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A Perfect Time for a Summer Splash – Outdoor Swimming Pools are Open

bigstock-Happy-Child-In-A-Swimming-Pool-4868383The City of Toronto operates 57 outdoor pools for residents and visitors to have fun in the sun and make a splash while enjoying the warm summer weather.

Local Outdoor Leisure Pools Open daily to September 4th or 5th.

D.D. Summerville Outdoor Pool
1867 Lake Shore Blvd. E, 416-392-7688
Leisure Swim, 10 am-4 pm/5-7 pm

Blantyre Park Outdoor Pool
180 Fallingbrook Rd, 416-396-4126
Leisure Swim, 12:30-8 pm

Greenwood Park Outdoor Pool
150 Greenwood Ave, 416-392-7804
Leisure Swim, 12-7 pm

Kiwanis Outdoor Pool
375 Cedarvale Ave, 416-396-2847
Leisure Swim, 12-8 pm

Monarch Park Outdoor Pool
115 Felstead Ave, 416-392-7831
Leisure Swim, 12-7 pm

For a full listing of leisure swim and swim lessons, visit toronto.ca/swim.

Blue Flag Beaches – Blue Flag is an internationally recognized eco-label awarded to beaches that achieve high standards in 33 criteria including water quality, environmental education, environmental management, safety and services.

blue_flag_DSC_0053Toronto Blue Flag Designated Swimming Beaches:

  • Woodbine Beach
  • Kew-Balmy Beach
  • Cherry/Clarke Beach
  • Bluffer’s Park Beach
  • Centre Island Beach
  • Ward’s Island
  • Hanlan’s Point Beach
  • Gibraltar Point Beach