Summer in Tennessee is HOT and there are lots of places to cool off. If you are in Sumner County, TN make plans to visit one of these Sumner County Pools and Beaches. Each place on our list is either free or has a daily fee – you do not have to have a membership to go. Go for a swim or just splash around. Either way, your kids will thank you!

Gallatin

Gallatin Civic Center (Map)

Indoor Pool with lap swim as well as a shallow area for free play

Whirlpool spa and sauna are available to people 16 and over

Cost: $4 Gallatin resident  – $5 non-resident

NEW in 2018 – The Tommy Garrett Aquatics Facility (Map)

This facility will feature an outdoor pool with 3 water slides (a 50ft speed slide, a 137 foot spiral slide and a 164 foot spiral slide). There will also be a splash pad, water towers and more!

Opens May 26, 2018
Hours :  Monday – Saturday  10AM – 8PM
Sunday  1PM – 6PM
Cost : $7  (Multi day passes and discounts available)

 

Hendersonville

Lock 3 Beach (Map)

Sandy Beach w/swimming area
Fishing/Boat Dock
Picnic Area

 

Avondale Recreation Area (Map)

Lake swimming (No beach)
Picnic Area
Fishing/Boat dock

 

Goodlettsville

Pleasant Green Pool – (Map)

Open May 26, 2018 through the first weekend in August.

Hours : Monday – Saturday 10AM-5PM
Sunday 12PM-5PM
Cost : $5
Age 2 and under Free
Several Pass types available – Information can be found at this link.

 

Portland

Richland Park Pool (Map)

Open Memorial Day Weekend 2018

Hours :  Monday – Saturday 11AM – 5PM
Sunday  1PM – 5PM
Cost :  $5
Children under 4 are free

 

Visit other area pools and splash pads – Davidson County Splash Pads, Davidson County Pools, Wilson County Splash Pads and Pools, Rutherford County Pools and Splash Pads.

About Rachel Kline

Rachel KlineRachel is a Middle Tennessee native, born and raised in the Nashville area and having lived in Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, and Mount Juliet. She is mom to 3, step mom to 4 and Grandma to one (so far!)