8825 Rainier Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98118
The Rainier Beach Pool features a variety of fun play toys for kids, as well as six pool lanes for adults who wish to swim laps. This indoor pool is newly remodeled and now includes a spray and play park, a waterslide, a lazy river and a baby pool that is the perfect size for your little ones. If you’re looking for an awesome place to hold a children’s birthday party, you will want to come here. There is an additional space where you can open presents and bring in a birthday cake for the kids to enjoy.
2535 32nd Ave. W.
Seattle, WA 98199
The Lowery C. “Pop” Mounger Pool is an outdoor public pool in Seattle. The larger pool has five lanes and is 25 yards long, with depths ranging from three to six feet. It also features a 50-foot-long corkscrew slide and an average water temperature of 85 degrees. The smaller pool is much shallower, ranging from two to 3.5 feet deep and is the perfect place to teach younger children how to swim and enjoy the water. Come out for a night of family fun each Friday and experience different themed events such as a rock and roll party, a Hawaiian beach party or a pirate pool party.
8603 Fauntleroy Way S.W.
Seattle, WA 98136
The Colman Pool is an Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool that features eight lanes and is 50 meters in length. It is situated just mere steps from the Puget Sound waters and the pool itself is a saltwater pool, so you won’t have to deal with the stinky chlorine smell. It has a diving board, a giant tube waterslide and a sun deck where you can lounge and soak up some rays after swimming. The Colman Pool is open for summers only, from May to early September.
1471 N.W. 67th St.
Seattle, WA 98117
The Ballard Pool is another of Seattle’s indoor pools that is located in one of the city’s most popular neighborhoods. It is 25 yards long and has six lanes, as well as a rope swing, diving board, a waterslide and numerous play rafts and float toys for kids. There is also a spa and warm water area that is perfect for relaxing and soothing tired, achy muscles. Besides swimming lessons, the Ballard Pool offers diving lessons, synchronized swimming and water polo programs.
1719 Maple Valley Hwy. (Cedar River Park)
Renton, WA 98057
About twenty minutes southeast of Seattle, the city of Renton is home to one of the area’s largest public aquatic centers. Although it isn’t technically a water park, it is the next best thing with its 9,000-square-foot wave pool and two water slides that are 26 feet high. It also features a six-lane lap pool that encompasses 3,300 square feet, a lazy river area, an island lagoon, a water spray play area, a water play structure and a toddler wading area. If you are not a Renton resident or a guest of a local, expect to pay more for admission.
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