We hope you and your family make a splash this spring and summer by visiting your local Placer County pool facility.
Here are a few places you should check out this season for your much-deserved pool time.
Thanks to our friends at the Auburn Recreation District, families can enjoy the Placer Hills Pool, along with Marsha Skinner (Sierra Pool) and the Splash Pool.
The pool is open to the public, but be sure to check the operating times as the season ramps up.
There’s a lot of cool things to experience at Meadow Vista, including youth triathlon swim, masters swimming and safety courses. Competitive swimming opportunities are also a part of the spring/summer program.
Season swim passes that are discounted for residents provide great value for the entire family.
Dive into a state-of-the-art pool at the Mike Shellito facility.
This park includes an eight-lane, 25-yard pool, which varies in depth from 3.5 to nearly nine feet.
In addition to all that space, you can relax and enjoy the 1,500-square-foot warm water pool.
Programs at the facility include fitness classes, lap swimming and space for special events and learning activities for toddlers.
Feel like a gold medalists at the Roseville Aquatics Complex.
No matter your level, there’s plenty of attractions to keep you smiling and splashing all day.
All visitors enjoy the Olympic-size competition pool, zero-depth recreation pool with beach entry and a 150-foot water slide.
Along with all the great facilities and accommodations, you can also enjoy competitive swimming, family nights, recreational swimming, morning, afternoon and evening classes and water polo camps.
Also known as the McBean Pool, this facility may remind you of your childhood swimming days.
Whether you’re going for a dip or hosting a birthday party, this swim park is a great choice for old-fashioned family fun.