Pool – Open with Capacity Restrictions
In keeping with provincial guidelines and for the safety and well being of our guests, there are capacity limits, which will be posted, and hours of operation have changed (please see below). Social distancing needs to be adhered to. The Pool is strictly for registered guests only, and all people in the pool area need to have a wristband on.
Capacity for Pool - 37
Capacity for Kiddie Pool - 2
Capacity for Spa - 2
Indoor Pool and Waterslide Information
Pool and Waterslide Hours:
Masks are mandatory on the pool deck.
RESERVE A TIME SLOT AT THE FRONT DESK, EACH TIME SLOT IS 45 MINS
Monday - Sunday: 9am to 9pm
Waterslide Rules (now open):
Users of waterslide must obey instructions given by slide attendant.
Only one person allowed on the slide at a time.
No diving, running, standing, kneeling, or stopping in the channel permitted.
Hands must be kept inside at all times.
Bathers must leave the splashdown area promptly.
No glass, food, or drink allowed.
The Hotel is not responsible for damage to swimwear.
No going backwards or head first down the slide.
All riders must be a minimum of 36″ tall.
Wrist bands to be worn by all bathers. A limit of 5 wristbands are given out per room.
Proper swim attire to be worn by all bathers.
All bathers shall shower before entering the pool.
No bather shall enter the pool with open sores or communicable illness.
Caution this pool is unsupervised. Bathers under 10 years of age are not allowed within the pool enclosure unless accompanied by a parent or guardian who is not less than 16 years of age. Children under the age of 10 years who are non-swimmers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years of age and responsible for their direct supervision. Children under the age of 6 years may not be admitted to the swimming pool unless they are accompanied by a parent or guardian who is at least 16 years of age.
No pets allowed in the pool area.
No swimmers allowed in the splashdown area while the slide is operating.
No diving allowed.
No glass allowed in or around the pool area.
No polluting water by spitting, water-spouting, nose-blowing, etc.
No running or boisterous play in or around the pool.
Extended use of the pool may be hazardous to your health, may irritate eyes, or damage fabrics.
Emergency phone located beside men's washroom.