Palm Springs Swim Center
Palm Springs, California, UNITED STATES

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The Basics
Facility Name
Palm Springs Swim Center
Web Address
Street Address
405 South Pavilion Way
Palm Springs, CA, 92262, UNITED STATES
(760) 323-8278

Admission Prices & Policies
Visitors (adult)
Residents $4.00, non-residents $5.00. [February, 2017]
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Year-round Swimming Pools And Boards At This Facility
Pool50m, 8 lanes x 25y, 21 lanes, outdoors, temperature controlled, 80º - 84°F (27º - 29°C)
DivingOne 3m and two 1m boards.

How To Find This Pool
In Sunrise Park, at the intersection of East Ramon and South Pavilion Way
Riverside County
33.816622, -116.524802
Teams That Use This Facility
Masters SwimPalm Springs Piranhas MastersClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Youth SwimPiranha Swim TeamClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Water PoloPalm Springs Piranha Water PoloClick on the Team Name to view its website.

Lockers available, bring your own lock.

Facility Reviews
The best swimming in the Coachella Valley!
The water is clean and the temperature is good. Parking is plentiful but distant.
They change the hours with little warning; the priority is definitely the high school and club swim teams, who tend to take over the pool leaving only a few lanes for the rest of us.
Awesome swim facility for triathletes on vacation in Palm Springs! Long course (50m) is from 7 - 9 AM only, so if you want to get a long course workout, get there early. Kick boards and pull boys can be rented for just $3.00, so there's no reason not to have the best swim workout ever while on vacation in sunny Palm Springs! :)
[June, 2013]
The water is on the hot side if you're doing much distance.
Most able-bodied swimmers should be able to handle the short walk to/from the car easily. It's shorter than parking at the grocery store!
[December, 2013]
Plentiful, empty, four-foot deep lanes at 4 PM on a Saturday. It's a beautiful, clean pool, 81º - 82ºF. (27º - 25ºC), with a gorgeous view of snow-dusted mountains and well-kept landscaping. The equipment is not free to use, you gotta rent it. The locker room has an open roof under the palm trees; bring your own lock. Easy parking in a lot right out front, I can't imagine how it could be any closer.
[January, 2015]
I visited here on a Friday morning in September, 2015. The facility is nice and staff is friendly. The pool was set up as 15+ 25 yard lanes. I had my own lane, but each lane was filled by 6:00 AM. When I asked the lifeguard where I should swim when I arrived at opening, his answer indicated that the lane grab is a free-for-all. While the pool was nice and clean and a decent temperature at 82ºF., it was very hard to see for the first 45 minutes of the swim, as there was almost no lighting on the pool deck and it was before sunrise. I couldn't read my watch and there was no pace clock. Having said all of this, it's a great pool if you are visiting the area.
[September, 2015]
It's a nice, outdoor, olympic pool. 50m lanes are set up Saturday mornings from 7 - 8:45 AM.
[October, 2016]
This pool is very nice. I had it virtually to myself on a Saturday morning around 9:30, save for a lifeguarding class that didn't infringe on the still ample lap swimming area.

The changing area is complete: lockers, showers, toilets, sinks, though it's a bit rustic, being essentially outdoors. And it's not practical for the few days that it rains here. Bring a lock if you want a secure place for your things.
[February, 2017]