Walter Baker Sports Centre (Barrhaven) Pool
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA

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The Basics
Facility Name
Walter Baker Sports Centre (Barrhaven) Pool
Web Address
Street Address
100 Malvern Drive , Nepean / West Area , Ottawa , ON , CANADA (Postal Code: K2J 2G5)
Telephone
(613) 580-2788

Admission
Visitors (adult)
CAD 4.85, SC(65) CAD 3.75. [January, 2013]
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Year-Round Pools and Boards at Facility
EquipmentDescription 
Pool 125m x 18m, 8 lanes, 0.81m - 1.73m depth, indoors, 84ºF (29ºC)
Pool 218m x 9.3m, 0.77m - 0.86m depth teaching pool, indoors, 88ºF (31ºC)
Pool 318m x 12m, 4.3m depth diving pool, indoors, 84ºF (29ºC)
Diving2m(?) and 3m boards.

Locator
County/Region
Ottawa - Carleton Reg. Munic
GPS
45.280845, -75.762175
Teams that Use Facility
TypeTeam NameContact 
Masters SwimThe Nepean Masters Swim ClubClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Youth SwimThe Nepean Kanata BarracudasClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Youth SwimThe Ottawa Special Olympics Swimming TeamsClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Water PoloOttawa Titans Water PoloClick on the Team Name to view its website.
DivingThe Nepean Ottawa Diving ClubClick on the Team Name to view its website.
DivingThe Ottawa National Diving ClubClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Synchro SwimNepean SynchroClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Notes
There is also a 92ºF kiddie pool, a 103ºF hot tub/whirlpool, and a 46m waterslide with a separate landing pool.

The facility also has a steam room, a weight room, a cardio room, and aerobic studios.


Facility Reviews
The water is comfortable. The staff is nice. There are always lanes available to do laps. On the other hand: The lockers and showers should be cleaned more often. The floor is always dirty, bring your flip flops.

The lanes are congested and the staffdo little to help manage the lanes. The slowest swimmer in the lane sets the pace. Swimmers attending weekend swims generally manage the lanes better than those who choose to swim lengths on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

Source of Data
The information for this listing was obtained from a website that no longer exists.