Below is a list of the top and leading Public Swimming Pools in San Francisco. To help you find the best Public Swimming Pools located near you in San Francisco, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
San Francisco’s Best Public Swimming Pools:
The top rated Public Swimming Pools in San Francisco are:
- Martin Luther King Jr Pool – features a 25-yard x 25-meter pool
- La Petite Baleen Swim Schools – teaching children and adults of all ages
- Coffman Pool – is the 10,000-square-foot that initially constructed in 1957
- Mission Pool – provides lap swim, senior swim, water aerobics classes, and classes
- Bay Club At The Gateway – is your very own lively lifestyle resort
Martin Luther King Jr Pool
Martin Luther King Jr Pool is another hidden pool gem, it features a 25-yard x 25-meter pool and a separate wading pool for kids. This pool grants lap swim, senior swim, recreation swim, water aerobics classes, and lessons. For more details refer to the pool schedule for detailed class information. Martin Luther King Jr Pool has an amazing staff and junior lifeguards and offers programs for youth.
Community Rooms, Parking, Restroom, Swimming Lessons
“This is the best public pool for children! Every family can visit there and bond for enjoyment! The place is safe and clean! There are cameras around for security purposes! It’s a nice place to enjoy on weekends!” – `Zain L.
La Petite Baleen Swim Schools
La Petite Baleen Swim Schools opened in 2008, and it is the largest facility is located on Crissy Field, in the historic Presidio district of San Francisco, CA. They have two indoor pools heated to 90 degrees. Their baby pool is 20′ x 40′ feet, and their large pool is 30′ x 60′ feet. Their San Francisco swim school offers up to 11 classes at a time on both the half and quarter-hour.
There’s a large on-deck rinse-off area, split up changing areas, and private changing stalls, as well as on-deck and off-deck viewing for audiences. They pride themselves on teaching children and adults of all ages the swim classes San Francisco Bay Area residents enjoy.
Family Swim, Swim Classes
“Love the teacher’s it’s a great place to learn 2 swims for most ages.” – Davina C.
Coffman Pool is the 10,000-square-foot that initially constructed in 1957, was restored in 2008, and is located on Visitacion Avenue and Hahn Streets within Herz Playground at the southeastern entrance of McLaren Park. A secret gem for city swimmers, Coffman offers a variety of swim programs for all ages, including recreational swim, learn-to-swim classes, water aerobics, underwater hockey, and lap swim.
Swimming Lessons, Community Rooms, Locker Room, Parking, Restroom
“Love this place. All the staff it’s wonderful and very good teachers. They have the patience to show how to swim and have a lot of programs for kids and adults. It’s the best option to bring your children and for you to make some exercise and for old people too. 100% recomendable.” – Alexandra Q.
Mission Pool is a 4,565 square foot pool and was created in 1916, and is situated on 19th Street between Linda and Valencia Streets in the Mission District. It’s the only City-operated outdoor pool in San Francisco, offering a 90′ x 40′ pool for learn-to-swim, recreational, and lap swim programs during the summer months and beyond. This pool provides lap swim, recreation swim, senior swim, water aerobics classes, and classes.
Swimming Lessons, Locker Room, Restrooms
“Great outdoor pool!” – Dana R.
Bay Club At The Gateway
Bay Club At The Gateway is your very own lively lifestyle resort, just steps away from the iconic Ferry Building. With views of the skyline and Bay Bridge, you’ll enjoy a workout on one of their nine fully lit tennis courts or in the only outdoor aquatic center in downtown San Francisco with not one, but two heated pools. You can even get your sweat on in their fitness space.
Whatever you need to live life happily, it’s all at the Bay Club. Their groundbreaking revaluation of membership lets you easily add up to five other people, friends, or family, even if you live in different households. Divide the benefits, partition the cost, and get healthy together.
Swimming Pool, Outdoor Exercise Facilities, Membership
“Great place to swim and exercise.” – Bryan L.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.