Aquatics Center

Aquatic Center Hours of Operation:    Memorial Day Weekend – Early August
Sunday-Saturday, 12pm – 6pm
Open late until 8pm on Thursdays

The Sapulpa Aquatics Center is CLOSED for the 2020 season. We look forward to seeing you in 2021!

Aquatic Center Office Hours: April 15-August 15, Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm (Outside of pool season, closed for lunch 1-2pm)

Entrance Fee: $4 per person (3 years and under free), $1 discount when arriving the last hour of the day (Sunday - Saturday 12 Noon - 6pm) Required for swimmers and non-swimmers

The City of Sapulpa Aquatic Center is a public swimming pool with concession, covered picnic area, and changing facilities. The pool has a zero entry with large shallow area, three slides, multiple spray/fountain features, and a deep end of 5 feet. Aquatic Center entry fee required for swimmers and non-swimmers. Concession items range in price from approximately $.25-$2 and usually include hot dogs, beverages, candy, nachos, pizza, pretzels, ice cream, sno-cones, and more. (Prices and items subject to change without notice.) The Sapulpa Aquatic Center offers swimming lessons for children ages 6 months and older, hosts Fit Sapulpa’s Aqua-Zumba class, and can be rented for private parties. See below for more information.

The Aquatic Center is on the west side of Liberty Park, a city park including a splash pad, multiple play structures, a walking/jogging trail, reservable covered picnic pavilions, cookout grills, public restroom, and courts for basketball, tennis, pickleball, and sand volleyball. Visit the Liberty Park page for more information.

By entering the Sapulpa Aquatic Center, patrons agree to abide by all Aquatic Center Rules & Regulations.

Daily Pool Breaks: Fri-Weds, 3 pm – Thurs 2:40pm and 5:20pm

The pool is cleared of all patrons for 20 minutes during each pool break. These breaks provide a natural time for camps and large groups to gather their belongings to leave, as well as a break to encourage patrons to reapply sunscreen and use the restroom.

Visit our Rates & Rentals page for:

  • Entrance Fees
  • Group Rates
  • Private Rentals / Pool Parties
  • Swim Lessons
  • Season Passes


Combine the fun of a Zumba class with the resistance of water and you get Aqua-Zumba! Taught by our friends at Fit Sapulpa.

  • $5 per person per class (pay instructor directly)
  • Must be 14 years or older
  • Maximum 80 people per session

Offered Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Contact Fit Sapulpa at 918-813-5055 to register.

Swim Lessons

Trained City of Sapulpa lifeguards teach forty-minute swim lessons, Monday through Thursday, for two-week sessions. Lessons begin at 8am, 8:45am, 9:30am, and 10:15am. Not all levels are offered every time slot - contact the Aquatic Center for schedule.

Swim Lessons Rates: $40 per session per child  ·  $5 Discount if registered before May 1st

Prior to April 15, register for Swim Lessons in-person at the Parks Administration Office (515 E Dewey, Sapulpa) then pay in-person at City Hall (425 E Dewey, Sapulpa). 

After April 15, register and pay in-person at the Aquatic Center (701 N Brown, Sapulpa) during Office Hours (Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm, closed for lunch 1-2pm). Registrations and financial transactions cannot be completed via phone or electronic communication.

Baby & Me (for children 6 months-3 years) focuses on getting young children comfortable in the water utilizing play, songs, and games. This class focuses on putting your face in water, floating, rolling over, and moving arms and legs in the water, all while physically supported by an adult.

All other levels focus on front and back crawl, elementary back stroke, floating on front and back, treading water, and retrieving an object at bottom of the pool.

  • Level 1: Students learn skills with physical assistance from instructors. They are encouraged, but not required, to attempt skills independently by the end of the course. Students must be able to maintain their body position and perform swimming actions independently, be very comfortable in the water, and be able to submerge their face before advancing to Level 2.
  • Level 2: Students must perform skills independently, without physical support from instructors, to pass this level.
  • Level 3: Students perform skills independently and with confidence in order to pass Level 3.
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