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Ruth Inch Memorial Pool


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The Ruth Inch Memorial Pool is a bright, warm and welcoming place to exercise, learn (Red Cross and Lifesaving Society programs available), and play. The main pool beach access and hot tub lift allow accessibility for all abilities and ages. The steam room and whirlpool are the perfect place to relax after your workout or long day. The facility also has a large outdoor deck with a BBQ and picnic tables that overlooks Frame Lake, providing a premier rental opportunity for private functions!

We take great pride in our clean, safe building and our friendly and qualified staff. We want to ensure that you have the best possible experience while you visit. Help us keep a safe, fun and healthy environment for everyone by following the facility guidelines and respecting other visitors and our staff. Your courtesy and cooperation will encourage others to do the same.


6002 Franklin Avenue - the nearest intersection is Franklin Avenue and Forrest Drive. 

 RIMP Reception Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday            9 am to 8 pm

Saturday to Sunday         12 pm to 8 pm

Facility contact number: (867) 920-5683

Schedule hotline number: (867) 920-5682



Thanks to our Water Safety Week 2018 Sponsors Adam Dental Clinic, Avery Cooper and Co., DB Perks Commercial Aquatic Supplies, De Beers Canada, Northwest Territories Recreation and Parks Association Get Active Funding, Shoppers Drug Mart and the City of Yellowknife. Water Safety Week 2018 provided free swims, prizes and educational activities to 898 people!

Thanks to our National Drowning Prevention Week 2018 Sponsors Carl's Carpet Cleaning, DB Perks Commercial Aquatic Supplies, De Beers Canada, Diavik Diamond Mines, and the City of Yellowknife. National Drowning Prevention Week 2018 provided free swims, prizes and educational activities to 1066 people!