Des Plaines Park District

Pool Hours and Fees

Chippewa Pool

197 N. 8th Avenue  Map and Directions
847-391-5705 x2 (Pool information hotline)
Pool Rules and General Information


General Admission

All Ages
Residents
Adult: $7
Senior and youth: $6

Non-residents
Adults: $9
Senior and youth: $8
All residents of the City of Des Plaines, regardless of whether or not you live within the boundaries of the park district, pay the resident rate for daily admission to the pools, and for season pool passes.

2019 Chippewa Pool Hours

Pool hours are always weather permitting. Check Rainout Line, Facebook and Twitter for updates.
Use the Rainout Line app and get updates as they happen.

2019 Regular Season: June 8–August 18
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: noon–9p
Closed at 4p on Wednesday 6/26 and 7/17, for swim meets.
Closed at 6:00p on these Wednesdays 6/19, 7/10, and 8/7 for Middle School H2O Nights.
Tuesdays: noon–6p, with Adults Only swim from 6:15–9p
Saturday and Sunday: noon–6p (8p on evenings with no private party.)
Chippewa Pool is available for private party rentals, on Saturday and Sunday evenings, from 6:30–8:30p

Special Events
Thursday, June 20: World’s Largest Swimming Lesson. 11a–noon. R: Free NR: $5. Bonus: Come for the lesson and stay all day!
Middle School H2O Nights: June 19, July 10, August 7. Splash-in parties for grades 6–8. Pool closes to the public at 6:00p.
July 4: noon–7p

2019 Post-Season
August 12–30: Monday–Friday, 4–8p • Saturday & Sunday, noon–7p.
August 31–September 2 (Labor Day Weekend) Saturday–Monday: noon–7p
Post Season dates and times are subject to change without notice based on attendance, weather, and staffing. Rainout Line


Iroquois Pool

2324 Maple Street at Touhy Avenue  Map and Directions
847-391-5705 x2 (Pool information hotline)

2019 Iroquois Pool Hours

2019 Regular Season:
Through August 11
Monday–Friday: noon–5p and 7p–9p
Saturday & Sunday: noon–7p

2019 Special Hours and Events
July 4, 2019: noon–7:00p
Saturday, July 13: The annual Cardboard Boat Regatta, 10:00a–noon.
Open to all brave sailors ages 5 and older. Read all about it in the Spectrum Program & Events Guide.


WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF IROQUOIS POOL?
We plan to keep Iroquois Pool open in 2019. And in 2020 as well. While Iroquois is more than 50 years old, and is well past the natural life of a pool built in that era, our outstanding mechanical wizards have kept it operating safely and economically. Will that always be possible? No. Outdoor pools don’t last forever, and maintaining them eventually becomes impractical. Upgrading, or demolishing and rebuilding a pool on this site is not possible for some simple reasons: there is not enough land to upgrade or build within the current safety and land management codes. We could not meet the mechanical, ADA, and storm water detention requirements. We’re researching options for building some type of water activity area on the south end of Des Plaines, and will be gathering community input.


Mystic Waters

2025 Miner Street Map and Directions
847-391-5740
Mystic Waters website

For Mystic Waters Hours and Fees, click here

2019 Regular Season
June 8–August 11
2019 Post-Season
August 12–18
August 19–23: Closed. Please enjoy Chippewa Pool this week.
August 24–25


Rosemont Indoor Swimming Pool

Rosemont Indoor Pool

6101 Ruby Street, Rosemont Map and Directions
847-823-6685

Hours

Pool hours and fees are subject to change.
Note: October 1–April 30, Rosemont Pool closes at 9:00pm 

Public Swim Hours
May 1–September 30:
Monday – Wednesday: 8:00-9:30p
Thursday & Friday: 6:30-9:30p
Saturday: 1:00-4:00p
Sunday: Closed

General Admission

Residents:
16 and older $2
15 and under $1
Seniors, 60+ Free

Non-residents:
16 and older $5
15 and under $4
Seniors, 60+ $3


We have a cooperative agreement with the Rosemont Park District for use of their fine facilities.

  • Barry Street Rec Center
  • Margaret J. Lange Park Building, including the  Splash Pad.
  • Rosemont Pool, during open swim hours.

Please note that the Des Plaines Park District boundaries are not the same as the City of Des Plaines boundaries.
If you live within the park district boundaries, you receive resident benefits.
For a map of the Des Plaines Park District Resident boundaries please click here.

• A charge of $7.00 will be assessed to all Des Plaines Residents age 15+ to use both Barry and Lange Recreation Centers. Des Plaines residents under 15 will not be charged. All Des Plaines residents MUST provide an ID for entrance to the Centers. All other non-residents will be charged $10.00.
• A charge of $5.00 will be assessed to all Des Plaines residents 2 + to use both Barry and Lange Splash Pad, anyone 16 years of age and older will not be charged if they are accompanying a child under 6 years; otherwise you will be charged. All Des Plaines residents MUST provide an ID for entrance to the Centers. All other non-residents will be charged $15.00.

Read more about the Rosemont Park District facilities on their website: Rosemont Park District