El Pueblo Pool

ElPueblo Pool

The El Pueblo Pool and the El Pueblo Activity Center, Senior Center, Neighborhood Center are a part of the Richard Ortiz Barker Regional Complex located in El Pueblo Park.

El Pueblo Pool features a water slide, 25-yard course for lap swimming, shallow water area with a 2.5-foot depth and shade structure. The deepest water is 6 feet.

Activities, Amenities, and Programs


  • Adult Lap Swim
  • Recreational Swim


  • Combination Pool (6 lanes)
  • Water Slide (141-foot-long slide) - currently closed for maintenance


  • Swim Lessons


Pool Rules

  • Observe all safety regulations.
  • Safety/rescue equipment is for EMERGENCY USE ONLY.
  • No glass allowed in pool area.
  • Dispose of trash properly.
  • No running, pushing, or boisterous play in pool area.
  • No swimming during lightning storms.
  • No pets allowed in pool area.
  • Persons with cuts, infections, or communicable disease should NOT use the pool.
  • Suntan oils and lotions should be removed prior to using the pool.
  • Use showers and restrooms prior to entering pool.
  • Diving is allowed in designated areas ONLY.
  • Guests in street clothes must observe from the designated area.
  • Appropriate swimwear is required.
  • Food, drinks, and smoking in designated areas only.
  • All swimmers not toilet trained are required at all times to wear the following: a disposable swim diaper, plastic pants to cover the diaper, and a swimsuit.
  • No children under 7 years of age will be admitted to the pool area, unless accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.

General Rules

  • Patrons must obey the lifeguards at all times.
  • Behaviors that endanger or distract other swimmers such as pushing, running, dunking, riding of shoulders or back, or various forms of horseplay are not allowed.
  • Patrons may not visit with lifeguards on duty.
  • Food and drink (other than water in plastic containers) are not allowed in the pool area.
  • Smoking, tobacco products, and gum chewing are not allowed at pool facilities.
  • Masks, fins, and snorkels may be used only by adults in the lap lanes or in an organized and supervised class or program. Persons requiring such equipment because of a disability may do so with the approval of the Pool Supervisor.
  • All flotation devices must be Coast Guard-approved (USCG on tag). Such devices may be worn only by non-swimmers actively supervised by and adult on a one-to-one basis. Specialized non-Coast Guard-approved flotation devices may be worn during instructor-led fitness and adaptive classes.
  • All patrons are required to leave the pool area when lightning is in the area. Refunds will not be given for inclement weather.
  • Lewd or abusive behavior will not be tolerated.


Contact Us

Contact Information

Phone: 520-791-4873
Class Registration: 520-791-4877
Fax: 520-791-4008

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5100 S. Missiondale Rd, Tucson 85706  View Map

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