2020 Pool Season


The Eston Lions Pool is located on the fairgrounds in the Town of Eston. The pool season is June to September each year. It is a 30 metre by 15 metre pool with a wall partially enclosing the shallow end.  The deep end has a 3 metre and a 1 metre diving board. There is also a paddling pool.

2020 Pool Guidelines

We are excited that our pool season is beginning. However, it will look a little different this year – please make note of the changes. 

  1. Please do not enter the pool area if you are experiencing flu like symptoms.
  2. Pool hours are Monday – Friday 1 – 5 and 6 – 8. Saturday & Sunday 1 – 8.
  3. We will only be offering lane swim starting July 6th every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for the month of July from 6 am – 10 am as well as Monday – Friday from 5 pm – 6 pm.
  4. Please take all your belongings from the change room when you enter the pool area. Please exit the pool area through the gate and not back through the change rooms.
  5. We will not be offering swimming lessons at this time.
  6. There will no toys allowed in the pool at this time, if possible, please bring your own PFDs and only share them with your household members.
  7. A maximum of one person in each shower stall at a time.
  8. Please maintain social distancing on the grass area as well as in the water.
  9. Please read all posted signage and follow the rules as indicated.
  10. Please do not leave your shoes in the main entrance.

**subject to change as regulations change


2020 Swimming Lessons 

Due to COVID-19, there will not be any swimming lessons available this year.

2020 Pool Passes

Pool passes may be purchased at the Eston Lions Pool (cash or cheque only) or the Town Office (all payment types).


Daily Admission

10 Bulk Passes

One Month Pass

Season Pass

Adult (18+)





Senior (60+)





Youth (6-17)





Child (5 & under)





Family (2 adults, 2 kids)





Family (2 adults, 3+ kids)











Eston Riverside Regional Park

The Eston Riverside Regional Park also offers a seasonal outdoor pool.

Drowning Prevention Week

Worldwide it is estimated that 360,000 drownings are the cause of death; a number the World Health Organization believes is underestimated. Did you know that drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional death worldwide? This risk increases for children, men, and people with increased access to water. The Lifesaving Society acknowledges the third week of July (15-19) as National Drowning Prevention Week, keep an eye out for exciting activities this summer in line with this movement! Learn more about drowning reports and prevention here.