Cool off at Como Regional Park Pool in Saint Paul this summer!
Summer weather is in full swing. Having multiple options for outdoor water activities is a must!
Add Como Regional Park Pool in St. Paul to your list of places to check out. With a lap pool, children’s pool, family slide, lazy river, aquatic climbing wall, and more, you will find something for everyone in your group!
Take note, this facility is closed from June 29-July 4. As of July 5, it will be open through Labor Day and would be a great place to cool off.
Como Regional Park Pool Amenities and Features:
Check out the full list of amenities and features offered throughout the park.
- 25-yard, six-lane lap pool
- Children’s activity pool with family slide with zero depth entry
- 400-foot lazy river with zero depth entry
- Equipment for lap swim and water aerobics
- Free life jackets available for use
- Two basketball hoops
- One-meter diving board
- Two diving platforms
- Aquatic climbing wall
- Men’s, women’s, and family Locker Rooms
- Sun shelters
Admission Prices for Como Regional Park Pool:
Admission can be purchased on a daily basis or summer membership.
- Daily Admission: $7
- Lap Swim, Water Aerobics, and Water Walking: $8
- Group (5+): $5 each
- Twilight rate (Enter after 5pm): $4.
- Tot Time (Sundays 9:30 am – 11 am), children under 6 years and their accompanying adult: $4 each
- Children 2 and under: FREE
When considering a membership, choose between Open Swim or All Access Summer Pass. An All-access membership includes water aerobics and lap swim in addition to open swim. Rates are different based on your residency.
Como Regional Park Pool offers Tot Time. Bring your tots to the pool without worrying about the crowds.
Tot Time is a time just for kids ages 6 and under and the adults that love them! As this time is designed for the youngest swimmers, just the splash pad will be open on Sundays from 9:30am – 11am.
Como Regional Park Pool is open daily. Be sure to check the open hours before heading to the pool.
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Kristi is married with twin daughters. She grew up on a small dairy farm, but now lives in the south metro area. She enjoys finding free or thrifty things to do whether they are outings close to home or last minute adventures to far-away places.
Kristi can also be found enjoying estate sales, attempting to garden, volunteering in the wetlands or a favorite thrift store, or maybe just enjoying a good play in one of the many theatre venues in the area.