Indoor Swimming Pools Across the Triangle

Options in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Cary
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Some kids can’t wait until summer to swim. Thankfully, there are venues across the Triangle that offer year-round recreational and competitive swimming. (See each of the linked sites for specific hours for main pools and lap lanes.)


Raleigh

Buffaloe Road Aquatic Center
5908 Buffaloe Rd., Raleigh
This popular complex has a three-story waterslide, a lazy river, a "water vortex," water basketball, water volleyball, three lap lanes, and a toddler area with zero-depth entry. Prices for residents run $4 for ages 1-12, $8 for ages 13-54, and $6 for 55 and up. Prices for non-residents run $7 for ages 1-12, $15 for ages 13-54, and $11 for 55 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.

Millbrook Exchange Pool
1905 Spring Forest Rd., Raleigh
This site has both indoor and outdoor pool options. There's both a main pool for recreational swimming and lap lanes.  Prices for residents run $2 for ages 1-12, $4 for ages 13-54, and $3 for 55 and up. Prices for non-residents run $3 for ages 1-12, $7 for ages 13-54, and $5 for 55 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.

Optimist Park and Pool
5902 Whittier Dr., Raleigh
The Optimist Park site, found behind Sanderson High School in Raleigh, operates a year-round indoor pool (“50 meter x 25-yard Olympic-size”). There's also a diving well with low and high boards, a large baby pool, lap and recreational options, and more. Prices for residents run $2 for ages 1-12, $4 for ages 13-54, and $3 for 55 and up. Prices for non-residents run $3 for ages 1-12, $7 for ages 13-54, and $5 for 55 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.

Pullen Aquatic Center
410 Ashe Ave., Raleigh
Options for this complex include a main pool, a therapy pool, a lap pool, and diving boards.  Prices for residents run $2 for ages 1-12, $4 for ages 13-54, and $3 for 55 and up. Prices for non-residents run $3 for ages 1-12, $7 for ages 13-54, and $5 for 55 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.


Durham

Edison Johnson Aquatic Center
500 W Murray Ave., Durham
This center has lap swimming and recreational options. Edison Johnson also offers swim lessons, swim teams, fitness classes, and more. Prices for residents run free for ages 1-18, $4 for ages 19-54, and $3 for 55 and up. Prices for non-residents run $5 for ages 1-18, $9 for ages 19-54, and $8 for 55 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.

Campus Hills Pool
2000 South Alston Ave., Durham
This 8-lane pool is located at Campus Hills Park. Prices for residents run free for ages 1-18, $4 for ages 19-54, and $3 for 55 and up. Prices for non-residents run $5 for ages 1-18, $9 for ages 19-54, and $8 for 55 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.


Cary

Triangle Aquatic Center
275 Convention Dr., Cary
The spot has three swimming pools, a 50-meter competition one, a 25-yard/10-lane program pool, and a walk-in instructional pool. Daily prices run $3.25 for ages 2-17, $5.5 for ages 18-59, and $3 for 60 and up. A family daily pass, for 5 total members with no more than 2 adults, runs $16. Monthly and annual passes are also available.


Chapel Hill

Homestead Aquatics Center
300 Northern Park Dr., Chapel Hill
This facility has a 10-lane, 25-yard lap pool, a recreational warm water pool with ramp access, and more. Prices for residents run $2 for ages 1-8, $3 for ages 9-18, and $5 for 19 and up. Prices for non-residents run $3 for ages 1-8, $5 for ages 9-18, and $9 for 19 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.

Community Center Indoor Pool
120 South Estes Dr., Chapel Hill
The community center has a six-lane, 25-meter indoor pool, with a zerp-depth ramp entry. Prices for residents run $2 for ages 1-8, $3 for ages 9-18, and $5 for 19 and up. Prices for non-residents run $3 for ages 1-8, $5 for ages 9-18, and $9 for 19 and up. Monthly and annual passes are also available.

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