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Reservation System Established for Select Maui County Swimming Pools

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Sakamoto Pool. File photo courtesy County of Maui.

The Department of Parks and Recreation announced that the public can begin making reservations for Maui County pool use beginning 8 a.m. Saturday, May 30, 2020.

Reservations must be made by calling (808) 270-6116.

Open pools will be for 45-minute lap swimming and constant lane walking in the Kihei training pool.


Open pools

  • Kihei Aquatic Center
  • Lahaina Aquatic Center
  • Coach Soichi Sakamoto Pool
  • Upcountry Pool
  • Cooke Memorial Pool in Kaunakakai

Closed pools

  • Coach Spencer Shiraishi Memorial Pool
  • Wailuku Pool at Wells Park
  • Kokua Pool (closed for renovation)


  • Must be made by calling (808) 270-6116
  • Phone message will prompt callers to the pool they would like a reservation for
  • Callers will only be able to make a reservation at the specific pool they are calling and will not be allowed to make a reservation for another pool
  • Reservations cannot be made earlier than 48 hours in advance
  • Reservations will only be taken from 8 a.m. to noon, daily, excluding holidays
  • Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis
  • One reservation, per person, per day
  • NO same day reservations or walk-ups will be allowed

Pool rules

  • Face coverings will be required when swimmers are not in the pool
  • Pool users should arrive 10 minutes before their reservation time
  • Pool users need to be dressed for swimming; locker and changing rooms will remain closed
  • Pool users should have ID or student ID to show pool staff members
  • Social distancing will be required at pool facilities
  • Pool users are required to follow all directions from staff
  • No congregating will be allowed before, during or after swimming
  • Swimmers must take a soap shower before entering the pool using outdoor showers Swimmers must use their own equipment
  • Only one swimmer per lane, except for swimmers with ADA therapeutic aides
  • After finishing, swimmers must immediately leave the pool facility to allow staff to prepare the facility for the next group of swimmers
  • Re-entry to the facility will not be allowed
  • Failure to comply with rules or staff instructions could result in forfeiture of future reservations

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