Public Swim


Cooling off at the pool is a great way to beat the Southern California heat! 

 
Public swim is a time set aside for recreational swimming for swimmers of all ages to enjoy.  We offer public swim at two of our pool locations, the CRC and CHS, but they are not always open at the same time and times do vary depending on the day so please pay close attention to the schedule.  Before coming to the pool, we ask that you look over the pool rules which can be found below.

  AGE    All (Children 7 and younger must be accompanied by an adult)  
  FEE* 

Residents**    

0-12 years, 55+ years            

$1.00

 

13-54 years

$2.50

Non-Residents    

(All Ages)

$5.00

*Cash or check ONLY            


[How do I know if I am a Resident?]

Everyone entering the pool gates must pay the fee.

 
  Check in at the Lifeguard Office before entering the pool.
There you will pay your fee and receive your wristband.  
**To get the Resident rate you MUST bring proof of residency
(ex. license, utility bill, something with your name and address).
   


 

Hours

Community Rec Center (CRC)--------------------------------------------

Public Swim has ended at the CRC Pool for this year.
It will resume Memorial Day Weekend 2015.

 


Chaparral High School (CHS)--------------------------------------------

Public Swim has ended at the CHS Pool for this year.
It will resume Summer 2015.

 

 


Practice at Public Swim! Do you have a child in the current session of Swim Lessons? If you bring your receipt with you to Public Swim at CHS (only) you can receive a discounted rate. Click here for details.

Backyard Game Day. Come join the fun and play some "backyard pool games" at the CHS pool.  Staff will conduct games like Marco Polo, Sharks and Minnows and many more!  No additional fees apply and all can participate.  Click here for details.


 

   Holiday Hours - 11:00am-3:00pm at CRC Only  

Public Swim will be held from 11:00-3:00 on the following holidays:

 
HOLIDAY      DAY      DATE      POOL    
Memorial Day     Monday     May 26     CRC
Independence Day     Friday July 4 CRC (CHS Closed)
Labor Day     Monday Sept 1 CRC
 






Don't know what you should/shouldn't bring? This will help...

------------------ Packing for Public Swim ------------------


SHOULD BRING...

SHOULD NOT BRING...

  • Proof of residency (if applicable)
  • Exact change
  • Swim attire (must be made for the water)
  • Swim diapers
  • Sunscreen
  • Towels
  • Chair (we do not have them here)
  • Umbrella
  • Coast Guard Approved Lifejacket
  • Lock for locker


 

  • Credit/Debit cards
  • Kickboards
  • Floaties/water wings
  • Noodles or tubes
  • Snorkel masks (goggles are ok)
  • Fins
  • Baby oil
  • Valuables
  • Glass bottles
  • Alcohol or drugs
  • Cigarettes
  • Weapons
  • Food (you may eat outside the gates)



 

Public Swim Pass

To make visiting to the pool easier for frequent swimmers, we offer a punch card system for Residents of Temecula.  Bring your proof of residency to purchase the card (during Public Swim) and after that, you can JUST bring your punch card.  Buying a punch card is the equivilant of buying 10 visits to the pool and you get an extra visit FREE! 


  

CHILD/SENIOR PASS - $10
A perfect option for parents who have kids that can go to the pool on their own.

           

ADULT PASS - $25



To purchase a Public Swim Punch Card, please bring your Proof of Residency and exact change to the lifeguard at the window during Public Swim at either CRC or CHS.



Pool Rules


We have pool rules that we ask every swimmer to follow for their own safety and the safety of others. If a swimmer cannot follow our rules they may be asked to leave.

Please look over the pool rules before coming to the pool and discuss them with any swimmers who may be accompanying you.

CLICK HERE to view the Pool Rules.




Take a ride on our slide!


At the CRC Pool we do have a wonderful, NEW water slide that is fun for swimmers of ALL ages. 
>> To go down the slide:
  • Swimmers must be 48 inches tall. [This is a state law; there will be no exceptions].
  • Swimmers must be able to swim without a life jacket.
  • Swimmers must go down one at a time. 

For more information about the slide rules please see our pool rules directly above.

     








QUESTIONS?
If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact us.