One of the most popular aquatic complexes in Quebec has announced when it will officially reopen its doors for the summer season. Jean-Drapeau Aquatic Complex is set to open this weekend just in time for the first heatwave of the season— but if you plan on going, you better act fast…
Due to public health measures, capacity will be reduced when the site opens on June 5.
Here’s the information via the press release:
The Société du parc Jean-Drapeau is ready to welcome visitors in a safe manner, in compliance with the current sanitary measures. The capacity of the Aquatic Complex has, in fact, been reduced to meet physical distancing guidelines.
Visitors must reserve a time slot in the morning or afternoon and will have to adhere to the assigned reservation time. There will be a 30-minute interval between the two time periods to properly disinfect the site. Many one-and-a-half-hour blocks of time are available for lap swimming, although the amount varies depending on the days of the week.
The reservation system is now online on the Parc Jean-Drapeau website.
Swimmers need to already have their swimsuit on when they arrive at the Aquatic Complex and must bring along their own safety vest, if needed because the changing rooms and equipment rental systems are not available on the site.
For any questions regarding ticket pricing or to find out the best ways to get to the Aquatic Complex, please go to the web page at parcjeandrapeau.com.
About Jean-Drapeau's Aquatic Complex Français
Parc Jean-Drapeau has one of the finest outdoor Aquatic Complexes in Canada! The Aquatic Complex has three pools: an international caliber competition pool, a diving pool and a gradual-slope recreational pool with a cushioned rubber mat designed for young children's comfort and safety. In addition, young and old will enjoy shady areas and water games accessible to all!