Myers Memorial Pool


Located in the heart of Winooski, the Myers Memorial Pool has been a place of recreation and growth for community members since 1975. The Myers Memorial Pool was originally opened in the mid 70’s to provide a low-cost recreation option during the summer months. The original pool remained a community hub that fostered new friendships, childhood memories, and communal gatherings until the pool was temporarily closed in 2016 for a complete renovation. The City, with the support of the Myers Memorial Pool Foundation, undertook the 3-year process of designing and engineering a new facility to continue driving the legacy of the original Myers Pool onwards for future generations! The newly renovated pool facility includes a 6-lane lap pool (depths from 4’ - 8'), a zero-entry program pool (max depth of 4’), spray features, and a 16 ft water slide.

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2024 Season Passes

  • The Myers Memorial Pool opens to the public on Sunday, June 2, 2024, and season passes are now available for families, adults, youth, and seniors! Click here to purchase.
  • Season passes include access to all open swim hours, lap swim hours, aqua aerobics, and low-stimulus swim blocks for the 2024 season. Scholarships for Pool Passes are available for Winooski residents only. Please follow the instructions during the checkout process to request a scholarship. To inquire about setting up a payment plan, please email before registering.

Event Space Rentals

The community room located at the Myers Memorial Pool facility is rentable for camps, birthday parties, meetings, and celebrations. Click here to reserve.

Offbeat Creemee

The City of Winooski is officially partnered with Offbeat Creemee to be our exclusive ice cream provider at the Myers Memorial Pool! Offbeat Creemee churns plant-based creemees and ice cream inspired by Vermont's culinary influences. They are a Winooski-based, BIPOC woman-owned and operated business with over 10 years of experience and education.

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