|2000 Shasta Drive|
|Open late May through early September|
|Tues and Thurs 7:15pm-9pm|
|City of Davis Aquatics Program|
|Age 0-2: Free|
|Ages 3 and up: $4.75|
Arroyo Pool is a public pool located in Arroyo Park. It hosts two pools, one is a lap pool and the other is a recreation pool with a neat fountain and a water slide. It's a great place to go swimming.
If you visit the pool frequently, you can buy different types of passes to allow unlimited access.
Since Summer 2008, the water slide is limited to kids over 48 inches, the slide is regulated by Cal OSHA, not the city or by the staff. All children under the age of 6 must be accompanied at all times by either a sibling or adult over the age of 14. All lifejackets and floatation devices must be US Coast Guard approved to be allowed in the pools, if your child needs a lifejacket they are available at the Guard Office. The staff of the pool reserves the right to swim test any patron at any time. Additionally there is no glass, alcoholic beverages or knives of any kind allowed into the complex.
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- For other pools in Davis, check out the swimming entry
2014-07-31 14:47:19 We just finished our first swim lessons at the Arroyo Pool and it was a great success. I highly recommend checking them out.
2015-12-16 10:10:25 Why is it that this pool is overrun by private corporations? We, as the general public, only gain access to this pool 3-4 months out of the year due to the current price gouging structure of this place. Those of us who live within a leaps length even must join a club, which demands exorbitant prices in order to use this facility and even then it's only part time. This is simply outrageous. I come from Pleasanton where we have public pools as well. The difference there is that they are truly open to the public. Anybody can go to the pool on any given day, year round, for less than 4 dollars per visit or buy bulk amount of time at a discounted price. The same is true for Livermore. However, here, we are forced to belong to a very expensive club to get even partial rights to the pool. It is criminal how they shut off services to the surrounding community, only allowing access to the more affluent who can afford to pay for these clubs. I understand that schools need to use this place as well but in both Pleasanton and Livermore, which are far more populated spaces, they have both been able to accommodate schools and the public with their price structures. This whole thing is backwards and needs to change. —walking-distance