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Indoor Swimming In Indianapolis
A couple of years ago, Indy with Kids published a list of all of the places you could go swimming in the Indianapolis area because you kept asking, “Where can I go swimming indoors in Indianapolis?” It was a numbered list called “8 Places You Can Go Swimming Right Now”. Then we added a ninth indoor swimming pool and now there’s a 10th and there’s a chance that as our city grows, there will be more and more places to go swimming indoors in Indianapolis and the surrounding area. Winter places can enjoy traditionally summer activities too, right?
Where can my kids take swim lessons in Indianapolis? We’ve got those covered too! And yes, that list keeps growing as well. As with all activities and events listed on our site, please call ahead to confirm dates and hours of operation, weather & maintenance closings and prices.
See you at the pool!
Krannert Family Aquatic Center
605 S. High School Rd., Indianapolis 317.327.7375 $3 adults/$2 kids, kids 2 and under free. Tuesdays & Thursdays 11am-1pm and 4-5:30pm, Saturday 1:30-5:30pm Website
Splash Island Indoor Aquatic Center
651 Vestal Rd., Plainfield 317.839.POOL
$8.75 adults/$7.50 youth/$5.50 preschool. Discounts for Plainfield residents. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 11am-1pm and 5pm-9pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays 11am-2pm, Saturdays & Sundays 1pm-9pm. Winding river, 2 story water slide, children’s play area and zero depth entry! Website
Indy Island Aquatic Center
8575 E. Raymond St., Indianapolis 317.862.6876
$5 adults/$4 kids weekdays +$1 weekends, kids 2 and under free. Wednesdays & Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 12-5pm. Our favorite feature is the water playhouse with a small slide, geysers, and lots of spray features! Website
Family Food Tips Courtesy of Indiana’s Family of Farmers
Most indoor pools will have a designated area that it is okay to eat snacks or lunch (or even your dinner). Do not bring glass. My kids love to pack a little cup with peanut butter and all the things to dip in the PB: pretzels, celery, carrots, pieces of bagel and apple slices.
IWK and IFOF want you to know that meals with your family can be affordable, at home AND on the go!
LaShonna Bates Indoor Aquatics Center
1450 S. Reisner St., Indianapolis 317.327.7340
$2.50 adults/$1.50 kids, kids under 2 free. Thursday & Friday 4pm-7pm, Saturday noon-5pm. Children’s play area with geysers, waterfalls, other spray features and a water slide! Zero depth entry. Website
4649 W. Vermont St., Indianapolis 317.327.7390
$2.50 adults/$1.50 kids. Monday, Wednesday, Fridays 11am-12:30pm & 4-5:45pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-5:45pm and Saturdays 12-4pm. Website
George Washington Community School Pool
2215 W. Washington St. Door #6, Indianapolis 317.327.5918
$2.50 adults/$1.50 kids. Tuesdays & Thursdays 4:30-6:30pm & Saturday 12-4pm. Aquaclimb rockwall and splashketball hoop. Website
Monon Community Center Indoor Pool
Central Park Drive East, Carmel 317.848.7275
$10 adults/$6 kids, age 2 & under free. Monday-Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday noon-8pm, Sunday 9am-7pm.
Zero-depth activity pool, Tot slide, Interactive water features, Vortex, Two water slides. Website
Caribbean Cove Hotel/Indoor Waterpark
3850 DePauw Boulevard, Indianapolis 317.872.9790
Fridays 4-10pm, Saturdays 10am-10pm, Sundays 10am-7pm. Day passes are $15 (special discounts with school ID’s or donations for Gleaner’s Foodbank) During spring break, day passes are $25 and special hours are available. Website
Your Local YMCA of Greater Indianapolis – Many clubs offer use of the pool for the price of a day pass. You will need to check with your local club for open swim hours and prices and polices regarding guest passes.