Please find the links below for the 2022 fillable PDF swimming lesson and aquasize registration forms for the 2022 year:

Lesson Registration Form

Aquasize form

Milestone Pool

If you have any questions, concerns please contact the Milestone Community Swimming Pool by email to –


Public Swimming Policies

  • Any child under the age of 10 is to be in the company of a responsible adult or student over the age of 12.  The guardian must be able to swim.
  • 1 adult for every 2 children under the age of 10.
  • Both the child and the guardian are expected to have a season pass or pay the daily fee.
  • Lifeguards may request a guardian for any swimmers they feel are not able to safely swim on their own (regardless of age).
  • Proper swimming attire includes bathing suits, swim trunks, ‘board shorts’. rash guards/swim shirts.  Swimmers WILL NOT be permitted to wear underwear or street clothes in the pool.
  • Public swim times are subject to change due to weather events, lesson times or other unforeseen circumstances.


Public Swimming



Monday to Friday           4:30 – 7:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday         1:00 – 7:00 pm


Monday to Friday            2:00 – 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday          1:00 – 7:00 pm


Family Season Pass: $150.00/season
Single Season Pass: $75.00/season
Family Daily Swim: (2 adults & up to 4 kids) $25.00/day
Single Daily Swim: (all swimmers age 1 and over) $5.00/day

Aquasize Pass: $50.00/season

Lessons Preschool to Level 4: $50/session
Lessons Level 5 to Level 7: $55/session
Lessons Level 8 to Level 10: $60/session

Season passes and lesson fees can be paid via e-transfer to OR by mailing a cheque to the Milestone Town Office (Box 74, Milestone, SK S0G 3L0).  Daily swim fees can be paid at the pool.

Swimming Lessons

Session 1: July 11-16
Session 2: July 18-23
Session 3: August 8-13
Session 4: August 15-20


Registration is required for swimming lessons.  Swimmers are required to attend the full 6 days per set.

**This is the last season MCSP will offer Red Cross lessons.  Next season we will transition to Life Saving Society programming as Red Cross is withdrawing from all aquatic programming internationally.