Dave Tressel Memorial Pool

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For 2024 Membership Rates CLICK HERE

The pool will be open daily from 12pm to 7pm from June 1st through August 11th

The outdoor pool facility consists of a wading pool that is zero depth to 2 1/2 feet. It contains a water fall mushroom in the shallow end. The large pool is 3 ft. to 12 ft. It has a diving well with one diving board. There is also a slide in the 3 foot end of the pool. We offer lounge chairs and concessions that provide food and beverages.

Public restrooms are available at the outdoor pool. The doors are on timers that lock at night and open in the morning. To get onto the pool deck you must enter your pass number at the pool front desk or pay the daily guest admission price. You will then be given a wrist band which must be worn at all times while on the pool deck. If you do not have one, you will be asked to leave the pool deck. The entrances to the pool and rest rooms do have video surveillance.


Ages 2-5 = $6.00         Ages 6-59 = $10.00         Ages  60+ = $6.00

Children under 2 are free with adult 


We offer pool parties both during regular hours and also after hour private parties.  

For pool party application CLICK HERE


Everybody who enters the pool area must either have a valid season pass or pay the drop in fee for the day, whether entering the water or not.


The pool will be closed if the air temperature is 69 degrees or below.


There are no refunds due to weather or otherwise.


  • Children must be 10 years of age or older to be admitted to the pool without a parent, guardian, or another adult supervisor.
  • Proper swim attire is required; no cut-off jeans, gym shorts, street attire or thong bathing suits.
  • Children who are not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper.
  • Glass, alcohol, smoking or use of other tobacco products, foul language, in-line skates, skateboards or bikes are not allowed in the pool area.
  • Chairs and lounges are for adult use only.
  • Floatation devices or toys are not allowed in the large pool.
  • No snorkels or face masks that cover the nose permitted.
  • No running throughout the facility.
  • No playing on or near the stairs.
  • No diving, flipping, pushing, splashing, spitting, dunking, horseplay, or hanging onto the safety ropes.
  • Jumping into the pool permitted only from the side white gutters, facing forward, feet first.
  • Ringing the bell once indicates break periods; ringing the bell twice indicates emergencies. Except as specified below, all patrons must exit the pool during breaks or emergencies.
  • Guests aged 18 years or older and infants under one year of age may remain in the pool during breaks.


  • Children must be 10 years of age or older to be admitted to the pool without a parent or guardian or another adult supervisor.
  • Guests aged 18 years or older and infants under one year of age may remain in the pool during breaks.


  • All General Pool Rules apply.
  • An adult or guardian must accompany all children. No exceptions.
  • The baby pool is for children shorter than the fence separating the small and large pool.
  • Flotation devices and toys are permitted in the baby pool.
  • Children wearing approved flotation devices must be within an arm’s length of a parent or legal guardian. 


  • Divers must be able to swim to the side of the pool unassisted in order to jump or dive off of the board.
  • Only one person permitted on the board at a time.
  • Only one bounce on the diving board is permitted per diver.
  • Jump straight off the board, swim quickly to the ladder, and exit the pool.
  • The next in line to dive must wait until the first person reaches the ladder before going onto the board.
  • Back flips, inward dives and other competitive dives are not permitted.


  • Riders must meet the posted height requirements of 48”.
  • Maximum weight limit on the slide is 300 pounds.
  • Riders are not permitted to wear necklaces or bracelets.
  • In order to use the slide, swimsuits may not be embellished with plastic or metal rivets.
  • Only one person is permitted on the slide at a time.
  • Riders must wait for staff to okay the next rider.

If you have questions about rules, please speak to the on-site Aquatics Supervisor or the Head Lifeguard.

Patrons not following our policies and rules will be asked to leave and memberships may be revoked without a refund.

Participation in any activities has possible inherent and unforeseen risks, which may include injury or death. Anyone using any of the City of Berea Recreation parks, amenities or facilities must be aware of this fact, assume the risks, and be responsible for taking proper precautions. Precautions to be taken before participating in any activity offered by the City or at any of its parks or facilities include: a physician's examination and health clearance; adequate knowledge of skills; proper training and procedures; and knowledge of all rules and regulations of all City of Berea Recreation Department Parks & Facilities. All activities undertaken at all the City of Berea parks or facilities are at the participant’s sole risk.

For the complete list of BEREA RECREATION DEPARTMENT PARKS & FACILITIES RULES AND POLICIES, Click on the following link: http://cityofberea.org/DocumentCenter/View/2852/2021-BEREA-RECREATION-CENTER-AND-PARKS-RULES-AND-REGULATIONS?bidId=

  1. Berea Municipal Pool

    Physical Address
    Berea Municipal Outdoor Pool
    Berea, OH 44017


    Mailing Address
    Berea Recreation Department
    451 Front Street
    Berea, OH 44017

  2. Carol Roman

    Aquatics Supervisor & Program Coordinator