Support Our Partners
Skinchanted Spa Banner Ad

Peekskill Pool: How To Cool Off This Summer at the Depew Park Pool

Are you looking to cool off this summer at the Peekskill pool in Depew Park (officially called the Veteran’s Memorial Pool) but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you.

Forget about digging through the City of Peekskill website looking for Parks and Rec PDF, just follow this helpful guide. We’ll have you swimming in the Peekskill pool in no time.

First, get a Peekskill Pool ID from the Parks and Recreation office in Depew Park

An ID card is required to get access to the Peekskill pool, but keep in mind, it’s not the pool permit itself. Starting May 1st you’re able to visit the Parks and Recreation office to purchase your ID card.

The Peekskill Parks and Recreation office is located in Depew Park at 1 Robin Drive. The summer (July-August) hours for the office are Monday-Friday 8:30am – 3:45pm.

Residents and Non-Residents can purchase ID cards.

Residents must show two proofs of residency:

  • Drivers License
  • Car Registration
  • Household Bill (eg. telephone, cable, Con Ed)

The cost to purchase an ID card varies by age, and residency status.

Ages 0-4No ID
Youth (Ages 5-17)$16
Adults (18+)$21
Replacement Card$5
Peekskill Pool ID Card Pricing Table

All ID card purchases include a free 1st entry to the Peekskill pool. If you need to renew your photo ID it’ll cost $8.50 for youth cards and $11 for adult cards.

The Peekskill Veterans Memorial Pool in Depew Park on an overcast day.

Next, decide if you want to visit the Peekskill pool using a season pass or day pass

Do you see yourself at the Peekskill pool on the daily all summer long? You’re probably going to want to grab a season pass to save some money and allow for seamless access to the pool.

If you know you’re going to be using the pool sporadically, a day pass is probably the way to go.

Here’s how the pricing breaks down for season passes:

Resident Season Pass (Adult)$103
Resident Season Pass (Youth)$78
Resident Season Pass (Veteran)$90
Non-Resident Season Pass (Adult)$196
Non-Resident Season Pass (Youth)$146
Peekskill Pool Individual Season Pass Pricing Table

There are also family season passes:

Resident Family of 5 Season PassUp to 5 members, 2 adults & 3 children$213
Resident Family of 3 Season PassUp to 3 members$178
Non-Resident Family of 5 Season PassUp to 5 members, 2 adults & 3 children$416
Non-Resident Family of 3 Season PassUp to 3 members$356
Peekskill Pool Family Season Pass Pricing Table

Note that if you want to add additional family members to a family pass, the cost is $20 for each additional child and $40 for each additional adult.

With daily passes, you pay a fee each time you visit. Here’s the pricing breakdown for day passes:

Resident Adult$8
Resident Youth$6
Resident Veteran$7
Non-Resident Adult$13
Non-Resident Youth$9
Peekskill Pool Day Pass Pricing Table

Senior citizens residents and children 4 and under may swim for free.

Can I bring guests to the Peekskill pool?

Swimming is funner with friends, and it’s not a problem to bring a pal along with you to the Peekskill pool. A resident or non-resident with an ID card may bring guests to the pool as long as they accompany their guests at all times.

Guest fees are as follows:

Youth (Ages 5-17)$11
Adults (18+)$15
Seniors (60+) Residents OnlyFREE
Peekskill Pool Guest Pass Pricing Table

What are the opening hours and dates of the Peekskill pool?

Pool season begins on May 25th and runs through September 2nd. Hours vary throughout the season, consult the following table for the opening hours of the Peekskill pool:

DatesWeekday HoursWeekend Hours
May 25 – June 26Closed11:00am – 7:00pm
June 27 – August 91:00pm – 7:00pm11:00am – 8:00pm
August 10 – September 21:00pm – 7:00pm11:00am – 7:00pm
Peekskill Pool Opening Dates and Hours