Mountain Park Aquatic Center in Gwinnett County has many features, including water slides, a Lazy River and zero-depth entry point. Contributed by Gwinnett County
Photo: For the AJC
Photo: For the AJC

Water slides and lazy rivers: What you’ll find at Gwinnett pools

From hydrotherapy benches and lap pools to “water vortexes” and giant water slides, you can find a variety of aquatic attractions at Gwinnett County’s public pools.

The pools are open for the summer and ready to help you cool off. Each has per-person entrance fees that vary by age and county residency; you can check each pool’s fee details at the county parks and recreation website.


READ | Gwinnett County pools: When and where you can swim this summer

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Here’s what you can expect at each of Gwinnett County’s public pools:

Best Friend Park Aquatic Center, 6224 Jimmy Carter Blvd., Norcross

• An outdoor pool with “zero-depth” entry (gradual, like a beach or lake shore)

• Giant water slide

• Water play structures

Bethesda Park Aquatic Center, 225 Bethesda Church Road, Lawrenceville

• Indoor pool with zero depth entry

• Giant water slide that exits and re-enters the indoor pool building

• River channel

• Water play structures

• Water vortex

• Ceiling spray

• Hydrotherapy benches

• Indoor instructional pool for lap swimming, exercise and lessons

• “Wet classroom”

Bogan Park Aquatic Center, 2723 N. Bogan Road, Buford

• Indoor competition pool for lap swimming and exercise

• Indoor pool with zero-depth entry

• Giant water slide

• Water play structures

Collins Hill Park Aquatic Center, 2200 Collins Hill Road, Lawrenceville

• Indoor competition pool for lap swimming and exercise

• Outdoor pool with zero-depth entry and river channel

• Water play structures

• Two giant slides

Dacula Park Pool, 205 Dacula Road, Dacula

• Outdoor pool 

• Six lap lanes for exercise

• Diving well

Lenora Park Pool, 4315 Lenora Church Road, Snellville

• Outdoor pool with zero-depth entry

• Giant water slide

• Water play structures

• River channel

• Shade structure

Mountain Park Aquatic Center and Activity Building, 1063 Rockbridge Road, Stone Mountain

• Indoor competition pool for lap swimming and exercise

• Indoor instructional pool 

• Outdoor pool with zero-depth entry 

• Two giant water slides

• Water play structures

• River channel

• Bubble bench

• Water vortex

Rhodes Jordan Park Pool, 100 E. Crogan St., Lawrenceville

• Outdoor pool with zero-depth entry

• Giant water slide

• Water play structures

• River channel

• Three lap lanes

West Gwinnett Park Aquatic Center, 4488 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Berkeley Lake

• Indoor competition pool

• Indoor instructional pool 

• Outdoor pool with zero-depth entry 

• Two giant water slides

• Water play structures

• River channel

• Bubble bench

• Water vortex

• Spray bar

Find out hours for all Gwinnett pools here.


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