Public outdoor pools and splash pads in Pierrefonds-Roxboro

Last updated June 8, 2023
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It’s sunny, it’s hot outside! The borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro offers you various options to cool off this summer.

The opening of the two municipal pools in Pierrefonds-Roxboro is scheduled for June 10, 2023!

New: library membership card required upon registration to public swim

* When you register at the pool in person, you must have your Pierrefonds-Roxboro library card on hand to obtain the sticker that authorizes you to public baths. Visit the Pierrefonds Library during opening hours to create your free card for each family member. Proof of identity and residence will be required. See the list of accepted documents

Versailles Pool

Come cool off in the brand new Versailles pool! Enjoy the pool, waddle pool and chalet all summer long, under the supervision of certified lifeguards. The pool is located at 13207, rue Desjardins.

To consult the open swim schedules, rates or activities offered, click here!

Valleycrest Pool

The wonderful Valleycrest outdoor pool is a prime location to enjoy the pleasures of summer! The pool is located at 4590, rue des Cageux.

To consult the open swim schedules, rates or activities offered, click here!

Opened water games

Pierrefonds-Roxboro’s play fountains are open to enable residents to cool off with the fun splash pads.

Open in Pierrefonds-Roxboro

Opening hours

  • Every day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. 

Only during heat wave periods :

Mobile cooling spots in public parks (watering nozzles)

Only during a heat wave period and if announced by the Borough, coolant nozzles will be installed by our public works crews in some parks to provide refreshing points for neighbourhood residents. These temporary installations can be identified by orange cones from outside of which hoses provide continuous watering. These nozzles are located at the following locations: 

  • Paquin Park 
  • Basswood Street
  • Cloverdale Park
  • Riverdale School Park
  • Rive-Boisée Park
  • St. Barnabas Park

Facilities are open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

How to protect yourself during a heat wave

  • Drink six to eight glasses of water a day. Don’t wait until you feel thirsty.
  • To help your body temperature get back to normal, rest in a cool place – with air conditioning, or in the shade – for two hours every day.
  • Wear loose, light-coloured clothing.
  • Limit physical effort, especially in the middle of the day when temperatures are highest.
  • Take a cool shower or bath, or cool down with a wet towel.
  • Call people you are close to, especially older or vulnerable people, to find out how they are doing.

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