The Tecumseh Leisure Pool is a seasonal outdoor pool. Check out our Virtual Tour of the pool facility. The Tecumseh Leisure Pool provides a variety of recreational swim opportunities, private rentals and Learn to Swim lessons. The Tecumseh Leisure Pool includes a 25 m lap pool with a shallow end and deep end, a waterslide, wade pool and spray features.

Location and Contact Information

Location

Lacasse Park

590 Lacasse Blvd

Tecumseh, ON N8N 2C1

Hours of Operation

June:

Monday to Friday; Open for private rentals

Saturday and Sunday; 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

July and August:

Monday to Thursday; 8:00 am to 7:30 pm

Friday; 9:00 am to 3:30 PM

Saturday and Sunday; 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Contact Information

Phone: 519-735-4756 ext. 460

Email

Recreational swims

Tot Time

Designed specifically for children 5 years of age and younger with direct supervision of a responsible adult in the water and provides a fun and safe environment with a quiet atmosphere for our younger swimmers.

Adult Swim Lengths

A great way to exercise and get into shape. Swimmers must be at least 16 years of age and be able to swim 50 m (2 lengths) of the lap pool.

Aquafit

Instructed by certified lifeguards, this program allows adults to improve their flexibility, strength and cardiovascular fitness while enjoying the buoyancy of the water. It's aerobics without the stress on the joints. This is an effective workout for the legs, stomach, and upper body.

Open Recreational Swim

A great way to spend the afternoon lounging and playing in the sun. Swimmers may enjoy the use of the lap pool, tot pool, spray features and slide. All recreational swims are based upon pool capacity. All schedules are subject to change.

Recreational Swim Schedule

Sunday
June 2
to
Sept 1
Monday
July 1
to
Sept 2
Tuesday
July 2
to
August  27
Wednesday
July 3
to
August 28
Thursday
July 4
to
August 29
Friday
July 5
to
August 30
Saturday
June 1
to
August 31

Tot Time

12–1 PM

Tot Time

12–1 PM

Tot Time

12–1 PM

Tot Time

12–1 PM

Sponsored

Tot Time

12–1 PM

Tot Time

12–1 PM

Tot Time

12–1 PM

 

Aquafit

12–1 PM

Aquafit

12–1 PM

Aquafit

12–1 PM

Sponsored

Aquafit

12–1 PM

Aquafit

12–1 PM

Aquafit

12–1 PM

Adult Lengths

12–1 PM

Adult Lengths

12–1 PM

Adult Lengths

12–1 PM

Adult Lengths

12–1 PM

Sponsored

Adult Lengths

12–1 PM

Adult Lengths

12–1 PM

Adult Lengths

12–1 PM

Open Rec Swim

1-4 PM

Open Rec Swim

1-3:30 PM

 Deep Water Aquafit

1-2 PM

Open Rec Swim

1-3:30 PM

Sponsored

 Low Intensity Aquafit

1-2 PM

Open Rec Swim

1-3:30 PM

Open Rec Swim

1-4 PM

   

Open Rec Swim

6-7:30 PM

 

Open Rec Swim

6-7:30 PM

   
 

Aquafit

7:30–8:30 PM

till Aug 26

 

Aquafit

7:30–8:30 PM

till Aug 28

     
 

Adult Lengths

7:30–8:30 PM

till Aug 26

 

Adult Lengths

7:30–8:30 PM

till Aug 28

     

Admission Fees

ProgramFees

Tot Time

$4.50 / Adult and Children

$2.00 for each additional child

Aquafit

$4.50 / Person

Adult Length

$4.50 / Person

Open Rec

$3.50 / Person

$11.00 / Family (Max. 5 people – 1 adult + 4 children – immediate family)

$2.00 / Slide Band

Sponsored Swims

FREE Admission every Wednesday in July and August from 12 PM to 3:30 PM

Tot Time, Aquafit, Adult Lengths and Open Rec. Swim

Thanks to the support of the following sponsors:

