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Barton Springs Pool

Barton Hills, Austin
  • B W.
    "Cash only, gets very crowded (cheio de gente) when it's nice out on the weekend."(4 dicas)
    Wendy B.
    "Go for a run along the lake in Zilker Park (parques) and bring your swim suit."(8 dicas)
    Jeff H.
    "Look for free parking (com estacionamento) by the back gate on Robert E. Lee."(5 dicas)
    Samantha d.
    "Best place on the lake (lager) to rent from."(2 dicas)
209 Dicas e avaliações
  • trilha
  • casual
  • parques
  • lager
  • com estacionamento
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  • Mary D.
    Mary DawsonAgosto 2, 2017
    Best outdoor pool! Great views of the city, lots of space to enjoy the sun or swim and they even offer night swimming! Perfect spot to cool off on a super hot day.
    Voto a favor Sep 1
  • Rosie d.
    Rosie dJunho 21, 2013
    I have been swimming here literally since before I was born! I'm like 4th generation Barton springs swimmer and I love it!I love to dive or go by the underwater caves and explore with some goggles!fun
  • Danielle B.
    Danielle BeckFevereiro 16, 2015
    A mix of man made and nature makes this the perfect place to relax on a winters night. Less than 10 people in the whole pool area allows you to relax on the rock and listen to the running water.
  • Ranu R.
    Ranu RajkarnikarAgosto 11, 2016
    So refreshing and relaxing. Drink up before you go because no alcohol or food allowed but the residents price of $3 (even if you're just a temporary "visiting resident") can't be beat.
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkMaio 23, 2012
    On busy summer days, go up Robert E. Lee drive on the east side of Zilker and park near the softball fields. There's a back entrance to the pool at the top of the sunbathing hill.
  • Outdoor Voices
    Outdoor VoicesNovembro 19, 2015
    This is one of Tyler Haneys, founder of Outdoor Voices, favorite spots in Austin. It stays around 70 degrees all year round in Austin, so Tyler says it's perfect for a dip (or to stretch next to). Leia mais
  • Men's Health Mag
    Men's Health MagAgosto 3, 2014
    6 times longer than an Olympic pool, Barton Springs snakes its way through Zilker Park. Training here builds endurance. You swim against waves and since it's a long pool there's no momentum from turns Leia mais
  • CollegeFashionista
    CollegeFashionistaJaneiro 14, 2014
    If it’s warm outside (especially in the summertime), Barton Springs is a great getaway from city life and fun outdoors location for relaxing, tanning or swimming in the spring water pool.
  • Delight G.
    An Austin summertime favorite. This spring-fed natural pool has a year-round average temperature of 68 degrees F. Admission is $3 for adults. Feel free to bring your own gluten-free picnic!
  • Erin J.
    Erin JueAgosto 22, 2015
    I would'nt go to the free side. The free side of Barton Springs is'nt very safe. You're aloud to bring dogs on the free side, but not on the paid side. There is a lot of Algea, but overal it's fun!
  • David S.
    David SequeiraJunho 11, 2012
    Definitely a must-do when in Austin. Great people watching. Watch the fat guy do belly-flops. The pool is FREEZING but just do it, theyre are kids and infant children in there... YOU CAN DO IT!
  • Jordyn B.
    Water was super cold but nice in the heat. Pretty crowded but we easily found a place to put our stuff and have space to swim. There’s a gate/kiosk on the other end of the building that had no line
  • Chevrolet
    ChevroletMarço 7, 2011
    Want to get away from it all? Three dollars gets you in, but it will take more than that to get you out on a hot day. The pool is fed by an underwater spring and stays a cool 68 degrees all year.
    HISTORYAbril 7, 2010
    Three acres in size, the pool is fed from under ground springs and is on average 68 degrees year round. Over the years it has drawn people from all walks of life.
  • LuisYo A.
    LuisYo AlvaradoJulho 4, 2016
    Loved it! I didn't know there was a free side but the paid one is in much better condition. You can pay cash or go to a kiosk outside and pay with credit card. However you need to make the huge line.
  • High Definition
    High DefinitionFevereiro 27, 2012
    Esteve aqui mais de 5 vezes!
    The best way to get in the water is by jumping in! It's not ideal but it's the best way to fight the chilly water. btw there's parking on both Robert Lee Rd or Barton Springs Rd.
  • Julie S.
    Julie SekachevAgosto 5, 2017
    It's a nice place to hang out with friends but the water is freezing! If you love to swim you will not last in the water longer than a few mins at a time.
  • Camden A.
    Camden ArmsbySetembro 3, 2017
    Love this place!!! Great spot for swimming and relaxing just 10 minutes from downtown. It's a special place
  • Laughing Squid
    Laughing SquidFevereiro 28, 2012
    Pack light, bring a towel, some snacks, lay on the lawn and when it gets too hot, just dive right in. The cold water is nearly unbearable for only a short spell. Bring $mall bills for admission.
  • Delight G.
    This spring-fed natural pool has a year-round average temperature of 68 degrees F. Admission is $3 for adults. Feel free to bring your own gluten-free picnic!
  • Mary Helen M.
    Mary Helen McNallyMaio 2, 2011
    Esteve aqui mais de 5 vezes!
    If you find the water a little cold, try swimming down to the weedy areas if the deep end where it's a bit warmer. If you like it chilly, the area around the diving board stays the coldest!
