The Wave Pool

Winters are rough in Toronto, but indoor aquatic centres let families swim, splash, and surf all year long regardless of the weather outdoors. You'll find all of this and more at the only indoor wave pool within the Greater Toronto Area - a year round sun and surf destination.

At the Wave Pool located just north of the city, swimmers can play in the waves, lounge on water mats, soak in the warm water of the swirl pool, ride the thrilling 160-foot twisting water slide, or simply relax in the on-deck sauna! Richmond Hill’s Wave Pool provides fun for your whole family!

The Swirlpool!
It's huge! Situated right next to the Wave Pool, the Swirlpool has lots of room to sit back and relax. You can also get warm and comfortable in the large on-deck sauna.

You can even host birthday parties at the Wave Pool! The pool is available for group rentals to schools, community groups, and businesses. There is no better way to celebrate a birthday than with your friends at the Wave Pool.

From the building entrance to the entry ramp into the Wave Pool, you'll find the centre has been built with ease of access as a priority. The Swirlpool has a specially designed section for therapeutic use, complete with wheelchair lift right into the water. The facility also includes an elevator.

The Wave Pool also features Aquafitness, lane swims, leisure swims, and swimming lessons for all ages and levels. You can check the Community Recreation Guide for details or call 905-508-WAVE (9283) and listen to the automated information system available 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

Whether you splash in the shallows with the little ones, or race down the twisting water slide, nothing brings families closer together than a day at the Wave Pool. Plan a visit while you're in the area. It's an attraction not to be missed!

The Wave Pool
Lois Hancey Aquatic Centre
5 Hopkins Street
Richmond Hill, ON L4C 0C1

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