GA listing: Outdoor pools in Bonn and the region

GA listing : Outdoor pools in Bonn and the region

The outdoor swimming pool season is already underway and jumping into a pool of cool water sounds even better as the weather gets hotter. Here is an overview of the outdoor swimming pools in Bonn and the region, including the special features each of them has to offer.

Water enthusiasts have a large choice in Bonn and the region. Here, we give an overview of all the outdoor swimming pools in Bonn and the surrounding area:

Römerbad

The Römerbad in the north of Bonn has two special features: A large wave pool - the only one of its kind in Bonn - and a ten-meter diving tower make the outdoor pool attractive for visitors. From 2019 there is also a splash pool area for children. The new children's pool has a total of 128 square meters of water surface.

Address: Bonn-Castell, Eduard-Spoelgen-Straße 11

Tel.: (0228) 67 76 11

Internet:www.bonn.de/baeder

Opening times: Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 8 pm (only the lap pool is open from early until 10 am), Saturday, Sunday & holidays 10 am - 7 pm

Admission: Adults 4 euros (after 6 pm, 3 euros), children and youth ages 7 - 18 pay 2.50 euros, family ticket for one adult and two children 7.50 euros

Melbbad

In Poppelsdorf, this pool is fairly close to the university and is frequented by students. It has grassy areas which get lots of sunshine. Visitors can play beach volleyball on two courts.

Address: Bonn-Poppelsdorf, Trierer Straße 59

Tel.: (0228) 7724 61

Internet:www.bonn.de/baeder

Opening times: Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 8pm (only the lap pool is open from early until 10 am), Saturday, Sunday & holidays 10 am - 7 pm

Admission: Adults 4 euros (after 6 pm, 3 euros), children and youth ages 7 - 18 pay 2.50 euros, family ticket for one adult and two children 7.50 euros

Panoramabad Rüngsdorf

This pool near the Rhine has a wonderful view of the Seven Mountains. A ten-meter elliptical-shaped diving platform, which is lit up at night is a big attraction and there is a 27.5 meter long slide that goes into the water. There is also a big playground area for children.

Address: Bonn-Rüngsdorf, Am Schwimmbad 8

Tel.: (0228) 33 13 24

Internet:www.bonn.de/baeder

Opening times: Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 8pm (only the lap pool is open from early until 10 am), Saturday, Sunday & holidays 10 am - 7 pm

Admission: Adults 4 euros (after 6 pm, 3 euros), children and youth ages 7 - 18 pay 2.50 euros, family ticket for one adult and two children 7.50 euros

Freibad Friesdorf

This pool is nicknamed “Friesi” and is a smaller pool. It has areas for swimmers and non-swimmers, a splash pool and a beach volleyball court, ping pong, a basketball hoop, soccer net and ball.

Address: Bonn-Friesdorf, Margaretenstraße 14

Tel.: (0228) 31 11 50

Interent:friesi.org

     

   

Opening times in summer during outdoor pool season: Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 8pm (only the lap pool is open from early until 10 am), Saturday, Sunday & holidays 10 am - 7 pm

Admission: Adults 4 euros (after 6 pm, 3 euros), children and youth ages 7 - 18 pay 2.50 euros, family ticket for one adult and two children 7.50 euros

Ennertbad

This pool is on the Beuel side of the Rhine River and has a Caribbean-like feel with painted parrots, monkeys and exotic birds. It has a five-meter diving board and the non-swimmer area has water cascades and a water slide.

Address: Bonn-Pützchen, Holtorfer Straße 40

Tel.: (0228) 48 27 64

Internet:www.bonn.de/baeder

Opening times: Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 8pm (only the lap pool is open from early until 10 am), Saturday, Sunday & holidays 10 am - 7 pm

Admission: Adults 4 euros (after 6 pm, 3 euros), children and youth ages 7 - 18 pay 2.50 euros, family ticket for one adult and two children 7.50 euros

Hardtbergbad

In Bonn, there is currently only one combined indoor and outdoor pool and this is it. Of course the outdoor pool is most popular in summer. During outdoor season, guests can feel authentic North Sea sand underfoot and sit on East Friesian roofed beach chairs - making for a real vacation feeling. It boasts a 33-meter water slide and water cascades in the non-swimmer area. There is also a beach volleyball court and a sandy playground area. Another highlight is a 400-meter climbing wall with various heights and levels of difficulty.

