Watermania Set To Reopen Just In Time For Spring Break

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The City of Richmond is reopening Watermania for the season, social distancing style—just in time for Spring Break.

Voted one of Richmond’s best family amusement centres, Watermania is located in the Riverport Sports and Entertainment Complex at 14300 Entertainment Boulevard, beside Lucky 9 Lanes bowling, Richmond Ice Centre, and SilverCity Riverport Cinemas (the last of which unfortunately remains closed at this time).

Watermania will reopen on March 15, 2021 as a part of the city’s carefully planned step-by-step approach to reopening public services.

RELATED: Burnaby Village Museum Is Reopening With FREE Admission This Spring Break

The Aquatic Centre will be open daily for fitness, public swim sessions and lessons seven days a week, although there will be a limited selection of recreation programs.

It’s important to note that if you are planning to visit, there will be mandatory pre-registration for all visitors to ensure safety measures and physical distancing are in place. You can register now on their website or by calling them directly.

Watermania Facility Information

Watermania offers a complete aquatic and fitness experience all in one place. It includes:

  • 57 metre competition pool with movable bulkhead
  • 1 and 3 metre spring boards, plus 5 metre tower
  • wave pool with interactive water play features – includes a large seahorse that pours water into a giant tipping bucket, a fun tot slide, and a variety of interactive sprayers and water wheels
  • two exciting waterslides
  • steam room and sauna
  • two large whirlpools
  • 3,000 square foot Fitness centre equipped with cardiovascular, strength and toning machines, as well as free weights
  • two air-conditioned multipurpose rooms, with a wood sprung floor, available for fitness classes, birthday parties, meetings and room rentals
  • The facility provides both universal and accessible change rooms and is fully wheelchair accessible.

 

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A Few Things To Note Before You Go

  • Visitor pre-registration is mandatory
  • Activities may be increased or decreased based on demand and public safety
  • Children must be 7 years of age or older and 1.2 metres tall to ride the waterslides
  • Masks must be worn in all indoor City-operated facilities.

 

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