Agincourt Recreation Centre

Toronto - Scarborough, ON, CANADA

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Agincourt Recreation Centre
31 Glen Watford Drive, Scarborough
Toronto - Scarborough, ON M1S 2B7
(416) 396-4037

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Leisure swimming sessions: Free. Lane swimming sessions: CAD 4.00; Senior Citizens (60) CAD 2.00. [August, 2021]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25m, 6 lanes, indoors, 82º - 85ºF (28º - 29ºC)


Toronto Municipality
43.788240, -79.276301

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

The facility has a 15m, 85-88ºF toddler pool and an 88-95ºF bubble jet hot tub. There is also an 8m waterslide, a 6-foot mini-waterslide, and a sauna for adults on the pool deck.There's a zero-depth entry toddler bay with a 4m floating snake toy and water play attractions. Changing facilities include a family changeroom, in addition to the standard men and women.
On January 31 - February 1, 2019, the facility had a four-alarm fire that took 25 hours to extinguish. As a result, the centre was shut-down and all programs relocated to other facilities. While the facility was under reconstruction, the Covid-19 pandemic hit and reopening was delayed for that. The centre reopened on July 11, 2021, and the pool is again available to the public.

Facility Reviews

During the 7:30 to 9 AM lane swim, it's generally very crowded. There are many rather slow people in the fast lane. And many people just rest/chat while standing inside the pool on the side and ends of the pool, even the fast lane, worsening the congestion.
During the 7:30 to 9:30 PM leisure swim, the sauna is too noisy. There's lots of hair in the shower area. You can't buy tickets until the opening time, so valuable swimming time is lost changing and then, to boot, last night (09-Jan-2014) the life guards started closing pool at 9:22 PM (normally they whistle at 9:25), so another five swimming minutes are lost. I know they would like to go home sooner, but clients should be allowed to use the swimming pool and sauna until 9:30.
[January, 2014]