Marine Park Pool
- Water cooling system
- Composite play piece with a large dumping bucket
- Large slide with ‘run-out’ flume
- 4 lap lanes
- Seating ledge
- Zero beach entry
- 3200 square foot bath house
- Locker rooms
- Infant/toddler changing areas
- Ticketing area
- Lifeguard/staff training area
- Vending machines
- Chemical storage and mechanical area
- 7 shade structures
- Seating (chaise, benches, tables)
- Expansive lawn areas
The city began demolition and removal of the existing Marine Park pool – originally constructed in 1926 – in September 2012 to make way for a facility.
Construction began later that month on an Enhanced Neighborhood Family Aquatic Center (E-NFAC), a new type of aquatic facility described in the Citywide Aquatic Facilities Master Plan.
Total funding for pool construction and design is $3,850,000, which includes $2 million from capital reserve funds and $1.85 million from Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds.
Byrne Construction Services was selected to construct the facility for $3,225,905. The design strategy called for quality and more durable construction amenities and resulted in additional costs of $193,260.
303 N.W. 20th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76106
Hours and Prices
2014 Season Dates:
May 31-June 1
June 7-Aug. 24
Aug. 30-Sept. 1
1-7 p.m. Monday-Sunday
$5 (age 17 and under)
$6 (age 18 and older)
Passbooks (30 visits):
$112.50 (age 17 and under)
$135 (age 18 and older)
Not valid for groups
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.
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 scholarships for underprivileged children.