Desert Breeze Aquatic Facility


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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Desert Breeze Aquatic Facility
8275 West Spring Mountain Road
Las Vegas, NV 89117
(702) 455-7798

Adult Admission Price & Policy

$3.00; SC(55) $1.00. [August, 2020]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25y, 18 lanes x 50m, 8 lanes, indoors, 81ºF (27ºC).


Six miles west of the Strip (Las Vegas Blvd.) in Desert Breeze Park.
Clark County
36.12502, -115.27167

Teams That Use This Facility

Youth Swim
Click on the Team Name to view its website.

Facility Notes

The pool, which is oprated by Park County Parks and Recreation, opened in October, 2001.
During lap swimming times, the pool is operated in 25-yard configuration, only.

Facility Reviews

One of the nicest facilities I've ever swum in. Big, new, and very clean. About a 15 minute drive due west of the Strip. Make it a point to visit this one!
Great Masters group, great workout. Truly an amazing pool and group of people.
Probably the best bargain in Las Vegas. Bring your own lock and call for hours as swim team workouts may make lanes unavailable at peak times.
A great facility: clean, organized, friendly, with lots of lanes (7 AM+ weekdays best) but only one pace clock!. Note this is FAR from the Strip, a $25/20 minute cab ride. However, the 202 bus picks up in front of Caesar's Palace on Flamingo just west of Las Vegas Blvd., and will drop you at Flamingo and Cimarron, just two (very long) blocks south of the pool (look for the water slides) for $2.00 (exact change required). It takes 10 minutes longer but you save $50 for dinner or a show. Buses run each way about every 20 minutes (timetable on line). Thank you Desert Breeze for making LV workout-friendly along with all the other fun distractions!
[July, 2013]
Great facilities. The pool is almost always set up for short course laps. There's a lot of team activities but they always have lap lanes available. I swam at prime time in the evening and had a lane to myself. There was only one other person swimming laps, so one lane remained empty.
[April, 2014]