Deep Eddy Pool

Pool, Park
401 Deep Eddy Ave (Lake Austin Blvd)
Austin, TX 78703
8:00am - 8:00pm
8:00am - 8:00pm
8:00am - 8:00pm
8:00am - 8:00pm
8:00am - 8:00pm
8:00am - 8:00pm
8:00am - 8:00pm


  • Off the beaten path and one of the best pools for kids in Austin. (Great for lap swimmers too.)
  • Deep Eddy Park is home to the oldest swimming pool in Texas! On Saturday nights during the summer, bring your favorite float, $3, and good company to enjoy the showing of a classic movie.
  • Hot Hot Hot - cross the parking lot in the scorching heat, lay down your towel, dive into this spring-fed pool! The oldest swimming pool in Texas according to their site.
  • Went here after seeing the line at Barton. Same water source ... So much less crowded. Cleaner bathrooms.
  • The mural is fabulous be sure to see it up close!
  • It's got cool water like Barton Springs, but it's got swimming lanes that are 33 yards long. Truly funky and truly Austin!
  • Fed with natural, unchlorinated well-water -- finish a refreshing swim with Jim-Jim's Water Ice from the concession -- perfection!
  • No other way to spend a Saturday night!
  • Want to catch the swimmers in action? Experiment with different shutter speeds -a fast shutter speed can freeze action, whereas a slow shutter speed can blur a moving subject.
  • Be sure to check the summer schedule for Splash Party Movie Nights, when families can float and catch a free flick on an outdoor screen. Powered by
  • Swam laps for thirty minutes. Ahhh...heaven.
  • Note that Austin resident admission was increased to $5 and non resident to $9.
  • A really great spot for swimming that isn't as crowded as Barton Springs. Water is cold and there is lots of space.
  • The oldest swimming pool in Texas. Water is cold since it's spring-fed but it's perfect on crazy hot days
  • Great public pool in downtown Austin. Super chill spot to beat a hot day
  • Nice pool and family friends fun .
  • Stop by the historic Deep Eddy Pool in Austin for a swimor summertime Dive-In Movie.
  • Oldest swimming pool in Texas and perfect for laps! Huge hillside for lounging, sunbathing or just enjoying a great book!
  • Not quite Barton Springs but less crowded. I often go here to escape the crowds.
  • In the early 1900's, Deep Eddy hosted a circus show with horses diving into it (Lorena's diving horse). - Check out the mural on the Northwest side for a very cool history of Deep Eddy timeline.

Nearby places

2307 Lake Austin Blvd (at Veterans Dr)
2315 Lake Austin Blvd
525 N Lamar Blvd. (btwn W 5th & 6th)