City of Denton Parks and Recreation manages the Civic Center Pool (CCP), the Natatorium (NAT), and Water Works Park (WWP). An All-Access Pass is available for all three aquatic facilities with a discounted rate for Denton residents.
To learn more about the Water Works Park Season Passes, Cooler Passes, Lounger & Cabana Rentals, and more, visit dentonwaterworks.com.
Looking for more ways to stay cool this summer? Visit our splash pad at Carl Young, Sr. Park. A 9.8-acre neighborhood park that includes a playground, basketball goals, and a sprayground. Just push the button to make the water start!
- Can I purchase a membership to all three aquatic facilities?
Yes, we offer an individual All Access Annual Pass at a discounted resident rate of $150 per person. The nonresident rate is $155. We also offer an additional discounted rate for the purchase of four or more at $120 per resident and $125 for nonresidents.
Four or more passes must be purchased in the same transaction.
- Is Denton Natatorium (NAT) a public pool?
Yes, the NAT is a public pool that operates under a joint-use facility agreement with Denton Independent School District, therefore making the NAT accessible to DISD for swim meets, practices, and water polo matches.
- How long is one length of the competition pool?
The competition pool is 25-yards in length. There are 8 lanes with a depth of 5-ft or greater and an additional 2 shallow lanes.
- When does Water Works Park open?
Water Works Park opens on May 28, 2022. It is open daily through Aug. 9, noon - 6 p.m., and then weekends only, Aug. 13-Sept. 5.
To learn more about admission to the park, visit dentonwaterworks.com.
- Can I bring my own blow up floats to the pools?
No, the only flotation devices permitted are U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets and puddle jumpers.
- Can I bring a cooler into Water Works Park?
Coolers are permitted with the purchase of a Cooler Pass.
Passes are available for $5 a day or $60 for the season. Commercial food/beverage is prohibited inside of Water Works Park. Unopened water bottles will be allowed, 1 per person. All other drink containers must be empty upon entering. Water bottle refill stations are located throughout the park and inside the Natatorium lobby.
Monica MartinAquatics Manager