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Looking for a place in the Creative District to swim laps, practice your diving skills, or splash with the kiddies in the wintertime?
There is a large 50 meter x 25 meter Olympic-size swimming pool, a warm-water teaching pool, overhead balcony for spectators, nearby bleachers, diving boards, and large locker room areas. The large swimming pool area has about a dozen lap lanes set up with varying availability. In addition to lap swimming, you can also sign up for water exercises, the swim league, swimming lessons, and more.
The warm-water teaching pool is perfect for taking the kiddies in during the cold winter months. The shallow area has a gentle incline that eventually reaches to 4ft deep on the far side. We visited on a popular Friday morning when the warm-water pool opens at 9am for public use. Rafts aren’t allowed in the pools, but they do have life vests available.
Even though the locker room area and pool deck are showing their age, this is still a great place to play in the wintertime. Whether swimming for exercise or play, you’ll enjoy your time at Pullen Aquatic Center. Be sure to check the prices and hours before making your next visit.
Thumbs up: warm-water pool, number of lap lanes available, convenient pool hours
Thumbs down: aging of the locker room area and pool deck