This public pool is a great place to take the kids on a hot summer day. There are lots of fun activities for kids of all ages ... More
Reno Swim & Slide
This public pool is a great place to take the kids on a hot summer day. There are lots of fun activities for kids of all ages like diving boards, slides and sprinklers. There is a kiddie pool for the toddlers and babies, and a great big pool for everyone else. And unlike most of the other public pools around, this pool is open earlier in the day (11am), so you can swim and get back in the air conditioning before the temperature peaks in late afternoon.
I love this pool. Sometimes it gets crowded but, the water still stays crystal clear. The restrooms need to be redone. I take my kids during the week when its not so crowded.
Overall a great experience.
This place was absolutly gross, which is so disappointing because the pool does have so much offer.... Everything is run by clueless teenagers and the facility is just plain dirty. I went in the womens bathroom/showers and couldn't even stand to stay in long enough to use the restroom. Had to change my son in the car because there is no way that I would take him in there. Also, swimming lessons are a total joke! So unorganized and teachers don't seem to have any real training.... Until the city takes time to clean this place up and take a little pride in their facility, I say save your money and go elsewhere.
This is a great place for me and my brother to chill out, cool off, and hang out with friends.My mom just bought us pool passes so we could go more.The regional swim and slide pool is close by our house so we could walk there if we wanted to!!!Me and my brother love coming here. My favorite part is the water slides. Really i don't dislike anything.Everything here is fun.We love regionals pool!!!!
A friend of mine and I went to this waterpark today neither one of us had ever been before, we both have 3 kids ranging from ages 2 to 9. We stayed for 5 hours and had soooo much fun! There is something for everyone of all ages, we even took turns watching each others kiddos to go on the slides ourselves. Had a blast!! There is 2 large slides 2 small slides 2 diving boards a huge palm tree that shoots out water plus a sprinkler type one. A climbing wall and what was really neat was for the most part the pool was 2ft 6 inches deep but depending on which area you were in like for the diving or climbing or slides...those areas were deeper of course. Plus there is a whole seperate area for the real small kids with a pool and some fun things that shoot water out for kids to play with. Also I was real impressed with the prices at the snack bar, just $1 for large drink and $1.50 for hot dog..etc. Definately remember to keep applying the sunscreen if your going to stay as long as we did..I put it on kids multiple times and they still got a little red and my friend ended up looking like a lobster.
I love this place i've been going here since I was three and still love it they have a kiddie pool and awsome slides but the diving board is 11ft. deep but i am a really good swimmer well if you go you might see me im always there luckily my fav show is not on at summer I love 24 whith kiefer sutherland weel have fun this summer BYE(: (: (: (:
LOVED IT SINCE I WAS IN 6TH GRADE. I AM FROM CHOCTAW.I ALL WAS WANTED TO BE A LIFEGUARD ,I HAD BEEN WATCHING HIM MAKE SURE SHE WASNT' DROWING. DANIEL WAS A GOOD GUY A VERY PROFESSIONAL.....BRAVO!! IWILL BE LOOKING FOR THAT KIND OF EXCELLNCE FOR MY NEW GRANDBABY WHEN SHE COMES HERE
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