McCully District Park Swimming Pool

Honolulu, Oahu, HI, UNITED STATES

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
McCully District Park Swimming Pool
831 Pumehana Street
Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96826
(808) 768-6708

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Free. [August, 2017]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25y x 33f, 5 lanes, outdoors, heated, 70º - 80°F (21º - 27°C)


Honolulu County
21.293208, -157.831865

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Facility Reviews

A very nice lap pool, kept well maintained in the locker area, as well as the pool. I met the maintenance guy, who treats the pool like his own and keeps it very clean. It's the closest pool to Waikiki Beach.
[October, 2014]
This is a fine outdoor pool that is within walking distance to many of the big hotels on Waikiki. Like all of the public pools in Honolulu, the hours seem to vary a lot -- I would definitely call first to confirm their hours (a real person answers during the day and there's a recording with the hours at night). I went once in the morning and once in the evening, and both times I had to share a lane but with only one other person. There's a nice view of the skyline and mountains from the pool deck. The pool itself is nice, but the locker rooms are old and not very clean; the lockers themselves are pretty rudimentary (small wooden cubes, a few with wooden doors that you can put your lock on, on the pool deck itself). But how can I complain when the pool is completely free??! You just walk in and start swimming. The staff was really friendly too. The pool is not well labeled -- just look for the odd two-story building that kind of looks like a stadium, and take the staircase off of Waiola Street; the entrance to the pool is straight ahead.
[August, 2017]