Open from June to September, the outdoor municipal pool, which also has a wading pool, is located behind the Recreation Centre at 1000 Dunkirk Road.
To use the wading pools and take advantage of the daily access fees for residents at the municipal pool, you must have a valid Town of Mount-Royal recreation card. Cards can be purchased at the Recreation Centre, 60 Roosevelt Avenue, on weekdays between 8:30 and 16:15.
Without a card, membership fees can be paid directly at the pool on evenings and weekends to get immediate access; however, the recreation card itself will have to be picked up subsequently at the Recreation Centre.
The 2019 pool and wading pool schedule spans from June 3 to September 8. A detailed schedule will be available as of May 21, 2019.
Improve your swimming ability with private lessons
Offered only to Mount Royal residents (children as well as adults), private lessons are given every morning between 9:00 and 10:00, during the regular season. The PL Serie will be held on Monday and Thursday, from 17:00 to 17:30. Registrations take place online only, on March 12, 2019, from 18:00 to midnight.
For more information, please contact Andréane Bastien, Aquatic Supervisor, by phone at 514 734-2932 or email at email@example.com.
Programs for every taste
From learn-to-swim courses for small children to aquafitness to a lifeguard course, you are sure to find an activity that will please each member of the family. Learn about the aquatic programs offered.
Red Cross swim program
The Town reserves the right to refuse a registration if it is felt that the basic requirements are not met or that the child is not in a level corresponding to his or her abilities and there is no room in the appropriate level.
- Preschool Swim: age 4 months to 6 years
- Junior Swim: age 5 to 12
- Teen Swim: age 10 to 17
You may register for only one Red Cross Swim lesson at a time. The Town reserves the right to cancel a second registration for the same session, without warning.
A child may register for a second lesson and level in the same year under the following conditions:
- If space permits
- The child has completed and passed the preceding level.
- The Town reserves the right to combine or cancel classes if registration is too low.
During lessons, parents are asked to remain in the mezzanine of the Pierre Laporte Pool or in the wading pool enclosure at the municipal pool.
Not sure what level your child should be in?
Contact Andréane Bastien, Aquatic Coordinator, by phone at 514-734-2932 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Swimming, diving and aquafitness are all possible during the summer!
Other facilities for younger children
Besides the wading pool next to the municipal outdoor pool, water games will be found in Mohawk Park, at 1050 Dumfries Road. Note that a Recreation card is necessary to use the wading pools.
List of employees
You can refer to the list of Recreation, Culture and Community Activities Department employees.
- Child (age 5 to 15): $3
- Adult (age 16 and over): $4
- Senior: $2
- Family: $8
- Child (age 5 to 15): $6
- Adult (age 16 and over): $8
- Senior: $4
- Family: $16
Want to use the pool all summer long? Think about a season pass!
A season pass to the pool (residents and non-residents) can be purchased online or at the Recreation Centre at any time.
- Child: $60
- Adult: $105
- Family: $165
- Child: $120
- Adult: $210
- Family: $330
Municipal Outdoor Pool
1000 Dunkirk Road
Mount Royal, H3R 2B7
- 514 734-2948