7701 Boca Ciega Dr
St Pete Beach, FL 33706
Recreation: (727) 363 - 9245
Pool: (727) 363 - 9264

Aquatics

Call us at 727-363-9264

The St. Pete Beach Family Aquatic Center is a year-round heated/chilled facility that consists of a six-lane Junior Olympic swimming pool with an attached children’s play area featuring several water features that spray, drop and squirt water.  This play area consists of a mushroom-shaped waterfall and colorful dumping cones.  There are also two large tubular slides for older children.  The pool area has tables, lounge chairs, showers, and dressing rooms available.  There is plenty of room for sunbathing or shady umbrellas to escape the hot sun.

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Pool Regulations:
  • All patrons entering the pool must pay entrance fees, including spectators.
  • All patrons must shower before entering the pool.
  • Proper bathing attire must be worn in pool. No street clothes/basketball shorts.
  • All children not toilet trained are required to wear a swim diaper, vinyl pants and a swimsuit.  (Vinyl pants are available for $4)
  • All participants are required to take a swim test every day before using the slide.  This test consists of demonstrating to the pool staff the ability to swim 25 yards front crawl using reasonably good form.
  • No inflatable water wings permitted and life jackets must be coast guard approved.
  • All children under the age of 10 must be supervised by an adult 18 years and older.
  • All swimmers must vacate pool area and deck during electrical storms.
  • A 10-minute rest break will be called each hour where everyone under 18 must get out of the water & sit down away from the pool’s edge.
  • No diving is permitted in any area of the pool.
  • The pool schedule may change to accommodate special events or activities.
  • The pool will close in case of inclement weather.
  • The Recreation Department is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. 
Slide Rules
  • All participants are required to take a swim test every day before using the slide. This test consists of demonstrating to the pool staff the ability to swim 25 yards front crawl using reasonably good form.
  • One rider on the slide at a time.
  • Riders must slide feet first on their backs.
  • Wait on the ground until the previous rider exits the water before climbing onto the slide.
  • Leave the slide splash down area immediately.
  • No mask or goggles on slide.