Swimming Pools in Wichita and Surrounding Areas | Summer 2022


Girl in Swimming Pools in Wichita

There’s no better way to beat the Kansas heat than to take a dip in the swimming pool. And there are plenty of pools in Wichita! Spending the day swimming is not only a ton of fun, it’s a sure fire way to make sure the kiddos are more than ready for a nap or bedtime!

Most swimming pools in Wichita are open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Let’s dive right in to where you can buy a membership or day pass to swim this summer. Many of these locations also offer swim lessons, too!

Swimming Pools in Wichita, KS

North Wichita 

Evergreen Park Pool: 2700 N. Woodland

North YMCA: 3330 N. Woodlawn Blvd.

South Wichita 

Aley Park Pool: 1800 S. Seneca

Linwood Park Pool: 1900 S. Hydraulic

Richard A. DeVore South YMCA: 3405 S Meridian Ave.

East Wichita 

College Hill Pool: 304 S. Circle Dr. – closed in 2021 for renovations

Genesis Health Club: 1551 N Rock Rd

Minisa Park Pool: 1350 N. Jeanette

Rockwood Pool: 7547 E. Rockwood

West Wichita 

Harvest Park Pool: 9500 W. Provincial

Indian Hills Swim Club: 1158 N. Meridian Ave.

Northwest YMCA: 13838 W 21st St N.

Orchard Park Pool: 1062 N. Clara

Twin River Club:

Surrounding Towns

Andover YMCA: 1115 US-54

Bel Aire Community Pool: 7350 E. Central Park Ave.

Derby Rock River Rapids: 1900 E James St.

Goddard City Pool: 200 S. Main

Haysville Dewey Gunzelman Memorial Swimming Pool: 525 Sarah Lane

Valley Center Pool: 255 E Allen St.

Have fun splashing around and good luck rubbing sun screen on the squirmy little ones! And if pools are not your thing, Wichita also has several splash parks to help you and the kids cool off this summer.

Click here for a list of water playgrounds and splash parks in Wichita!

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Kim is a Wichita transplant who never planned to stay, but 15 years later she’s convinced Wichita is the perfect place to raise a family. She’s a wife to Jorge and a mama to Nico and Lucia. She moved here from the Chicago suburbs and works in the communications world. The rest of her time is focused on seeking out adventures with her little family. She also loves browsing grocery store aisles, reading cookbooks, iced coffee and wine. Kim’s trying to learn Spanish as well, her kiddos are bilingual and already speak better than she does!


  1. Hi! I found one of your posts from last year on natural treatments for molluscum. My daughter has had it since March and I feel so horrible for her. I’m trying out your treatment. I would love to ask you a few questions, if you wouldn’t mind answering an off topic comment. Specifically, I’d like to know if once the bumps start bleeding, is that when they start to heal and go away? Or did your child’s bumps just go back to being the same sealed bump? Thank you!!

    • Hi Veronica, I believe my kiddo’s bumps only bled a tiny bit from scratching. Once we started using the oils, they just slowly disappeared. I would try and use it two-three times a day and hopefully she will get better. Best of luck to you guys.

  2. Will the Wichita City Pools be following the recommended CDC guidelines date February 2, 2021 for Wichita City Pools this summer? If so, what guidelines will be followed? IE, number of guests in pool area at one time, facemasks, distancing, sanitizing, etc.
    Thank you.


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