Camana Bay Sports Complex Pool
George Town, Grand Cayman, CAYMAN ISLANDS
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Updated April 14, 2020.
Adult Admission Price & Policy
The pool is very nice - on par with any new outdoor pool in the US. The locker room and bathroom facilities are more than adequate. The only negative I found was that there were no showers other than on deck. The water temperature was quite warm the week I was there (~86ºF). I don't think they have a chiller to cool the water during the really warm summer months. Pull buoys are available for use but kick boards were hard to find. There were no life guards on duty but most of my morning swims were at times when the age group team was there with a coach on deck. I never had to share a lane.