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Woodlands-area Pools & Spraygrounds
altThe Woodlands has 13 community pools open for the regular season of June 2 - August 15. Want to know which pools are best for teens or toddlers? Which have shade over the baby pool? Zero-depth entry? Cool stuff to climb on? The Splash Guide (available at each pool) has a wonderful map and guide to amenities. 
There are also community pools in Oak Ridge North, Conroe, Tomball and Shenandoah.

Mondays-Saturdays: 10am-8pm
Sundays: 1pm-6pm
Independence Day: 10am-6pm (FREE to the public!)
Mondays-Saturdays: 12pm-6pm
Sundays: 1pm-6pm
Independence Day: 10am-6pm (FREE to the public)

  • Daily Admission
      • 48 inches and taller: $10
      • Under 48 inches tall: $8
      • Cash or check only for daily fees for exact amount. No change.
  • Season Passes (Register online, in person at The Woodlands Township Recreation Center or over the phone by calling 281-210-3950)
    • Residents
      • 0-2 years old: $6
      • 3-64 years old: $40
      • 65 years and up: $15
      • Additional Family Member Pass (over four members): $15
    • Non-Residents
      • 0-2 years old: $30
      • 3 years and older: $120
      • No additional family member or senior discount
  • Punch Cards
    • Resident Punch Cards accepted at 12 pools, excluding Rob Fleming Aquatic Center (six visits): $30
    • Resident Rob Fleming Aquatic Center Punch Card (six visits): $40
    • Non-Resident Rob Fleming Aquatic Center Punch Card (six visits): $55


There are seven spraygrounds located at in The Woodlands:alt
They are open to the public March 1 to October 31 and are free to use from 8am-8pm daily. During the regular pool season, Sawmill and Shadowbend are only accessible for free before and after pool hours. During pool hours a pool pass or daily fee is required. Rules and details on operations can be found here.
There are a few other spraygrounds to try in the greater area:
Don't forget to bring sunscreen, towels, a change of clothes, snacks/drinks and a picnic blanket. Water shoes are also great for kids to prevent slipping. My kids also love basic plastic cups or buckets to fill up and splash with. your social media marketing partner
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