Idlewild PoolCurrently Closed
- Address: 1805 Idlewild Dr, Reno, NV 89509, USA, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-7753342267
- Tags: Family And Kids, Swimming Pool
To relax, enjoy, and play in clean waters of indoor and seasonal outdoor pools, you must visit this place at least once. The EMNECC pool, Idlewid pool, northwest pool and trainer pool will welcome all the individuals. The facility also renders swimming lessons, water fitness, and aquatic training with certifications. You can book your tickets prior and register yourself for different activities, provided by the center. You are always welcome to host your parties, functions and other programmes in this pool area. Don’t miss the chance to relax yourself in this cool pool water.
How to Reach Idlewild Pool
- Rented car/ taxi.
Idlewild Pool Reviews & Ratings
Took 7 people was 31 bucks. So about 4+ bucks each person. Water was amazing and the pool is HUGE, they also have a kiddy area that is GREAT for 5and under . Definitely will be going back. The staff, also , wonderful!
This park is beautiful there is a kids pool and I guess this a pond we got some ducks lots of trees it is so gorgeous sorry my picture wasn't very good cuz I enlarged it to get a picture of the ducks there's also a kids playground
I love it here and have been coming here for thirty years :). It’s never a dull moment.
Large green shady park by the river. One of my favorites.
Great pool for lap swim if you love the long course. Even in the late season, the short course setup means you're almost guaranteed your own lane. Open swim is, well, crowded and the 2 or 3 lanes separating the shallow and deep ends isn't kept clear of kids hanging on the ends of the pool (despite being right below the guard station). Otherwise, this is clearly the best pool in Reno with ample parking throughout idlewild park. The staff and facilities are top-notch with the noted except maybe the lack of toilet stalls and one-temperature water for pre/post shower. Regarding the problematic hours and short season, this is largely mis-management by CoR and not the local pool mgmt. My semi-but-not-completely informed perspective: They pay the guards a really low wage (like ~$10/hr) and have trouble finding/keeping staff. You needs lifeguards to keep hours of availability, and the city just doesn't provide sufficient incentive to work there. The pool itself, like most others, is managed as well as it can be at that level.