The Beacon Public Outdoor Pool
reopened last Summer after years of sitting idle, and its first season was a big hit. Once the city announced the pool was reopening for 2016, people anxiously waited for opening day to arrive and bought season passes early.
Season passes are still available and you can also purchase day passes at the pool for you and your family. Day passes will be $3 for kids and seniors, $4 for adults.
The River Pool At Beacon - Floats In The Hudson River
The River Pool at Beacon will be returning in early July and will be located just off the north shore of Pete and Toshi Seager Riverfront Park. As is tradition, the pool will be open to the public and free of charge, but you can make donations at any time. This is a unique chance to say you swam in the Hudson River. The pool is circular and is really a floating net, with benches lining the brightly colored perimeter under water for you to sit on, or small children to walk on. Lifeguards will be present during pool hours which will be Tuesday to Sunday, noon to 6:00 pm (weather permitting).
Don't forget, there's also always room for you to take a dip in Fishkill at All Sport's outdoor pool.