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkJunho 27, 2012
    Next to the pool, there is an area for people to take dogs. It's divided by a fence, so dogs can't intrude on the sunbathers, but it looks really fun.
  • Jessica J.
    A classic Austin spot. There is no place like the springs. Coolest spot on a hot summer day.
  • Ian M.
    Ian MohammedAgosto 1, 2016
    BRING CASH!!! the two credit card processing machines are insanely slow and the wait JUST to buy tickets from them is about 30 min minimum. You then have to stand in line for entry.
  • B W.
    B WNovembro 30, 2014
    An Austin must see. Bring a floatie and do some people watching. Cash only, gets very crowded when it's nice out on the weekend.
  • Sarah F.
    Sarah FoleyJulho 28, 2014
    A perfect pause during our trip to Austin. Grab a spot in the shade or in the sun and take a dip in the pool every so often to beat the Texas heat.
  • Melon L.
    Melon LSetembro 9, 2015
    Great way to spend an afternoon. $4 for non-residents. Buy a ticket at the machine, but still gotta wait in line.
  • Social N.
    Social News NetworkAgosto 14, 2013
    Definitely the go-to hang out spot for Austinites during the summer. There's a mixed crowd, but its always a good time.
  • Brian F.
    Bring water and drinks, but just keep them in a bag. Food and alcohol isn't allowed, but just keep it on the down low and you'll be fine
    Voto a favor 3 semanas atrás
  • Parth A.
    Parth AgarwalAgosto 3, 2015
    Worth a dip on a sunny afternoon. Nice crowd and has a nominal entrance fee. Do not forget to carry a spare pair of clothes.
  • Amy J.
    Amy Johnson CookSetembro 5, 2013
    $3 to swim and sun and you can come in and out all day with a hand stamp equals best way to beat the heat ever.
  • Bri S.
    Bri SmithJulho 23, 2013
    It's VERY slippery along the moss-covered boulders. I slipped and smacked the back of my head on them. After EMS chauffeured trip to ER- concussion. BE CAREFUL!
  • Let's Go
    Let's GoMaio 17, 2011
    Perfect on hot days, this 1000-feet-long, spring-fed swimming hole in Zilker Park is kept around 68˚F year-round and flanked by walnut and pecan trees. Leia mais
  • Samantha d.
    Samantha deanNovembro 30, 2014
    Best place on the lake to rent from. Customer service orientated and great trip to Barton springs from there
  • Trish S.
    Trish SantosJulho 21, 2017
    It was cool justt very crowded. We went in July so that's probably the reason. The water is FREEZING but it did feel good after swimming a bit. Just jump in dont think😉
  • Tiffany
    TiffanyAbril 19, 2016
    Perfect to relax in on a sunny afternoon. Entrance fee is like $2 but it'll definitely be worth it.
  • Lauren M.
    Lauren MacJulho 20, 2015
    An Austin gem, just dive in! Also, go through the back way, MUCH shorter line
  • Brad K.
    Brad KingJunho 2, 2010
    I recommend bringing a book (and sunscreen) and reading on the side of the hill. The kids/families are on the shallow end (near the entrance); the adults are by the deep end. Do it!
  • Meghan H.
    Meghan HodgesNovembro 23, 2014
    I like it, waters always cold, but there are SO many people and the free side is eaten up with too many unsupervised dogs.
  • Brian M.
    Brian MenkeAbril 4, 2012
    Great place to spend an afternoon. The bottom of the spring is slick and rocky though. You may want to wear some aqua socks to protect your
  • Kayliegh B.
    Kayliegh BarnesAgosto 3, 2013
    Heard it's topless from the locals but didnt see that in action. They clean it every Thursday! Beautiful people and lots of sweet tattoo exposure. Best way to break in my first trip to Austin!
  • SoundCloud
    SoundCloudMarço 4, 2012
    This is a great natural spring fed pool in the middle of Austin! A great place to tan, swim & hang out.
  • Wendy B.
    Wendy BryantSetembro 13, 2011
    Go for a run along the lake in Zilker Park and bring your swim suit. Head over to Barton Springs Pool for a nice cool down. Don't forget a towel.
  • Nat
    NatJulho 12, 2015
    Austin's best pool by far- always cool and always relaxing.
  • Damian B.
    Damian BayonaSetembro 8, 2017
    Cool, refreshing water perfect for a hot TX day. Come before 8am for a workout and discounted entry
  • Ria N.
    Ria NdutAgosto 27, 2014
    Too much kids, gets a little loud, the water temp is refreshing a great escape on the humid hot day
  • Austin American-Statesman
    Austin American-StatesmanFevereiro 8, 2012
    Brace yourself: The water in Austin's iconic swimming hole is a constant 68 degrees, and that's eye-poppingly cold, especially when you're jumping in on a 100-degree day.
  • Kelsey J.
    Kelsey JonesMaio 31, 2013
    The water is super cold! Go when it's 100 degrees or at the hottest time during the day! Don't forget SPF is your BFF :D
  • Jc P.
    Jc PoseidonSetembro 16, 2015
    Large swimming area cheap entry fee. The water is very refreshing with texas summer heat.
  • Allison A.
    Allison AbbottOutubro 12, 2015
    What an amazing urban find! Never seen anything like it; absolutely an incredible place to spend a hot day in Austin.
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