We have had a hot, sunny summer so far in Vancouver. When it comes to staying cool in the great outdoors, there are three great and affordable options to enjoy with your kids: spray parks, the beach and outdoor pools. Today we’re covering the last of those.
Tips for Visiting Vancouver Outdoor Pools
Before we list Vancouver outdoor pools you may want to visit, we’d like to share a few tips before you go. Here’s what you need to know:
Vancouver Outdoor Pools
There are five public Vancouver outdoor pools to visit with your kids. Why not add them all to your list this summer, and see what the city has to offer?
The outdoor pool at Hillcrest is open mid-May to late September. The facility features family change rooms and sprays and bubble jets.
4575 Clancy Loranger Way, Vancouver
Vancouver’s only saltwater pool, this massive facility is located right on Kits beach. There are three slides and beach entry perfect for little ones.
2305 Cornwall Street, Vancouver
This is one of the best Vancouver outdoor pools for kids, with a maximum depth of just three and a half feet. The heated wading pool also features a mini island and water basketball hoop, and admission is just $2.50 for adults.
6875 Yew Street, Vancouver
This is a quieter choice for East Van mamas, on the waterfront near New Brighton Park. It features beach entry, a slide and a cafe if you’re feeling peckish.
North Windermere Street near New Brighton Park, Vancouver
This beach-entry pool has a great kids’ area. There’s also a slide and a cafe. Plus, the views are outstanding and you’re close to all the other fun in Stanley Park.
Stanley Park Drive, Vancouver