Inside beautiful Selkirk Park surrounded by mature trees, manicured grass, and a sandy beach is a one-of-a-kind 110 by 95 metre pool that holds about 5 million litres of water!  With a paved bottom and a measure, gradual dept. increase of 1.5 metres, Selkirk Park Pool offers swimmers a unique experience.  In 2012, the City of Selkirk  added an 18-feature, Splash Pad, located adjacent to the swimming pool!

Hours of Operation

The pool is open from 12:00 – 8:00 pm (weather permitting)

Mid-day closure 3:30 – 4:30 pm

All patrons must clear the pool and leave the facility during the mid-day closure. Any non-resident patrons will be required to pay upon re-entry.

Season Closing: Last Sunday in August – weather permitting


Debit and credit now accepted


Free! Residents must show proof of residency in order to receive free entry (Manitoba Health Card, Driver’s License, etc.)


Daily Entrance Rates

Children (3 and under)






Senior (65+)


Family (two adults, three children)



Seasonal Passes

Family Seasonal Pass (two adults, three children)


Youth Seasonal Pass


Adult Seasonal Pass


Senior Seasonal Pass (65+)


Pool Rules

  • Children 7 and under must be “Within Arm’s Reach” of parent/guardian at all times.
  • Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult in fenced area.
  • Youth 13 and up are allowed in the facility without an adult.
  • For your safety, pool staff shall be obeyed at all times.
  • No person with a communicable disease or having open sores on their body shall enter the water.
  • No glass containers and food are permitted in the fenced area.
  • Pool toys are permitted in the water at the discretion of pool staff.
  • No person shall engage in hazardous play.
  • City of Selkirk programs shall be given entry priority.
  • Pool activities will remain suspended until thirty minutes after the last spotting of lightening/and or thunder.
  • No pets permitted in pool area.
  • No smoking, vaping or alcohol is permitted inside fenced area.

COVID-19 regulations in affect this year

Guests will be screened at the entrance and MUST meet the follow criteria to be permitted entry into the pool:

  • All patrons will be asked to present ID (Driver’s License or MB Health card) and will be asked screening questions before being permitted to enter the pool. Youth age of 13+, permitted to attend without a guardian, may present a copy of the family MB Health card (on phone or paper copy) as identification.  
  • Patrons experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted entrance into the pool. Symptoms include cough, headache, fever/chills, sore throat, shortness of breath/breathing difficulties, loss of taste or smell.
  • Patrons will not be permitted entry if they have knowingly been exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
  • Patrons will not be permitted entry if they have travelled outside of Manitoba in the last 14 days.
  • Children (ages 12 and under) must be accompanied by their legal guardian(s) from the same household or primary childcare provider (licensed or unlicensed day care, day camp, family member, etc.).

We anticipate that the screening process will be slow and that lines may form. Please understand that these steps are required to operate the pool during a pandemic and your patience is required.  Staff will do their best to collect the information required as efficiently as possible however if lines form because of the process staff should be treated in a respectful manner or guests maybe denied entry. To reduce wait time, please have identification ready at entrance.

Pool attendants (staff in green shirts) will be present to monitor and enforce the Province of Manitoba physical distancing requirements.  All patrons must maintain a physical distance of 2 meters from other patrons while in the facility, except for members of the same household.

All patrons will be assigned a section on the beach and asked to remain in those areas to ensure that they are appropriately distanced from their neighbors on the beach.  Patrons can swim in all parts of the pool unless otherwise noted. Those in your assigned area should be members of the same household only. Exception to this would be patrons who arrive as individuals may be assigned to an area with someone else with the expectation that you would remain at opposite ends of the assigned area and practice physical distancing.

A mid-day closure will take places between 3:30-4:30 for facility sanitization.  All patrons must leave the facility during the closure. All patrons will need to be screened and pay (if non-resident) upon re-entry.

As the provincial re-opening plan moves forward there is a possibility that regulations may change to adapt to new COVID-19 pandemic events. We will do our best to keep patrons informed about changes that would affect the pool. The most up-to-date information will be shared on the Selkirk Park Pool page at and on the City of Selkirk social media feeds

Showers in the change rooms will be closed.

Due to COVID-19 2021 swimming lessons at the Pool + Splashpad are cancelled this year.

Contact Information

Email: CitizenSupport


  • 204-785-4900 (September – June)
  • 204-785-4961 (July and August)