Take swimming lessons or an advanced aquatics leadership program with the Town of Orangeville. We offer Lifesaving Society Swim for Life programs that focus on skills development and safety in the water.

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Drop-in swimming and aquatics

Check out our drop-in swimming and aquatics programs. Whether you are looking to swim laps, try aquafit or aqua Zumba®, or just want a leisure swim with the family, we've got a drop-in program for you.

Drop-in aquatics schedule

Swimming pool facilities

The Town of Orangeville has two pools open to the public:


The Alder Recreation Centre has the following pool amenities:

  • 25 m, six-lane pool
  • accessible pool entry
  • leisure pool with ramp access entry, wide gradual stems, two water spray features and jet area
  • water slide (riders must be 122 cm tall to use the slide)
  • family change room

The Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre has the following pool amenities:

  • 25 m, six-lane pool
  • lap pool

Rules and guidelines

Make sure to follow our pool rules and guidelines while swimming at one of our facilities:

  • no person having a communicable disease or open sores on his or her body shall enter the pool
  • no person shall bring a glass container onto the deck or into the pool and change rooms
  • no person shall pollute the water in the pool in any manner, and spitting, spouting of water and blowing the nose in the pool or on the deck are prohibited
  • no person shall engage in boisterous play in or about the pool
  • always lock and protect your personal belongings (the Town assumes no responsibility for lost or stolen items)
  • strollers aren't allowed on the pool deck or in the showers
  • all devices that can take pictures or videos are prohibited in the showers, change rooms, washrooms and pool area
  • please shower with soap and warm water before entering or re-entering the pool deck
  • profanity and verbal abuse to other customers or staff will not be tolerated (See Town of Orangeville R-Zone policy)
  • breath holding games are discouraged

If you are swimming laps, you need to follow these rules:

  • equipment such as paddles, fins, pull buoys, and flutter boards are to be used at the discretion of the lifeguard(s) on duty