Riverside County Swimming Pool

Find Riverside County California swimming pools and public aquatic parks. Swimming pools provide information on the municipal, free, local, and public indoor and outdoor community pool facilities.


Banning City Municipal Pool 749 North San Gorgonio Avenue Banning CA 92220 951-922-3254


Beaumont Pool 979 Beaumont Avenue Beaumont CA 92223 951-845-2400

Bill Henry Gunite And Fiberglass Pool 443 Terry Lane Hemet CA 92544 951-929-4010

Carson California Pool 1338 Sandpiper Lane Corona CA 92881 951-768-6609

Corona Municipal Swimming Pool 930 East 6th Street Corona CA 92879 951-736-2361

Harveston Pool 29005 Lakehouse Road Temecula CA 92591

Hemet Unified School District - Swimming Pool 41701 Stetson Avenue Hemet CA 92544 951-765-5172

John Furbee Aquatic Center 11750 Cholla Drive Desert Hot Springs CA 92240 760-251-1600

North Jackson Swimming Pool 83997 Indio Boulevard Indio CA 92201 760-347-3481

Palm Desert Aquatic Center 73751 Magnesia Falls Drive Palm Desert CA 92260 760-565-7467

Paseo Del Sol Pool 32628 Leena Way Temecula CA 92592 951-302-3212

Pawley Pool 46350 Jackson Street Indio CA 92201 760-342-5665

Riverside Patio & Pool 3706 Sunnyside Drive Riverside CA 92506 951-686-4144

San Jacinto California Swimming Pool 180 Idyllwild Drive San Jacinto CA 92583 951-654-8282

Sonora Wells Community Pool Angels Camp Drive Indio CA 92203

Temecula CA Swimming Pool 41951 Moraga Road Temecula CA 92591 951-694-6492

Temecula California Swimming Pool 30875 Rancho Vista Road Temecula CA 92592 951-694-6410

Tiki Pool 31166 Orange Avenue Nuevo CA 92567 951-928-8454

About Swimming Pools

How much does it cost to use a Swimming Pool?

The cost to use a Swimming Pool can vary. Access to Swimming Pools at private facilities is usually based on a membership fee and related charges. Many Public Swimming Pools offer some open swim times at no cost to residents of the community, while they may charge fees for swim classes and other structured activities. Others may charge per-use fees or require a membership.

Are Public Swimming Pools regulated?

Yes. Each state regulates Public Swimming Pools through their Public Health Department. Regulations address the use of chemicals and the treatment of water, filtration and recirculation, and protocols for preventing recreational water illnesses.

What are the requirements for becoming a lifeguard?

The requirements vary by location, but typically a lifeguard must have a valid lifeguard certification. This includes required training and testing in water rescue techniques, CPR, and basic first aid. Most certification programs have a minimum age of 15 years and require approximately 35 hours of instruction.