The City operates two outdoor pools: East End, opened in 2019, and Centennial Pool, opening for the first time in 2020!
Centennial Park Pool
Centennial Pool is a 1,300- square metre area that includes a zero-entry wading pool. The facility consists of the pool, seating and shaded areas, senior-friendly amenities, and accessible features. The Centennial Park Pool is open as of Saturday, July 11, 2020!
Location: 15 Rotary Park Lane
Public Swim Hours: 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Adult and Senior Swim Hours: Monday to Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Reservations required for adult/senior swim hours. Please call 506-853-3506 to reserve your place for Centennial Park Pool).
- 3 years old and under - Free
- 12 years old and under- $3
- Family (up to five members)- $13
- Adults- $5
- Seniors- $3
- Adult and Senior Swim Hours- $3
At Centennial Park Pool, cash and debit/credit is accepted.
East End Pool
The East End Pool offers family friendly, inclusive and accessible amenities and activities for all ages.
Location: 35 Fergus Street
Hours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Adult and Senior Swim Hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Reservations required for adult/senior swim hours. Please call 506-853-3508 to reserve your place for East End).
- $2/person (free for children 3 years-old and under)
- $1/person after 6 p.m.
Please note, children 11 years old and under must complete a swim test for deep end access. Unsuccessful candidates must stay in the shallow end with an adult parent/guardian 14 years of age or older. Approved lifejackets/personal floatation devices are permitted. There are a limited number available on-site on a first come, first serve basis.
At East End Pool, cash and debit/credit is accepted.
The City of Moncton has over 20 splash pads across the City that are available to use for free.
As of August 6, the following splash pad(s) are open:
- Fairview Knoll Park
- Sumner Park
- Hamilton Heights Park
- Roxborough Park
- Renton Park
- Prince Edward Park
- Pauline Frizzell Park
- Maplehurst Park
- Hamilton Heights Park
- Breamar Park
- Lewisville Park
- Lewis Park
- Reade Park
- Sunny Acres Park
- Centennial Park
- Canadian Heights Park
- Candlewood Park
- Knox Park
- Alexander Park
- Grove Hamlet Park
- Westbrook Circle Park
- Codiac Heights Park
- Gurney Drive Park
Modifications in light of COVID-19
The City of Moncton continues to follow the advice and requirements of public health officials related to the re-opening of municipal facilities, including pools.
- Capacity – In normal years, the capacity for East End Pool is 250 and at the new Centennial Pool, it is 600. This year, there will be reduced capacity and only 75 guests will be permitted at East End and 275 at Centennial Pool.
- Bookings – Advance bookings and payments will not be taking place. When capacity has been reached, guests can wait in line for others to leave.
- Signage – Signage has been installed throughout the facilities to remind guests of the requirements of public health.
- Washrooms –Washrooms are available at both East End and Centennial Pools. However, only half of the washrooms will be open at once.
- Life Jackets/ PFD – While life jackets are available at both locations on a first-come, first-serve basis, we encourage guests to bring their own if required. Life jackets will be sanitized after each use.
- First-Aid – In order to avoid having too many guests in small quarters, there will be a first-aid tent outside at Centennial Pool for routine first-aid procedures.
- Splash pads – Splash pads are to be used at residents own risk. Residents are urged to follow the requirements of public health (ie: against mass gatherings) and are encouraged to bring and use hand sanitizer.
In order to ensure that our outdoor pools can remain safe for everyone, visitors must follow the following rules:
- No running
- No diving
- No rough play
- No profanity
- No smoking
- No glass
- No photography
- No inflatables or swimming masks
- Beach toys are permitted at Centennial Park Pool to use in the sanded area on-site.
- No vaping
- No drugs/alcohol
- In the event of thunder or another situation that requires visitors to exit the pool and/or premises for any length of time, there will be no refunds issued.