Natatorium San Juan
San Juan, San Juan, PUERTO RICO

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The Basics
Facility Name
Natatorium San Juan
Web Address
Street Address
San Juan Central Park
San Juan, San Juan, 00919, PUERTO RICO
(787) 480-6109

Admission Prices & Policies
Visitors (adult)
Free. [November, 2014] But before you go to "drop-in", see the Note, below.
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Year-round Swimming Pools And Boards At This Facility
Pool 150m, 10 lanes, convertible to 25m, 20 lanes, 0f - 9f adjustable depth, indoor/outdoor, heated, water temperature not reported
Pool 225m, at least 5 lane diving well, indoor/outdoor, heated, water temperature not reported
Diving1m and 3m boards; 3m, 7.5m, and 10m platforms.

How To Find This Pool
In the east side of the San Juan Central Park.
San Juan
18.44181, -66.07759
Teams That Use This Facility
Masters SwimThe Escambrón Natatorio Masters SwimmersCall Alfonso Santiago (Chago) at (787) 643-1592. [Added March, 2013]

The pools are located in a building under roof, but without walls.
There is a $2.00 flat fee for parking.
NOTE: As of November, 2014, requirements to access the pool are: two passport-sized photographs; a completed waiver and medical information sheet; and taking a "swim test". Swim tests are done only Monday through Thursday between 10 AM and 3 PM. [Obviously the timing is set for the convenience of the bureaucrats in charge, rather than the public that is supposed to be served. Eds.]

Facility Reviews
A first class facility. Open air with a roof. The US Masters LCM nationals were held here in 2010.
Great facility. I swam here three times in early August and never had trouble getting a lane. Seems to be set up long course most of the time, if not all. Even if a team is in the water, they hold some lanes open for lap swimming . Lane lines, backstroke flags, clock, etc. all in place. There's a roof, but the building is open on one side, so it felt like outdoor swimming. $2 for parking, that's it. [September, 2013]
You do need to get an annual pass, which means a medical examination, photos, etc. (They did let me come once by signing a waiver.) They're very friendly people - they even co-opted me into swimming with the Masters group. There were two or three swimmers per lane at 10 AM, but it was empty by noon. The pool is closed on Sundays, but has long hours the rest of the week. [March, 2016]