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|Name||Hours||Phone||Address||City||State||Zip||Type||Park Sevice Area||District||ADA||Parking||Restrooms||Acreage||SqFt||Latitiude||Longitude||Description||Photo URL|
|Balboa Pool||(415) 337-4701||San Jose Ave & Havelock||San Francisco||CA||94112||Swimming Pool||PSA 5||District 11||Limited Wheelchair Access||Yes||Yes||15,628||37.7261962||-122.4432667||
Balboa Swimming Pool is one of eight public swimming pools in the city. Featuring dimensions of 100’ x 40’ and six lanes, Balboa Pool has long been one of the city’s most popular sites for recreational and lap swims.
|Coffman Pool||(415) 337-9085||1701 Visitacion Ave||San Francisco||CA||94134||Swimming Pool||PSA 3||District 10||Accessible||Yes||Yes||15,345||37.7132172||-122.4157991||
The 10,000-square-foot Coffman Pool, originally built in 1957, was refreshed in 2008, and is located on Visitacion Avenue and Hahn Streets within Herz Playground at the southeastern entrance of McLaren Park. A hidden gem for city swimmers, Coffman offers a variety of swim programs for all ages, including recreational swim, learn-to-swim classes, water aerobics, underwater hockey and lap swim.
|Garfield Pool||(415) 695-5001||26th & Harrison St||San Francisco||CA||94110||Swimming Pool||PSA 6||District 9||Limited Wheelchair Access||No||Yes||14,599||37.7500745||-122.4120347||
A favorite swimming spot for locals, Garfield Swimming Pool offers an array of classes and programs, from learn-to-swim, lap and recreational swims for tots, youths, adults and seniors.
|Hamilton Pool||(415) 292-2008||Geary & Steiner St||San Francisco||CA||94115||Swimming Pool||PSA 2||District 5||Accessible||Yes||Yes||12,176||37.7845604||-122.4354450||
After a recent overhaul of the pool and adjacent recreation center, this stunning new swimming facility features a large, heated pool and not one, but two, indoor water slides, the only ones in the city. Available for rentals and that one-of-a-kind swimming party you always dreamed of.
|Martin Luther King Jr Pool||(415) 822-2807||3rd & Armstrong||San Francisco||CA||94124||Swimming Pool||PSA 3||District 10||Accessible||Yes||Yes||24,528||37.7254915||-122.3935752||
Another hidden pool gem, MLK Pool features a 25-yard x 25-meter pool and a separate wading pool for tots. Aquatic programs include learn-to-swim programs, water aerobics, recreational swim and lap swim.
|Mission Community Pool||(415) 641-2841||101 Linda St||San Francisco||CA||94110||Swimming Pool||PSA 6||District 8||Accessible||No||Yes||8,373||37.7594975||-122.4226561||
The 4,565 square foot Mission Pool was constructed in 1916, and is located on 19th Street between Linda and Valencia Streets in the Mission District. It’s the only City-operated outdoor pool in San Francisco, offering a 90′ x 40′ pool for learn-to-swim, recreational and lap swim programs during the summer months and beyond.
|North Beach Pool||(415) 391-0407||651 Lombard St||San Francisco||CA||94133||Swimming Pool||PSA 1||District 3||Accessible||No||Yes||8,231||37.8027052||-122.4124234||
Renovated in 2005 to accommodate more users and programs, North Beach Swimming Pool has long been a neighborhood destination for swimmers of all ages. The facility features two pools (a 25-meter x 21′ lap pool and a 89′ x 21′ recreation pool) to accommodate a variety of aquatic programs and needs.
|Rossi Pool||(415) 666-7014||Arguello & Anza||San Francisco||CA||94118||Swimming Pool||PSA 1||District 1||Limited Wheelchair Access||No||Yes||12,639||37.7790784||-122.4582621||
A favorite swimming spot for locals in the Richmond District, Rossi Swimming Pool offers an array of classes and programs, from learn-to-swim, lap and recreational swims for tots, youths, adults and seniors.
|Sava Pool||(415) 661-6327||19th Ave & Wawona St||San Francisco||CA||94116||Swimming Pool||PSA 4||District 4||Accessible||Yes||Yes||11,583||37.7377925||-122.4758529||
A neighborhood favorite, Sava Pool reopened in 2009 after a $17 million renovation. It features a 25-yard, eight-lane multi-purpose pool that accommodates recreation, lap and competitive swimming. The unique design of the building maximizes the use of natural lighting and ventilation with rooftop monitors and a south facing window wall.