12442 Swimming Pool

Find 12442 community swimming pools and public aquatic parks. Community swimming pools provide information on municipal, free, local, and public indoor and outdoor pools near you where you can go swimming.


Andretta Pool 76 North Front Street Kingston NY 12401 19.9 miles from 12442 845-338-2115


Town Of Rhinebeck Pool 80 East Market Street Rhinebeck NY 12572 23.9 miles from 12442 845-876-6161

Rosendale Pool 1055 New York 32 Rosendale NY 12472 24.7 miles from 12442 845-658-9347

Stamford Swimming Pool 5 South Street Stamford NY 12167 25.7 miles from 12442 607-652-9366

Neversink Swimming Pool State Route 55 Grahamsville NY 12740 27.8 miles from 12442 845-985-7490

Andes Town Swimming Pool 115 Delaware Avenue Andes NY 13731 28.9 miles from 12442 845-676-4703

Moriello Pool 40 Mulberry Street New Paltz NY 12561 30.4 miles from 12442 845-255-1700

County Pool 241 Libertyville Road New Paltz NY 12561 32.2 miles from 12442 845-255-7027

Ellenville Pool Maple Avenue Ellenville NY 12428 33.3 miles from 12442 845-647-5807

Cobleskill Pool 112 Pleasantview Drive Cobleskill NY 12043 36.9 miles from 12442 518-234-1247

Denny Swimming Pool 5989 North Elm Avenue Millerton NY 12546 39.3 miles from 12442 518-789-9380

Radiant Pool 440 North Pearl Street Menands NY 12204 41.3 miles from 12442 518-432-6554

Hudson Valley Kayak Pool 14 Barberry Lane Wappingers Falls NY 12590 46.7 miles from 12442 845-831-7576

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.