Rosemeade Rainforest is closed until Summer 2020.
1334 E. Rosemeade Parkway - Map
Carrollton, TX 75007
The Rosemeade Rainforest Aquatic Complex is located adjacent to the Rosemeade Recreation Center.
The Rainforest section features a zero-depth entry pool, two platform levels with bridge, water cannons, bubblers, spray bars, water slides, a 200 foot lazy river and a 600 gallon dump bucket.
The Main Pool section consists of a 50 meter Olympic size pool with
a 25 meter short course,
a training pool, separate diving well and
22 foot structure with two flume slide.
The facility also includes a bathhouse, concession area, deck space, picnic tables, lounge chairs, shaded areas and plenty of parking.
Proof of residency is required for resident rates. All persons entering the facility must pay admission. Children 2 & under are free when accompanied by an adult. Children 10 & under will not be admitted into the pool area unless accompanied by a responsible adult. The adult must stay with the child while at the pool. Book passes are only good for the year purchased and no exchanges or refunds will be granted.
*Weekend rates will apply to Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day
** Proper swim attire is required to enter the pool areas. No sports bras, basketball shorts, soccer shorts, jeans or any other apparel with grommets will be allowed.**
Family passes and Individual passes are available each summer. Photo identification and proof of residency is required in order to purchase a resident pass. All family members must present a photo ID. Family passes and Individual passes may be purchased beginning April 4 at Rosemeade Recreation Center. Season passes are only good for the year purchased and no exchanges or refunds will be granted.
*Includes four members. Additional members may be added for $10 each for residents, or $15 each for non-residents. All members must reside at the same address.
Rosemeade Pool offers three lanes (25 meters) during public swim hours for the Main Pool. Additional lanes may be opened as needed. Regular admission applies.
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Read the history of the large palm tree outside the front gate by visiting the Dallas Morning News web page. The picture below was taken by our loyal volunteer, Richard, in August of 2015.
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