City Aquatic Facilities
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 is making waves again.
Opened in 2013, Marine Park Pool is a brand new pool located on the site of one of Fort Worth's former most popular aquatics centers.
Located at Sycamore Park, the Sycamore Spray Ground offers young children a way to cool off on hot summer days.
Seeking volunteers to assist with Safe Swim classes
The City of Fort Worth is collaborating with the Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition to offer Safe Swim programs at Forest Park pool this summer. If you are interested in volunteering as an Aquatic Swim Assistant or Water Buddy, please visit the FWDPC website for registration information and requirements.
Volunteer assistants must attend and complete a required training session on either May 6, May 18 or July 13.
For registration information on the Safe Swim programs, visit the FWDPC website.
Teach your children how to swim at a city pool with a two-week swimming lesson session. Learn More »
Both City of Fort Worth pools are available for after-hours rental. Learn more »
Community Swim at YMCA Pools
The YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth is providing residents with access to the Eastside YMCA, E.R. Van Zandt Southwest YMCA and Westside YMCA pools between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. daily through August 17. No membership dues are required. Daily admission is $1 for children 17 and under, and $2 for adults.
Aquatics Master Plan
Learn more about the future of aquatics facilities in the City of Fort Worth. Download the Aquatics Master Plan.