Peck Park Pool
San Pedro, California, UNITED STATES

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The Basics
Facility Name
Peck Park Pool
Web Address
Street Address
560 North Western Avenue , San Pedro , CA , UNITED STATES (Postal Code: 90732)
Telephone
(310) 548-2434

Admission
Visitors (adult)
$3.50, SC(65) $1.00. [March, 2015]
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Year-Round Pools and Boards at Facility
EquipmentDescription 
Pool 133-1/3y, 8 lanes, outdoors, heated, water temperature not reported

Locator
County/Region
Los Angeles County
GPS
33.75182, -118.30588
Teams that Use Facility
TypeTeam NameContact 
Youth SwimCity of Los Angeles Novice Swimming TeamCall the pool for information
Water PoloCity of Los Angeles Novice Water Polo TeamCall the pool for informaton.
Synchro SwimCity of Los Angeles Novice Synchronized Swimming TeamCall the pool for information.
Notes
NOTE: The pool is closed on Mondays. [March, 2015]
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Facility Reviews
This is a pretty good pool. It's a weird length - 33-1/3 yards. The water is pretty warm and kickboards/pull buoys are always available. When I have swum there on weekday evenings it's been deserted. The showers are warm, but not as hot as they could be.
I can vouch for that also. The other lap swimmers on a recent Saturday visit were mostly the lifeguards taking a break. It's somewhat difficult to find: hidden all the way in the back of the park, where you have to navigate several parking lots and alleys to get to it. But once there, it's a lovely, immaculate setting with a park behind the pool that's equally underutilized. Old style, very clean 1950s style open changing room. Beautiful outdoor glass mosaic mural contributed by Girl Scouts for their 100 year anniversary in May, 2012 adds to the So Cal ambiance. (See this newspaper articleabout it.) It's just too bad more folks don't know about this hidden gem of a pool. [January, 2014]