San Antonio’s Parks & Recreation Department is making a big splash this summer by extending the pool season for nine of its captivating outdoor swimming destinations. With excitement in the air, the community is invited to relish the water-based fun for an extended period, now available through September 24, 2023.
Residents and visitors alike can celebrate the joys of an elongated pool season, with the weekends transforming into aquatic playgrounds. The inviting waters of these nine outdoor pools are ready to welcome swimmers, families, and friends for memorable weekends filled with laughter and relaxation.
On Saturdays and Sundays, San Antonio’s pool enthusiasts will find their ultimate destination for weekend enjoyment. Moreover, select pools offer a chance to start the day right with invigorating morning lap swims and aquatic fitness sessions. For those seeking to unwind after a busy weekday, the extended pool hours during the evenings offer the perfect setting for a refreshing dip.
One of the most enticing aspects of this extended pool season is that all the outdoor pools involved are free and open to the public. This inclusive approach allows the entire community to access a cooling oasis during the sweltering summer days, fostering a sense of unity and shared enjoyment.
As San Antonio’s residents bask in this exceptional opportunity, they can look forward to creating lasting memories by the poolside, experiencing the sheer joy of splashing around, honing their swimming skills, or simply soaking up the sun’s rays.
The Parks & Recreation Department encourages everyone to take full advantage of this extended pool season and to invite friends and family to join in on the aquatic adventures. From children taking their first strokes to seasoned swimmers looking to stay in shape, there’s something for everyone within the crystal-clear waters of San Antonio’s outdoor pools.
So, dive into the fun and make a splash at one of the city’s nine extended season outdoor pools. From weekends filled with laughter to weekday evening retreats, the extended pool season promises to be a fantastic opportunity to beat the heat, enjoy quality time with loved ones, and create cherished memories that will last a lifetime.
– Cuellar – 502 S.W. 36th St. 1p-8p
– Heritage – 1423 S. Ellison Dr. 1p-8p
– Lady Bird Johnson – 10700 Nacogdoches Rd. 1p-8p
– Lincoln – 2803 E. Commerce 1p-8p
– Normoyle – 700 Culberson 1p-8p
– Roosevelt – 330 Roosevelt 5p-8p Tues-Thurs; 1p-8p Sat & Sun
– San Pedro – 2200 N. Flores 1p-8p
– Southside Lions – 3100 Hiawatha 1p-8p
– Woodlawn – 221 Alexander Ave. 5p-8p Tues-Thurs; 1p-8p Sat & Sun
Reminder: Appropriate swimwear is required and all children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
Here’s other ways to cool down in San Antonio.
The San Antonio Natatorium (1430 Cesar E. Chavez), a public indoor facility, continues to welcome swimmers for open swim, lap swim, and fitness classes. For hours, fees, and for Natatorium swim times, please visit the Natatorium webpage.
Parks & Recreation also offers 7 splash pads in parks across the city, open from 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. through October. For a complete list of locations please visit the Splash Pad webpage.