Milpitas Community Sports Center


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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Milpitas Community Sports Center
1325 East Calaveras Boulevard
Milpitas, CA 95035
(408) 586-3225

Adult Admission Price & Policy

$8.00. [June, 2020]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25m, 6 lanes, 4f - 7f depth, outdoors, heated, 82ºF (28ºC).
Pool 2
25y, 6 lanes, all shallow, outdoors, heated, 82ºF (28ºC).


Take the Calaveras Blvd. Exit from I-880 and/or I-680 and go east. Just after the intersection of Calaveras Blvd. and Park Victoria Dr. turn left into the Samuel Ayer Adult Education Center and go straight to the back. The entrance is at the rear.
Santa Clara County
37.43773, -121.88358

Teams That Use This Facility

Masters Swim
Click on the Team Name to view its website.
Santa Clara Swim Club
See the Masters Swim team web page, linked to its name, above.
Youth Swim
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Facility Notes

When we visited the facility, all lap swimming was in the 25m pool and circle swimming was occasionally required. The other pool was used for aqua-aerobics and lifeguard training or closed.
The pool's activity schedule for adults can be found on the Adults>Aquatics>Lap Swim/Water Exercise web page.
NOTE: In 2014, we were told that a flat $1.00 service fee is added to the price of any admission, multiple swim pass, or membership sold at the facility. We don't know if that's still the case, but could find no mention of it on the city's website when we checked most recently in March, 2017.

Facility Reviews

A nice facility. The lockers are small and the hours limited. I wish they'd open the 25y pool for laps when other programs aren't running. Unregulated circle swimming sucks!
The facility is great. The lockers are small. Otherwise, it's a nice locker room, including a suit spinner. The showers rival a fancy club - even the hand soap is coconut-scented! In the 25m pool the water felt ~78º/79º, definitely not 82º that day. At lunch, it's often four to a lane, which might bother some people.
The shallow end of the 25m pool is too shallow, roughly 3½ or 4 feet. Anyone with a strong, underwater dolphin kick on the push-off (whether butterfly, backstroke, or free) is going to scrape the bottom; this is an issue even with the breaststroke push-off. Obviously, they're not going to rebuild the pool, but it's something to be aware of.

They recently completely re-did the locker rooms. The tiny lockers are gone, the coconut-scented body-wash is gone, and the club-like atmosphere is gone. Instead, the locker room has been enlarged, the lockers are normal-sized (bring a lock or bring your stuff outside), and there seem to be more basins, more toilets, and more showers. The feel is more sterile, functional, and industrial. Overall, it's quite an improvement but definitely a different, less "warm" vibe from the previous locker room.
[December, 2014]