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! Click the titles below to learn more.   

× Facility Status: Pool & Splash Pad currently closed for the Winter Season.

Registration for swimming lessons opens on April 12, 2022 at 10:00 am. 

Click HERE to view our swimming lesson details and to register. 

Important 2022 Dates:

  • Swimming lesson registration: Opens at 10:00 am on April 12, 2022
  • Pool open for the season June 25, 2022 (weather and facility dependent)
  • Last day to swim: Sunday, August 28, 2022
  • K-9 Swim & Splash: August 29, 2022

The pool is open daily from 12:00 – 8:00 pm (weather permitting) from June 25-August 28, 2022

All dates and times are weather dependent. We do NOT provide refunds due to poor weather/cancelled swim times. 

Payment Methods: Debit, Credit & Cash accepted

Residents: Public swim admission is  Free for residents of Selkirk! Residents must show proof of residency in order to receive free entry (Manitoba Health Card, Driver’s License, etc.)

 

Non-Resident Daily Admission Rates 

Children (3 and under)                        Free

Youth or Senior (65+)                          $4.25

Adult                                                      $6.75

Family (2 adults, 3 kids)                       $21.00

*Taxes included in rates above

 

 

Non-Resident Season Passes

Season Passes valid during regular public swim times only. Special events not included.

Family Season Pass (2 adults, 3 children)   $255.00

Youth or Senior (65+) Season Pass             $42.00

Adult Season Pass                                         $67.50

  • 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 12 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.

Details coming soon…

Q1: Are there lockers, changerooms and showers at the pool?

At this time we have bathrooms, changerooms and showers. However, we do not have any public lockers. We encourage you to leave items you do not need at home or in your vehicle.

Q2: Am I allowed to take videos, picture, post to social media, etc while at the pool? 

You may take photos and/or videos while at our facility. However, we ask that you ensure no other swimmers/persons are in the photo or video. This is to ensure the privacy of others that may be at the pool. In some circumstances, staff may ask you not to take photos/video All pool staff have the right ask you to stop or delete any photos/videos.

If you do post a photo to social media of you enjoying your time at the pool, be sure to the City of Selkirk!

Q3: Do we have to pay to use the Splash Pad?

Our Splash Pad is located inside our fenced area. If you are not a resident of the City of Selkirk, you will need to pay to enter. This grants you access to both the pool and splash pad areas. All residents of the City of Selkirk have free entry to the facility. 

Located inside Selkirk Park

486 Eveline Street, Selkirk, MB R1A 1E6

Email: CitizenSupport

Phone:

204-785-4900 (September – June)

204-785-4961 (July and August)