WINNIPEG — The renovated Seven Oaks Pool reopened Thursday with the city’s first indoor splash pad.
The grand reopening comes after $9.7 million in upgrades to the facility at 444 Adsum Drive.
Aside from water slides and an interactive water feature, the building includes updated family change rooms, universally-accessible washrooms, an enhanced public lobby, a new meeting space, and a small accessible teach pool.
The federal government contributed $500,000 towards the cost, while the province invested just over $1 million. The remaining costs were funded by the city.
To celebrate the grand reopening, the city is offering free admission to Seven Oaks Pool from March 28-30 during regular operating hours.