If you’re aching to swim, your easiest option now is the ocean.
Beyond that, some classic Southern California hotel pools and a handful of public aquatic centers have opened. Several are listed below.
Many water parks and public pools (including all Los Angeles city pools) remain closed, as state and county officials gradually adjust their pandemic guidance.
Facilities that are now open or soon will be include:
In Riverside County, Corona’s Glen Ivy Hot Springs opened June 22. Reservations required.
In Orange County, Irvine’s William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center reopened June 15 with lap swimming and water-walking offered by reservation only. Irvine’s Northwood Aquatics Center also reopened June 15 with reduced capacity and programming.
In Aliso Viejo, the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center opened June 13, limited to half