Las Vegas Municipal Pool


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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Las Vegas Municipal Pool
431 East Bonanza Road
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 229-6309

Adult Admission Price & Policy

$3.00; SC(50) $2.00. [February, 2020]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m, 8 lanes x 25m, 14 lanes, indoors, but with retractable side panels, 82ºF (28ºC).
Two 1m diving boards and one 3m diving board.


Las Vegas Boulevard North at East Bonanza Road, within walking distance of downtown hotels.
Clark County
36.174947, -115.139353

Teams That Use This Facility

Masters Swim
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Youth Swim
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Facility Notes

This pool replaced a smaller facility in 1999.

Facility Reviews

Always quiet, I've never shared a lane at this pool. Caters to seniors, the water often is too warm for strong lap swimmers. Always clean. Very accessible from anywhere in the valley.
Sometimes crowded with swim teams, mornings are best.
Review is still accurate but looks like the activity picks up around lunch time. Very clean. Lockers available for day use, bring your own lock. No hair dryers, bring your own, they have enough outlets.
Cool and perfect for lap swimming.
I swam here in 2007. It's a great pool with clean water and changerooms. Very quiet. The price is a bargain compared with what we pay in Australia.
[January, 2014]
After 4 PM no children are allowed. But don't be fooled, there are plenty of swim teams. Don't expect any meaningful lap swimming between 4 and 7 PM, as they have only two laps lanes available in the entire pool.
[June, 2015]
I swam here in July, 2015. The Muni is one of the few Clark County pools open on Sunday, which is helpful since Desert Breeze Indoor Pool was closed. The set-up for this visit was six shallow water lanes for laps, then a shallow open section for splashers and families, then four deep water lanes for laps (under the boards, which are closed), then a deep water section for open swim. The water was very warm.

The facility is built like an auto shop, with lots of big garage doors that can be opened and that give a nice open feel but let the heat in. Nice locker rooms with attendant.

This is a dodgy end of town - it's fine in daylight but I wouldn't go walking around here at night.
[August, 2015]
This is a really nice pool for serious lap swimmers. Although the facility is very clean and nice and the staff is great, the pool is in the middle of the skid-row/homeless area of downtown Las Vegas. Bring your own lock and towel. If you don't have a lock, change into your swim gear in the locker rooms and take your street clothes to the pool, where there are lockers for day use that you can keep your eye on.
[February, 2020]