The Ellinwood Swimming Pool is an important and integral part of the total summer recreation program. The pool operates with the highest possible degree of safety, effectiveness, efficiency and commitment to the safety of the swimmers.
Splash Into the Summer Season
Check out the new Splash Pad! Splash Pad hours are the same as the pool.
Summer Season Passes
Family Season Pass
The Family Season Pass provides unlimited entry to recreation swim for the entire summer season. The pass includes people from one household, and must include one adult member in the household.
- Full Season Pass: $80.00 for a family
Individual Season Passes
The Individual Season Pass provides unlimited entry to one person for recreation swim for the entire summer season.
- Youth / Adult / Child: $30.00 for an individual
For information on summer season passes, please contact the Swimming Pool at (620) 564-3441 or the City Office at (620) 564-3161.
Daily Admission Charges
For individuals without season passes, the daily admission prices are:
- Youth/Adult: $1.25
The Swimming Pool offers a baby pool that is free of charge.
About the Classes
- A fee may be assessed at the time of registration for the fitness class.
- All classes are held at the Ellinwood Swimming Pool.
For more information or to sign up for a Water Fitness class, please contact the Ellinwood Swimming Pool at (620) 564-3441.
Groups & Parties
Private Pool Parties
The Ellinwood Swimming Pool is available to rent for private parties. Party date and time must be reserved and approved by pool management in advance.
- Private Pool Parties can be scheduled to begin at 8:00 P.M. and run no later than 10:00 P.M.
- The cost is $30.00 per hour with 1 lifeguard; an additional $10.00 per hour for 2 lifeguards.
- Minimum of 2 lifeguards or 1 lifeguard per 25 swimmers.
For more information or to schedule a party, contact the Ellinwood Swimming Pool at (620) 564-3441.
Water safety is the highest priority for the pool staff. View the Pool Rules to help make sure your next visit to the pool is as safe as possible.
How can parents prevent accidents?
- Enroll children in swim lessons
- Make sure children aged three and under are at least an arm’s length away or less
- Continuously watch all of your children, no matter what age
Facts that parents may not know
- Shallow water is the most common area for drowning, especially in water that is three feet deep or less
- Sending your child to hang on the wall by the lifeguard stand is actually a blind spot in their scan