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Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center Pool for Splash and Play

Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center Pool for Splash and Play

The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center pool is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Even after the summer is over, there is a playground and picnic area right outside which provides a place for active kids to get outdoors and enjoy a picnic.

lawn area outside the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center with a shaded picnic area and golf course visible past a fence

How to Get to the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center: Located off of Glenwood at Golf – in Aliso Viejo.

Option #1: From Interstate 405, exit at Irvine Center Drive and go west towards the ocean. It will turn into Moulton Parkway and you can turn right onto Glenwood. (Option #2: You can also exit at El Toro and turn left onto Moulton for the right into Glenwood.) From Glenwood, take a right onto Golf and into the Glenwood at Aliso Viejo development.

Option #3 would be to take the 73 Tollroad, exit at Glenwood and head down the hill, making a left onto Golf after crossing Aliso Creek Road.

Once inside the development, drive straight ahead toward the fountain roundabout and park in the large lot. (Address: 29 Santa Barbara Drive, Aliso Viejo) MAP TO THE ALISO VIEJO AQUATIC CENTER POOL

sidewalk with fountains visible past hedges and underneath palms

Special note: The aquatic center is open to the public, but residents of the City of Aliso Viejo receive special privileges not available to the public.  For instance,

  • city residents pay $2 less than non-residents for daily admission.
  • only residents may reserve the pool for parties.
  • resident season passes cost less per person.
half of an oval-shaped pool with brown lounge chairs at the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center

Aquatic Center

  • 25-meter pool
  • Recreation pool
  • Splash pad
  • Toddler wading pool
  • The Oasis Cafe (snack bar)
round concrete in-ground spa with lawn area nearby
  • Locker room facility for use by Aquatic Center guests
  • Swim lessons by Premiere Aquatics
  • Party reservations for residents only
stonework for outdoor fireplace with arbors on either side for photos

The smaller playground near the pool is a public city park (see photo below), but the colorful playground near the entrance to this community off Glenwood is PRIVATE. 

small playground encircled by short 1-foot concrete wall

another view of the same playground where you can see a twisty slide and climbing board with grips

Checklist:

shaded area covered by a dark wood shade cover over concrete

Originally published August 2010.

Aquatic Center & pool photos courtesy of Premiere Aquatics.

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