Celebrate your birthday party or special event with us at the outdoor pool. The pool deck has swings, tables with chairs, and lounge chairs. There is a shallow water area for sunbathing or for small children to enjoy, volleyball nets, basketball goals, and water polo goals in the pool. Your guests can also enjoy other features such as the vortex and hot tub for anyone over 13 years of age.
The outdoor pool is available for special events April 1st-October 30th (weather permitting). You must be a member of the Student Recreation Center to reserve the outdoor pool. Pool parties cannot be combined with Rock Wall or other parties; you must register for those areas separately. Two parties can be booked per event date unless one of the parties has booked 76-100 guests, which would make it a private event.
|Saturday Morning Parties, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM||$200.00|
Each party may have a maximum of 50 attendees.
Current USA students, Athletic teams, student organizations, or academic departments may reserve the outdoor pool for their organization with USA attendees only. Please call the Aquatics office at 460-6460 for date, time, and price information.
You must check in at the front desk before going to the pool deck to set up. Once you have checked in with the lifeguards you can use the outdoor pool gate to bring in your party items.
We provide lifeguards on the deck, tables for each party, umbrellas (we no longer have canopies but you can bring one if you like), noodles, volleyball and basketballs, and use of all furniture on the pool deck.
You may bring in pool toys, food and drinks for your event.
Your guests can park in the parking lot in front of the Student Recreation Center or in the lot below the pool by the pump room (once on Stadium Drive, go to four-way stop and turn left rather than making a U-turn.) Parking is also available in the gravel lot off of Old Shell Road before you get to Stadium Drive. Please note that this lot is not available during USA baseball games and parking may be difficult during special events at the Mitchell Center.