Plymouth Veterans Memorial Pool
Open for the Summer – See Schedule Below
Swim Waiver Notice
Anyone under 18 years of age will need to be accompanied by an adult to sign a Swim Waiver.
If you have any question or concerns about the pool facilities please contact City Hall at 209-245-6941 ext. 260 or
email us at email@example.com
If you would like to rent out the pool for an event you can contact City Hall or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This pool truly is a community pool and because of generous contributions from our citizens, it was able to be fully restored, making it the nicest pool in Amador County!
Contact the pool directly at: 209-245-4231
We will be following any guidelines that are put in place by the County. It is our hope that friends and families can swim and play together following those guidelines. The grass area is great place to hang out, and with our seasonal shade wings in place it makes it a nice and enjoyable place to get out of the hot sun.
For the safety of our citizens the pool is certified yearly to be used as a public pool. We receive excellent marks on all levels of this certification and we work daily to keep it clean and safe for everyone. There will also be certified lifeguards to ensure the safety of everyone that is enjoying the pool.
This pool not only provides a nice place to bring your family, but it also acts as a fire suppression water storage facility to be used by the fairgrounds in case of a fire. If the pool water is needed for a fire the facility will not be open to the public at that time.
Amador County Recreation Agency ACRA) will be running the programs and providing the life guards at the pool. Call 209-223-6349 for more information or click on the link below to go the ACRA website.
Anyone under 18 will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian, so that a waiver can be signed.
Please bring your own chairs, blankets or towels to sit on, as chairs will no longer be provided. Shade sails are up for when you want to take a break from the sun.
Anyone with long hair must restrain their hair with a swim cap or ponytail/braid to protect the pools drain a filtration system. Cotton shirts and cut off shorts are not allowed for the same reason. Thank you
Babies and toddlers are required to wear swim diapers while in the pool. A new state law requires the swim diaper to be changed every 15 minutes of pool time.
No sanitary napkins are allowed in the pool.