Summer is officially here! There is no better way to beat the heat in Bergen County then to take a refreshing dip in a pool. If you don’t have a pool of your own we have some wonderful local pools right here in Bergen County.
Here is our list of Bergen County recommended pools.
This place has it all! A hidden gem over a hundred feet above River Road, this Spa is sure to not disappoint. Enjoy a day at the spa and finish the day off with a dip in the infinity pool with panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline. The Spa also has a hydrotherapy pool, family pool, splash pad, spray zone, and a waterslide.
This popular swimming hole in Palisades is perfect for the family. If you are not a member, simply bring your proof of Bergen County residency and pay the $15 admission. Open weekdays from 12pm to 7:30pm. Weekend and holidays from 10am to 7:30pm.
Open weekends only until June 26th, Then Darlington County Park Lake permits swimming daily through Labor Day from 10am to 6pm. The park has three lakes - two for swimming and the third is for fishing. Wood picnic areas are available so pack a lunch and plan to spend the day.
The Mahwah Township Pool Complex in Mahwah is open from 12pm to 8pm. Family memberships and daily passes are available. There is plenty of family fun to be had here with a playground on site, separate wading area for younger ones, diving boards, and lap lanes for swimming. You are sure to enjoy your day.
Nestled just north of Brookside Avenue, the Brookside Racquet and Swim Club is another great place to enjoy a summer day. The club boasts diving boards, slides, water volleyball inflatables, sand bottom and beaches, chlorinated pool area, and picnic groves. Memberships are available.
Located at the end of Berdan Avenue, this sand bottom pool is surrounded by beach and sand. Residents of Fair Lawn can enjoy membership to this pool and have the option of sponsoring non Fair Lawn residents.
Kiddie pool, swimming pool, slides, diving boards, and a café … Paramus residents are lucky to have this wonderful pool. There are resident rates and nonresidents need to be sponsored by a town resident.