The last day for fitness swim this season will be October 6th. As seen above, there will ONLY be afternoon fitness swim + regular weekend fitness swim times. Thank y'all for a wonderful season! See y'all next year!
The City is opening all facilities to the public effective March 10. Visitors to City facilities will be requested but not required to wear a mask and will be required to maintain social distance while interacting with City staff, per City Council direction.
Additionally, the City of Castroville staff, contractors, and volunteers will be requested but not required to wear a mask when social distance can’t be kept and when interacting with members of the public. Staff also will be required to go through health screenings at all of our facilities, and Plexiglas, signage encouraging safety measures, and distancing stickers will remain in place.
We encourage everyone to keep doing their part to protect one another and help stop the spread of COVID-19:
Wear a mask
Practice social distancing
Wash your hands
Welcome to the Castroville Regional Park Pool!
The Regional Park Pool is an outdoor pool located at 816 Alsace, Castroville, TX 78009. The 200,000-gallon pool includes an instructional area, six 25-yard lanes for lap swimming, and diving well. For those who will be swimming and are over the age of two, the daily entrance fee is $5. The Regional Park Pool has changing rooms available but does not provide lockers. Snacks and drinks are available from our vending machines, but participants may bring their food.
Programs include fitness swim, public swim, swimming lessons, night swim, and a summer swim team. All programs are open to anyone who wishes to participate.
A few relevant rules to remember:
1) Wear your swimsuit at the pool. Basketball shorts and cutoff shorts are not allowed.
2) Only water is permitted on the lower pool deck; all food and other drinks must stay on the upper pool deck.
3) Children seven and younger must have an adult in the water with them. The adult must remain within arm's reach of the child.
4) Alcohol, glass, and violence is not permitted at the pool.
Our goal is to make the Castroville Regional Park Pool safe and fun so thank you for helping us keep it safe!