|Address:||520 Marion Street|
|Original Use:||Civic swimming pool|
|Tours:||Part of the QR Code Tour|
Designed by Nikola Zunic, Happyland Park Swimming Pool is a public pool surrounded by a concrete suntan area and serviced by a simple masonry structure. This small building is constructed of painted concrete block, laid in a textured pattern reminiscent of stylized waves, and has a flat, eave-less roof. Entry into the change rooms and pool is through a single door off Marion Street. Mechanical services are accessed at the opposite end of the complex, in a partially recessed concrete block structure. A children's wading pool is in a separate enclosure just east of the site.
The pool is sited within the larger Happyland park, originally designed as a transitional space that transported industrial runoff from the Canada Packer's Plant (demolished in 2001) into the Seine River. A former brownfield site, Happyland has developed into an urban park, and functions as a physical divide between a high traffic commercial and industrial development area and the residential neighborhoods of St. Boniface and Norwood Grove.