|More a public pool (i.e., for families) than a pool for lap swimming. The water is warm and there are lots of kids during public swimming hours. Lap swimming is done in center lanes during certain hours, but the laps are short and the pool is very shallow at this area. General public swimming hours are fun - diving boards, two water slides, Tarzan ropes, water toys, etc.
|I disagree with the comment that "the laps are short and the pool is very shallow at this area". The laps are 18m. That's 72% of normal, so it's not so short in my book. (I also found the shorter lanes more comfortable as I returned to swimming after a long hiatus.) More importantly, the pool is not "very shallow". At 1.5m depth, it's plenty deep enough. The late afternoon is a busy time with children's classes in the shallow end and dive teams working in the deep end. That said, there are usually no more than three swimmers per lane on average and it would be unusual to have five - often there are just two. [August, 2014]