Public Swimming Pools in Wichita (and Surrounding Areas)

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Swimming Pools in WichitaThere’s no better way to beat the Kansas heat than to take a dip in the swimming pool. 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!

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. Just click the link to learn more about the swimming pools in Wichita.

Swimming Pools in Wichita and Surrounding Areas that are Open for 2020:

The City of Wichita has announced Public Pools will likely not open until 2021.

YMCA: All indoor aquatic centers are open. The North and Northwest Y are the only outdoor waterparks open for the 2020 season. 

Twin River Swim Club: 2457 N. Coolidge Ave 

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

Derby Rock River Rapids: 1900 E James St. *waterpark 

Goddard City Pool: 200 S. Main

Haysville Dewey Gunzelman Memorial Swimming Pool: 525 Sarah Lane

Splash Aqua Park ICT: 860 W Steeple Bay Parkway *waterpark

 


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7 COMMENTS

  1. Have you heard, will they be having the free swim passes for families who qualify again this summer?

  2. The Heskett Center Indoor Pool at the Wichita State University is also open. Current hours:
    Monday–Friday 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; 4–7:30 p.m.
    Saturday & Sunday 1:30–5 p.m.

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