Forty-six acres of activities
There's a playground, tennis courts, a gazebo, expert landscaping, picnic tables, walking trails, running trails, and a skate park located inside San Pedro Springs Park. If you're bringing friends or family members where everyone has a different preference, you're sure to find something for everyone.
Easy access to delicious food and beer
When you're done swimming, hit up nearby The Cove, Press Coffee, Southerleigh, Sparky's, or Hi-Tones, just wait a half hour before you jump back to the pool.
Nearby exercise options
Work up a sweat running the park's trails and dive straight into the cold waters of the pool. Nothing feels better. If you don't mind dancing in public and prefer to exercise in water, the pool occasionally holds Zumba classes.
Family friendly, but easy to escape
A common complaint about San Pedro Springs Park is its family friendly nature. It's easy to escape the madness, though. Most families and small children hang out in the shallow end, leaving the south end of the pool for those needing a peaceful experience.
It's filled with potable municipal water
Remember the pools from your childhood that burned your eyeballs and turned your hair green? Fear them no more. San Pedro Springs Pool is pumped with nearly 5 million gallons of potable water a year and is treated to swimming pool code standards during the summer, so don't fret about adverse reactions to floating chemicals.