Address: Bonn-Duisdorf, In der Dehlen

Tel.: (0228) 62 62 18

Internet:www.bonn.de/baeder

Opening times: Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 8pm (only the lap pool is open from early until 10 am), Saturday, Sunday & holidays 10 am - 7 pm

Admission: Adults 4 euros (after 6 pm, 3 euros), children and youth ages 7 - 18 pay 2.50 euros, family ticket for one adult and two children 7.50 euros

Vorgebirge and Voreifel

Bornheim

The indoor leisure pool in Bornheim offers a first-class leisure time experience. There is plenty of space to play, swim and relax on the large sunbathing lawn and in the swimming pool. The highlight is the slide.

Address: Rilkestraße 3, 53332 Bornheim

Phone: (02222) 37 16

Internet:www.stadtbetrieb-bornheim.de

Opening hours: Mondays to Fridays: 10 am to 7 pm (pool area open until 8 pm), Saturdays and Sundays: 8 am to 7 pm

Entrance fees: for two hours: Adults: 4,50 Euro, children and teenagers (up to 18 years): 3 Euro, daily rate: 6 Euro / 4,50 Euro.

Rheinbach

Monte Mare is not a typical outdoor swimming pool, but also a sports and adventure pool and wellness resort. Here you can relax outside, swim and enjoy the sun. And if you feel like it, the indoor area also has a lot to offer, including a wave pool. For more adventure, Monte Mare also offers an indoor diving center with underwater volcanoes, tube systems and a grotto landscape.

Address: Münstereifeler road 69, 53359 Rhine brook

Phone: (02226) 90 300

Internet:www.monte-mare.de

Opening hours open-air section: daily 10 am to 8 pm

Entrance fees: for three hours on weekdays: adults: 8 Euro, children and teenagers (up to 17 years): 6 Euro; only the outdoor part: adults: 2 Euro, children and teenagers (up to 17 years): 1 Euro. Children up to one meter: free

Meckenheim

The indoor leisure pool with outdoor area in Meckenheim is located in the immediate vicinity of the school campus, between Königsberger Straße and Siebengebirgsring and is easily accessible for schoolchildren.

Address: Siebengebirgsring 6, 53340 Meckenheim, Germany

Phone: (02225) 91 74 75

Internet:www.hallenbad-meckenheim.de

Opening hours: Tuesdays to Fridays 6:30 am to 8 am (early swimming, Thursdays to 9:30 am) and 2 pm to 9 pm (Wednesdays to 5 pm), Saturdays and Sundays/public holidays 10 am to 4 pm

Entrance fees: Adults: 4 Euro, children and teenagers (up to 18 years): 2,30 Euro

On the Rhine and Sieg

Saint Augustin

The outdoor pool describes itself as quiet and family-friendly. On an area of around 40,000 square meters, the outdoor pool has four heated pools with diving towers up to five meters high. The outdoor pool also offers beach volleyball courts, table tennis and football goals.

Address: Husarenstrasse 51, 53757 Sankt Augustin

Phone: (02241) 29 013

Internet: www.sankt-augustin.de/baeder

Opening hours: Mondays: 10 am to 8 pm, Tuesdays to Fridays: 9 am to 8 pm, Saturdays and Sundays/public holidays: 10 am to 7 pm; During the summer holidays the bath opens Tuesdays and Thursdays already at 6.30 am. In September, the outdoor pool closes at 19.00 on all days.

Entrance fees: Adults: 4 euros (evening rate from 90 minutes before closing: 3 euros), children and teenagers (from 6 to 18 years): 2 euros (evening rate 1.50 euros).

Siegburg

The pool in Siegburg started the season with a new grandstand and a freshly lined pool. The main features remain: two beach volleyball courts, three different pools, a slide center with a tire slide, a competition speed slide and a tube slide.

