DCR Closes Dealtry Pool in Watertown for the Season

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The swimming season at Watertown’s Dealtry Pool has ended.

The pool, owned by the state Department of Conservation and Recreation, sits near the Charles River at 138 Pleasant St. According to the DCR’s website, the pool closed on Aug. 21.

The facility has a lifeguard, a separate wading pool, locker rooms with showers, and swimming lessons are available.

See more information about the Clarence W. Dealtry Pool by clicking here.

2 thoughts on “DCR Closes Dealtry Pool in Watertown for the Season

  1. As our season of hot weather gets longer each year, I wonder why the pool opens so late in the summer and closes so early, well before fall. I’m sure that it must cost a great deal to operate the pool, but I would like to know if these costs are the reason for the short season and if there is some way to raise the money to keep kids – and adults – cool longer.

  2. It’s too bad the pool closed so early. With the excessive heat this week it would have been a nice relief for those needing to cool down. Why don’t we leave it open until the end of August each year?

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