Pathway to Potential

Optimist Club of St. Clair Beach

Essex Power Corporation

Tim Hortons

Swim Passes

Type of passFee

Individual Summer Swim Pass

Allows entry into all swims throughout the summer

$69

Family Swim Pass

Max. 5 people – 1 adult + 4 children – immediate family

$155

12 Swims Card Pass – Tot Time

$45

12 Swim Card Pass – Open Rec (Individual)

$35

12 Swim Card Pass – Open Rec (Family)

$110

12 Swim Card Pass – Adult Length / Aquafit

$45

12 Swim Card Pass – Waterslide

$20

All swimmers entering the Tecumseh Leisure Pool must adhere to the Admission Policy.

All swimmers are reminded “If you aren't within Arms Reach, You've gone too far”. Direct Supervision means “Within Arms Reach, In the Water and In Swim Attire”.

Admission policy

Swimming Attire and Equipment

  • Proper bathing suit attire must be worn at all times
  • T-shirts, pants or cut-off shorts are not permitted
  • Water-wings are not permitted. Personal Floatation Devices (PFDs) are available for use at no cost
  • Patrons are welcome to bring their own PFDs provided they are approved by the Ministry of Fisheries and Oceans or the Canadian Coastguard
  • Pre-school swimmers not toilet trained must wear plastic pants (snug at the leg) or disposable swim diapers while in the pool

Pool Closures and Inclement Weather Policy

The Tecumseh Leisure Pool may be required to close due to mechanical problems, inclement weather, fouling, or other incidents. Notification of pool closures will be posted Facebook and Twitter.

The Tecumseh Leisure Pool is an outdoor recreational facility and therefore is subject to weather conditions. For the safety of our facility users and staff, the Tecumseh Leisure Pool will monitor weather conditions daily and may be required to adjust the pool schedule accordingly. In the event of inclement weather:

  • Dry land lessons may be held for Preschool, Swimmer and Leadership classes.
  • Should lessons need to be cancelled, information will be posted on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Recreation swims may be postponed or cancelled. Postponed or cancelled recreation swims will be posted on the Town's website and social media accounts.

In the event of thunder and/or lightening, the facility will be closed for a minimum of 30 minutes from the last sighting/hearing. Refunds are not issued as a result of unscheduled pool closures due to weather.

Admission Standards and Age Requirements

AgeRequirement

Children age 6 & under

Must be accompanied by a guardian 16 years of age or older.

The guardian is responsible for their direct supervision and must be in the water and able to assist immediately.

1 adult for 2 children or 1 adult for 4 children wearing lifejackets.

Children ages 7 to 13, Non-Swimmers

Must be accompanied by a guardian 16 years of age or older.

The guardian is responsible for their direct supervision and must be in the water and able to assist immediately.

1 adult for 4 children or 1 adult for 8 children wearing lifejackets.

Children ages 7 to 13, Pass Swim Test

May enter the pool unsupervised.

Swimming with a buddy is strongly recommended.

Children under 10 must still be watched by an adult in the pool area, 1 adult for 15 children.

Swim Test

To successfully pass the swim test, individuals must demonstrate comfort in the water and be able to swim on their front for a minimum of two widths of the pool continuously in shallow water and tread water for 30 seconds.

Water Slide Admission

Riders must be a minimum height of 48” and able to pass the Facility Swim Test.

Medical Conditions

Individuals with serious medical conditions or developmental abilities should be accompanied at all times by another individual with knowledge of their condition and who can provide immediate assistance if needed.

All swimmers are reminded “If you aren't within Arms Reach, You've gone too far”. Direct Supervision means “Within Arms Reach, In the Water and In Swim Attire”.

Patrons of the Tecumseh Leisure Pool accept the legitimacy of the requirements outlines herein and agree to comply fully with these rules.

Lifeguards

The Tecumseh Leisure Pool is proud to be affiliated with the Lifesaving Society, Canada's lifeguarding experts. All of the lifeguards and instructors are trained and certified through the Lifesaving Society to teach and evaluate the swimming strokes and related skills found in the Lifesaving Society's Swim for Life program.