Fairbury Municipal Swimming Pool
Fairbury City Park
Fairbury, Ne 68352
Season: Late May to Late August
Monday - Sunday
1:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The City of Fairbury has been awarded the Master Parks Plan and Pool Feasibility Study grant from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development. Click Here to view
The Fairbury Municipal Swimming Pool, located in the Fairbury City Park, was built in 1946 and refurbished in 2009. The Fairbury Swimming Pool measures 155 ft x 62 ft, ranging from 3 ft to 12 ft in depth. The depth ranges from 3 ft in the shallow end to 12 ft in the deep end. There are two shallow pools for small children; one measuring 15 ft x 21ft, 1 ft deep and the other measuring 25 ft x 25 ft, 2 ft deep. The pool is fully-staffed with a minimum of two lifeguards on duty at all times. There are showers, restrooms and lockers available to store clothing and valuables. There is a concession stand and a picnic shelter/gazebo on site.
The Fairbury Swimming Pool is located near the Fairbury Softball Complex, the Frontier Fun Park and a driving range to hit golf balls.
Fairbury Swimming Pool Season Fees
- 5 and under free
- Daily Single $2.50
- Single Season $40.00
- Family Season $70.00
ADMISSION IS FREE
All children 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult
FOR THE PROTECTION OF ALL CHILDREN: All children who are still in diapers must wear ‘swimmer’ diapers
They can be purchased at the pool office for, $1.00 a pair. (they are disposable) There are different sizes available.
The pool will not open unless the temperature is at least 70 degrees at one o’clock, or if it is raining at that time. Even if conditions get better later in the day, the pool will be closed for the rest of that day. The decision to close the pool is at the manager’s or assistant manager’s discretion, such as in cases of adverse weather conditions or other conditions that would warrant the pool’s closing.
All swimmers must be able to swim across the 12-foot before going off the diving boards for the first time. When using the diving boards, swimmers must go off the front and not off the side of the boards.
Sitting or spitting water
Hard ball, inner tubes or floating devices
Swimming near or under boards or water slides
Climbing on or diving from lifeguard stands
Flips or backdives off side of pool
Diving in shallow end
Hanging on the ropes
No smoking on pool grounds
No food or pop allowed in pool area (must stay behind the ropes at picnic tables)
However, water is allowed in the pool area
PUBLIC SWIMMING LESSONS
$20 per person for 10 hours of lessons.