BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - If you and your friends or family want to visit a City of Buffalo pool or splash pad, you can find a complete list of them below:
All splash pads operate 7 days a week 11am – 7pm (open until 8pm only through Wed July 17th).
Humboldt Basin MLK, Jr. Park – Fillmore & Best
Masten Park – Best & Orange
Kensington Pool – Kensington & Grider
Houghton Park – foot of Spann St
Lincoln Recreation Center – foot of Quincy St
Lanigan Field House - Fulton & South Park Ave
Cazenovia Park – next to Caz Casino
Allison Pool – Reese St
Centennial Pool – foot of Porter Ave
Schiller Park – Sprenger St next to pond
Roosevelt Park – foot of Roosevelt Ave
All outdoor pools operate 11am – 7pm, except for required weekly down day as specified below
Allison Pool – 50 Reese St – closed Sunday
Centennial Pool – foot of Porter Ave – closed Saturday
Crowley Wading Pool (only 2ft deep) – Tonawanda & Crowley St – closed Saturday
Houghton Pool – foot of Spann St – closed Sunday
JFK Pool – 114 Hickory St – closed Saturday
Kensington Pool – Kensington & Grider – closed Sunday
Masten Pool – Best & Orange – closed Saturday
MLK, Jr. Park Wading Pool (only 2ft deep) – behind MLK Casino – closed Sunday
Riverside Pool – 2505 Niagara St – closed Sunday
Shoshone Pool – 467 Beard St – closed Saturday
Cazenovia Pool – 626 Abbott Rd – Closed Mondays - Open 9am-8pm Tues-Fri/Open 11am-6:30pm Sat & Sun
Lovejoy Pool – 1171 E. Lovejoy St – Closed Tuesdays – Open 9am-8pm Mon & Wed-Fri/ Open 11am-6:30pm Sat & Sun
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