Mineral water pool at Temple Gardens Moose Jaw Outdoor pool at Temple Gardens Mineral Spa, Moose Jaw Taking the waters before a treatment at Sun Tree Spa Mineral water pool at Temple Gardens Moose Jaw

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Named one of the world’s ‘Top 10 Spas for Mineral Springs’

Visitors from around the world come to take the waters in Temple Gardens’ one-of-a-kind indoor/outdoor rooftop mineral pool. Come in any season. These geothermal pools, drawn from an ancient seabed more than 1,350 meters (4,500 ft.) below the earth’s surface, are warm year-round.

Soak in the mineral water benefits

Repeat guests eagerly attest to the health benefits of the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa pools. Taking the waters multiple times over several days is believed to bring the best therapeutic results … what better excuse to spend a week!

The mineral waters are said to:

  • Relax muscles
  • Ease joint pain
  • Hydrate skin
  • Detoxify the lymphatic system
  • Guests whom are pregnant, have high blood pressure, or have a heart condition should consult a physician before entering the mineral pool.
  • Not recommended for children under the age of 3.

Mineral pool yoga

Improve flexibility, balance, and strength in body and mind at the resort’s Sun Tree Spa yoga classes in the geothermal mineral waters.
Check the yoga class schedule.

Arthritis aquatic program

Designed by the Canadian Arthritis Society, these aquatic classes help relieve pain and stiffness, improve flexibility, and aid in relaxation.
Check the aquatic class schedule.

Free mineral pool access

Overnight resort guests receive complimentary access to the mineral pools and all aquatic classes during their stay and on the day of arrival and departure.

Glowing reviews

“When it’s 40 below zero you don’t feel like you’re in the middle of a Saskatchewan winter. The warm waters transport you to another place, and you leave feeling more relaxed and rejuvenated.”
-- Hotel guest

What’s in the water

The chemistry of Temple Gardens’ spa pools is similar to that of the famous mineral pools in Bath, England, with high concentrations of Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) and Glauber’s salts (sodium sulfate). Read more about the waters.