Cottage Lake Pool
Pack up your pool noodles and sunglasses to take a dip in the Cottage Lake outdoor pool this summer in Woodinville starting June 19.
Located in Cottage Lake Park, this community pool, operated by the Northshore YMCA, is one of the only outdoor pools in King County. It has four lanes and features a water slide and 84-degree water temps. When you've had enough time in the water, check out the other park amenities including a playground, basketball court, and high ropes course.
The pool opens on Monday, June 19, 2023 with reservation-based programming for lap swim, water walking, and recreational swim along with group and private swim lessons and private pool reservations.
So, get ready to have some water fun in the sun, and don’t forget the sunscreen!
Register to lap swim or water walk, play in the pool during recreational swim, or improve swimming skills in lessons.
Please read answers to frequently asked questions about Cottage Lake Pool below.
Cottage Lake Pool is located at 18831 NE Woodinville Duvall Rd in Woodinville. Map location >
The Cottage Lake Pool will run from June 20 - September 3, 2023 from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.
Group swim lessons open for registration at 6:00 am on April 15 for Y members, April 22 for Community members for all summer offerings.
Private swim lessons open for registration monthly at 6:00 am on the 15th for Y members and on the 22nd for Community members for the following month of programs.
Private pool reservations open for registration at 6:00 am on April 15 for Y members, April 22 for Community members for all summer offerings.
Reservations for lap swim, water walking, and family recreational swim open at 6:00 am for Y members on May 15 and for Community members on May 22 for all summer offerings.
Yes, you may make back to back reservations.
Fees per reservation:
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Recreational swim allows individuals to swim and play in the whole pool.
Fees per reservation, per person:
We invite you to bring your own Personal Floatation Device for all non-swimmers who cannot pass the YMCA’s swim test. All Personal Floatation Devices must be Coast Guard-approved and adults must always be within an arm’s reach. We do not allow for any type of air-filled floatation devices.
For safety reasons, we ask that any swimmers who are 13 years old or younger pass a brief swim test. The test consists of:
A test won't be required if the child or teen will be within arm’s reach of someone 14 years old or older for the entirety of the time they are in the water.
If your children pass our swim test, you do not need to be in the water with them and can sit on the pool deck while they swim. We ask that you stay on the pool deck during your reservation while your children are in the water. Everyone entering the facility, whether using the pool or not, is required to have a reservation.
We will have designated seating for each family that enjoys open swim. If members are not in the pool, they should be seated in their designated area and continue to abide by pool rules or appropriately supervised by an adult.
As of April 2022, the YMCA of Greater Seattle no longer operates the Yost Pool in Edmonds.
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