Address: Zeithstraße 110, 53721 Siegburg, Germany

Phone: (02241) 96 99 712

Internet:www.oktopus-siegburg.de

Opening hours: Mondays to Sundays/public holidays: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (on Mondays the outdoor pool is closed in case of bad weather)

Entrance fees: Adults: 4 Euro (evening rate from 18:00: 3 Euro), children and teenagers (from 5 to 17 years): 2,50 Euro (evening rate: 1,50 Euro)

Rotter Lake

The Rotter Lake in Troisdorf is the only officially designated swimming lake in Bonn and the Rhein-Sieg district. Professional divers but also beginners can dive in the lake, depending on weather conditions you can see two to six meters.

Address: Uckendorfer Street, 53844 Troisdorf, Germany

Internet:rottersee.info

    

Much

The outdoor swimming pool in the Much forest sets itself apart with special theme evenings in addition to the usual swimming, i.e. a classics evening or various activities on the last Sunday of the holidays. The pool offers two slides, a match area and beach volleyball courts.

Address: Bockemsweg 7, 53804 Much

Phone: (02245) 91 11 06

Internet:www.waldfreibad-much.de

Opening hours: Mondays to Fridays: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays / Fridays: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; on holidays and bridge days 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Entrance fees: Adults: 4 Euro (evening rate from 6 pm is 3 Euro), children and teenagers: 2.50 Euro (evening rate 2 Euro)

Siebengebirge

Bad Honnef

In the leisure pool on the island of Grafenwerth, relaxation is assured. Mineral showers and mineral fountains, massage jets, a barefoot path, slides, a waterfall, a parent-child area and a playground help create a soothing experience.

Address: Grafenwerth Island, 53604 Bad Honnef

Phone: (02224) 90 13 717

Internet:www.bad-honnefer-baeder.de

Opening hours: Mondays to Fridays: 7 am to 8 pm, Saturdays and Sundays / Fridays: 10 am to 8 pm

Entrance fees: Adults: 4 Euro, children and teenagers: 2 Euro

Königswinter

The Lemmerz outdoor pool offers lots of fun, especially for the little guests. There are two pools, a parent-child area, a playground, a slide and a diving board.

Address: Oberweingartenweg 1, 53639 Königswinter, Germany

Phone: (02223) 21 296

Internet:www.schwimmtreff-koenigswinter.de

Opening hours: Mondays to public holidays: 6 am to 8.15 am, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 1.30 pm to 9.30 pm, Saturdays and Sundays: 7 am to 5 pm. The indoor swimming pool is open throughout the school holidays in NRW.

Entrance fees: Adults: 4 Euro, children (up to 13 years): 2,50 Euro, teenagers: 3,50 Euro

Oberpleis

The outdoor swimming pool in Oberpleis has been in existence since 1935, when it was still called Strandbad and not Strandgarten as it is today. As the name suggests, the beach offers a holiday feeling under palm trees.

Address: Dollendorfer Strasse 106 to 110, 53639 Königswinter-Oberpleis

Phone: (02244) 92 170

Internet:www.freibad-koenigswinter.de

Opening hours: daily 10 am to 7 pm (from June to August, in case of rain or closed cloud cover, the bathroom closes at 3 pm at the latest). At temperatures below 23 degrees it remains closed.)

Entrance fees: Adults: 4 euro, children (from 5 to 13 years): 2.50 euro, young people (from 14 to 18 years), apprentices and students: 3.50 euro.

Linz

In the outdoor pool Linz there is fun for the whole family. This is guaranteed with a giant slide, a diving board five meters high and a volleyball court.

Address: At the swimming pool 1, 53545 Linz am Rhein

Phone: (02644) 27 35

Internet:www.linz.de

Opening hours: Mondays and Wednesdays: 6 am to 6 pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: 6 am to 7 pm, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: 8 am to 7 pm

Entrance fees: Adults: 3 Euro (evening rate from 17:00: 3 Euro), children and teenagers: 2,00 Euro

Vettelschoss

At the "Blauer See" in Vettelschoß you can take a swim and there are also plenty of places to sleep. With a tent or a camper van you can get that holiday feeling at the camping site.

Address: Am blauen See 1, 53560 Vettelschoß

Phone: (02645) 42 24

Internet: Prices at theBadestrand Camping Blauer See. Information on water quality: www.badeseen.rlp-umwelt.de

Opening hours: Mondays to Sundays/holidays: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm (15 May to 15 September)