West Seattle YMCA Pool

4515 36th Ave. SW
Seattle, WA 98126
The West Seattle YMCA pool is a short course 25 yard 6 lane pool. It is 6 feet in the deep and 3 feet in the shallow. This is the swim team’s main practice facility.
From I-5: Take West Seattle Bridge Exit---Turn Left onto 35th St. (your first light)---Turn Right onto Snoqualmie St. (your second right)---Turn right onto 36th (your first right) The YMCA will be on  your left.



Colman Pool

8603 Fauntleroy Way SW
Seattle, WA 98136

Colman Pool is a long course 8 lane 50 meter pool that is located on the beach of Lincoln Park in West Seattle. To access the pool you must park your car and walk along the beach. Located below in the google map link you can see the preferred parking lot for easiest access and the path that you can take to the pool.


From I-5: Take the West Seattle Bridge Exit---Continue Straight onto Fauntleroy Way---Follow the arterial to the park---There are two parking lots, park in the second lot closest to the ferry terminal for easiest access to the walking path.

Evergreen Community Aquatic Center

606 SW 116th St.

Seattle, WA 98146

The Evergreen Community Pool is located next to the Evergreen High School campus and Athletic Fields, at the south end of White Center.  The pool has nine 25 yard lanes allowing for simultaneous lessons, lap swims and swim team activities. This is used as a temporary practice facility.


 From I-5: Take West Seattle Bridge Exit---Turn Left onto 35th St. (your first light)---Turn left onto SW 106th St. (four-way stop) ---Turn right onto 26th Ave SW (first stop light)---Turn left on SW 116th St. (four-way stop) ---Continue until you pass ---Entrance is on Left driveway just after Evergreen campus.(If you reach the stoplight at 4th Ave SW you have passed the pool).

Hazen Pool

1101 Hoquiam Avenue NE
Renton, WA 98059
Hazen Pool has 6 lanes, a "cool down" section for swimmers. The deck is quite wide so families can sit on the deck with their swimmers if they bring chairs or blankets. There is also a bleacher section. It's a nice pool for meets, with dedicated space for computer and announcements, as well as easy access for spectators to cheer for their team and take photos.
From I-5: Take I-405 N (to NE Park Dr. in Renton) --- Take exit 5 from I-405 ---Take WE-900 E/NE Sunset Blvd --- Merge onto NE Park Dr. --- Continue onto WA-900 E/NE Sunset Blvd. Turn right onto Hoquiam Ave NE (the pool will be on your right). Don't park in the first parking lot in front of the High School (unless you want to walk!). Pass the High School sign and make a right in the parking lot right behind the high school. That's where the pool is.



King County Aquatic Center (KCAC)

650 SW Campus Drive
Federal Way, WA 98023
The Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center (A.K.A. KCAC) is a World Class Facility that was designed and built for the 1990 Goodwill Games. It is an 8 lane long course meter pool that can be transformed into two short course yard pools.  There is a full size diving facility used for warm up and cool down between events for swimmers as well as a large array of spectator seating for parents, friends and family.


From North or South I-5: Take Exit 142B---Go West on 348th (becomes Campus Drive) Facility will be on the right 2 miles from I-5


Mount Rainier Pool

22722 19th Ave South
Des Moines, WA 98198

Mount Rainier Pool is an indoor pool located next to the Mt Rainier High School campus. Please be aware that it is in Des Moines, IT IS NOT the Rainier Beach Pool in Seattle! The pool has very limited space around the deck, so families have to sit in the bleachers while swimmers can sit around the pool deck. The pool has 6 lanes and a separate section for "cool down". It is not very easy for spectators to get close to the pool for cheering or taking photos (not much space + access through locker room).

PARKING: There are very limited amount of spots in the swimming pool parking lot.  Please use the Mount Rainer High School lot. Parking on 19th Ave isn't a great idea. The East side of 19th is a bike lane, and the West side of 19th (on the pool block) is a no parking zone in front of the houses.


From I-5: Take Exit 149 from I-5 South ---Continue on WA 516 W/Kent Des Moines Road ---Turn right onto WA-516 W/Kent Des Moines Rd (signs for Washington 516 W/Des Moines)--- Turn right onto 21st Ave S --- Turn left onto S 232nd St. --- Turn right onto 20th Ave S. (20th Ave S turns slightly left and becomes S 229th St.) ---Turn right onto 19th Ave S (the pool will be on your right).


Snohomish Aquatic Center

516 Maple Avenue
Snohomish, WA 98290
The Snohomish Aquatic Center is a 52,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility. It includes a competition pool but also a recreation pool, a warm-water pool, spray-play area, lazy river, waterslide, etc. Great for siblings of our swimmers!

From I-5: Take I-5 North to US-2 E/Hewitt Ave Trestle in Everett --- Take exit 194 from I-5 N --- Continue on US-2 E --- Take the 88th St SE exit. Turn right onto 88th St SE --- Continue onto 92nd St SE --- Continue onto 2nd St. --- Turn right onto Maple Ave and keep going. The pool will be on your left.


Southwest Community Center Pool

2801 SW Thistle St.
Seattle, WA 98126
Southwest Community Center is located between Denny Middle School and Chief Sealth High School. It is a 6 lane short course yard pool. It is a multi-purpose pool that will be used for swim meets or occasionally used for an alternative practice facility. 

From I-5: Take West Seattle Bridge Exit---Take a left onto 35th Ave. (at the first light)---take a left onto Thistle St. and the community center will be on the right.