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.
Opening Day coming soon!
2019 Swimming Lessons
Prior to registering your child for swimming lessons, it is important that you know what level your child is in. Not sure? Visit eston.ca/swimlevel or contact the office at 306-962-4444.
After School Lessons: June 10-21 (Deadline: June 6)
These lessons will occur after school (on weekdays) from 3:45-5:30pm, upon registration the Interim Recreation Director will contact you with your lesson times.
Twice-a-day Lessons: July 8-12 (Deadline: July 4) & August 12-16 (Deadline: August 8)
These lessons will occur once in the morning (between 9am and 11am) and again in the early afternoon (between 12pm and 2pm). The exact times will depend on the number of registrations. Having two lesson times allows for instructors to have enough time to properly evaluate swimmers without spending too long in the pool at one time. This option also allows swimmers to have completed lessons within a week’s times as opposed to two weeks.
Morning Lessons: July 15-26 (Deadline: July 11)
These lessons will take place in mornings (on weekdays) from 9am until 12:30pm. The exact times will depend on the number of registrations.
Private Lessons (registration ongoing)
Once registration opens private lessons will be available for booking with Nicole at the Town office. Availability will depend on demand and booking is a on a ‘first come first serve’ basis.
Register Now for 2019 swimming lessons.
2019 Pool Passes
Check back soon for more details.
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.