Pool Opening

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for! The Peaks pool will reopen on July 13 with some restrictions to accommodate Interior Health requirements. 


The full list of rules will be posted at the pool as well as our website (click here). New rules include a maximum of 16 people at the pool, wash your hands before entering the pool area, be sure to use the sign in/out sheet at the front table, do not move pool furniture and bring your own wipes to wipe down furniture before and after use (wipes will not be supplied).  Please respect those waiting by limiting your time at the pool to an hour. Please limit your time in the hot tub to 15 minutes if others are waiting.


We are relying on the ownership to be respectful and responsible for maintaining these new pool protocols. Disregard for pool rules will result in closure of the pool for the rest of the summer. 
Please enjoy responsibly!

Pool Update

We have had some inquiries regarding the pool status and so thought we would send out one message to all. Although Interior Health is allowing pools to open, the protocols required to open are extensive and require staffing that we are unable to accommodate. In addition to heightened cleaning, social distancing protocols need to also be monitored and enforced, which would mean full-time staff at the Amenities Building.

We are hopeful that with the next phase of opening, the province will relax these restrictions and we will be able to open. The pool and hot tubs have been maintained, and will be ready to go as soon as we are given the go-ahead.

Thank you for your ongoing patience in this matter.

Hot water will be turn off in Birch building starting 10:30am to 12:00 noon today Friday May 15, due to a leak from the recirc line at mechanical room.

Please be advised that hot water will temporarily be turn off in the Birch building by 10:30am til 12:00 noon today friday May 15, due to a leak from a recirc line at the main mechanical room. The leak is been temporarily fix and were just waiting for the plumber to come over to fix the issue. we apologized for the inconvenience.