There are three indoor pools operated by the City of Regina and a public pool at the YMCA that are listed here.
City of Regina Indoor Pools
The City of Regina operates and maintains three indoor pools for its residents. They are the Sandra Schmirler Leisure Centre Pool, North West Leisure Centre Pool, and the Lawson Aquatic Centre Pool. Their information is outlined below. COVID-19 Update: Hot tubs and saunas at the City of Regina pools are temporarily closed. Registration is required to swim. Drop-in Entrance Fees: To see more information about bulk passes and admission view the City of Regina's brochure here. Single Admission: Adult (25-64) $7.00 Senior (65+) $5.25 Young Adult (19-24) $5.25 Youth (13-18) $4.50 Child (2-12) $3.00 Family $14.00 Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible. I recommend carrying bucket seats in over pushing whole strollers if possible. They can be tucked out of the way on the pool deck. Food: No food or drink on the pool deck. May bring your own food to eat in the viewing areas. Washrooms:All the City of Regina's indoor pools have a washroom and changepad for people of all genders to use. Schedule: The current drop-in schedule for all three pools can be accessed here.
5939 Rochdale Blvd *Pre-booking is required for access to the facility due to COVID-19 protocols
Entrance: $10 drop-in for each child. $25.00 for families. More pricing available including membership pricing. For more information on membership rates please visit: http://regina.ymca.ca/membership/ Accessibility: Wheelchair and stroller accessible. Strollers must be parked in front entrance. Food: Feel free to bring your own food and snacks (no nuts). Washrooms: Washrooms and change tables are available. * Socks required to go on play structure. Shoes must be removed.
Four-lane, 20-meter pool with adjustable buoyancy, moving floor
16' high, 360-degree waterslide
On-deck hot tub
Regina and these playspaces are situated on Treaty 4 territory, the original lands of the Cree, Ojibwe, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakota, Lakota, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. Provided by the Government of Saskatchewan and offered by the University of Regina, there is a Cree language learning resource available under "Schools and play."