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Long Meadow Pool

Features

  1. Outdoor Pool

Fees

Daily Admission Type
City Resident - Daily Admission Fee
Non-City Resident - Daily Admission Fee
Youth & Teen (ages 0-18)*
No Cost
$5
Adult (19+)
$3 $8
Senior (55+)
$2 $7
FREE admission on Mondays.

*All youth and teens under 18 years of age must be registered by a parent/guardian in the Active NET system prior to utilizing the pool alone for open rec swim. Children who are at least 10 years old can visit the pool without an adult, but must have accurate information in the registration system to be checked in.


Everyone who enters the pool must pay the admission fee including persons who are observing and not swimming.

Daily admissions can be paid by credit card or cash (bills larger than $10 are not accepted).

Admission fee covers the entire day. A re-entry stamp is required if leaving and coming back to the pool. Refunds are not issued for daily admissions.

In order to maintain a safe swimming environment, facility management may have to periodically limit pool admission until those patrons already admitted have exited.

Pool hours subject to change.

Water Safety

Make water safety a priority. Visit the American Red Cross Water Safety page to learn how you can take steps to stay safe around water.

DPR follows the guidance of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the American Red Cross. DPR aquatic facilities will close all indoor and outdoor aquatic facilities for 30 minutes after thunder is heard and/or lightning is seen at the aquatic facility. Outdoor facilities will also be closed when there is heavy rain and the bottom of the pool is not visible. Patrons may not remain on the pool deck or use the facility showers during this time. All participants in the facility, at the time when it is closed, will be issued a “rain check” pass to use the facility at another time. Facilities will remain closed until 30 minutes after the last sound of thunder or sighting of lightning. This is done to avoid contact with water or plumbing, and to ensure the safety of all aquatic participants. Learn more about lightning safety on the National Weather Service website.