King County Swimming Pool

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

2900 On First Outdoor Pool 2900 1st Avenue Seattle WA 98121 866-585-4461

Ballard Pool 1471 Northwest 67th Street Seattle WA 98117 206-684-4094

Bellevue Aquatic Center 601 143rd Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98007 425-452-4444

Carol Ann Wald Pool 14445 Juanita Drive Northeast Kenmore WA 98028 425-823-6983

Colman Pool 8603 Fauntleroy Way Southwest Seattle WA 98136 206-684-7494

Covington Aquatic Center 18230 Southeast 240th Street Covington WA 98042 425-413-7665

Evans Washington Pool 7201 East Green Lake Drive North Seattle WA 98115 206-684-4961

Evergreen Community Aquatic Center 606 Southwest 116th Street Seattle WA 98146 206-588-2297

Hazen Pool 1101 Hoquiam Avenue Northeast Renton WA 98059 425-204-4230

Henry Moses Aquatic Center 1719 Maple Valley Highway Renton WA 98057 425-430-6780

Issaquah Pool 50 Southeast Clark Street Issaquah WA 98027 425-837-3350

Kent Meridian Pool 25316 101st Avenue Southeast Kent WA 98030 253-854-9287

Killarney Circle Pool 10226 Southeast 23rd Street Bellevue WA 98004 425-709-2631

King County - Parks & Recreation Division Swimming Pool 30421 16th Avenue South Federal Way WA 98003 253-839-1000

Kingsgate 3 & 4 Pool 11913 Northeast 142nd Place Kirkland WA 98034 425-821-3300

Klahanie Lakeside Pool 4210 244th Place Southeast Issaquah WA 98029 425-557-4744

Klahanie South Pool 4280 Klahanie Drive Southeast Issaquah WA 98029 425-557-7856

Lindbergh Pool 16740 128th Avenue Southeast Renton WA 98058 425-204-4440

Mary Wayte Pool 8815 Southeast 40th Street Mercer Island WA 98040 206-588-1117

Meadowbrook Pool 700 5th Avenue Seattle WA 98104 206-684-4989

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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.