Strathmore Aquatic Centre

Aquatic Centre Temporarily Closed due to Stage 4 Outdoor Water Restrictions
Address: 130 Brent Blvd, T1P 1E8
Phone: 403-934-3325
Enjoy your fitness or family fun time in our 6-lane, 25 metre Lap Pool, Hot Tub or Kiddy Pool! 

The Strathmore Aquatic Centre is a fully accessible facility with Male, Female and Universal changerooms. Other facility amenities include a climbing wall, diving board, steam room and waterslide.

The Aquatic Centre has been providing Strathmore and the surrounding area with water safety education, physical literacy and recreation opportunities for 20 years! Did you know that each year local schools from Strathmore and Wheatland County attend School Swimming Lessons at the Aquatic Centre? School Lessons are offered at a reduced rate, ensuring all children have access to swimming literacy and important water safety lessons.

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Check out the pool schedule and learn more about rates and memberships. 

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Learn more and register for swimming lessons, certification courses and fitness classes. 

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View available rental facilities and rates. Have your next birthday party or team building event at the Aquatic Centre! 

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Want to join the Aquatic Centre Team? Check out available career opportunities here! 

Don't see any openings? If you're responsible, motivated and a team player, we still want to hear from you! If you think you're the perfect fit for our fun, dynamic team, send a resume to


Animal Information:

Dogs trained to aid or to guide individuals with visual, hearing, or other disabilities are permitted in the facility. The owner must ensure that the service dog is under control at all times. Service dogs must be:          

  • Trained by an ADI (Assistance Dogs International) accredited organization, or
  • Trained by a school that meets the qualifications of the International Guide Dog Federation's standards, or successfully tested through an approved Alberta testing facility (as per the Alberta Service Dogs Act)
  • Have training identification, and
  • Must wear a service animal vest and appropriate harness.

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