Forest Park Pool, the oldest Fort Worth aquatics facility, was the last of the city's seven pools to shut down due to budget and maintenance issues in 2010. Thanks to the backing of the Radler Foundation and local engineering firms, Forest Park Pool began making waves again in 2013.
Opened in 2013, Marine Park Pool is the newest City pool. It is located in Marine Park on the northside of Downtown. Marine Park was also home to the original Marine Park Pool, one of Fort Worth's most popular aquatics centers from years past.
Located at Sycamore Park, the Sycamore Spray Ground offers young children a way to cool off on hot summer days. Several spray features including water cannons, bubblers, and a giant water bucket can provide a relief from the harsh Texas heat.
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Aquatics Master Plan
Visit the master plans page to learn more about the Aquatics Master Plan.
The following Pool Rules and Regulations are in effect at all municipal aquatic facilities. Enforcement of these rules are up to the discretion of the pool staff.
Forest Park Pool and Marine Park Pool are available for rental from 7-9 p.m., on Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays. (No rentals on holiday weekends, Monday-Thursday or days when the pool is closed.)
The City of Fort Worth has teamed up with the Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition to offer scholarships for our "Learn to Swim" program.
Your support through the FWDPC will help pay for swimming lesson scholarships.
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