Knightdale Community Pool

Knightdale Community Pool will be closed on Friday, September 3rd due to a lifeguard shortage. The pool will operate on the following schedule and will close for the season on Monday, September 6th at 6:30pm.
Saturday, September 4th 11am-6:30pm
Sunday, September 5th 12pm-6pm
Monday, September 6th 11am-6:30pm

Knightdale Community Pool Pic

202 Milburnie Road Knightdale, NC 27545

Knightdale Community Pool opens for the 2021 summer season on Friday, May 28th.

Hours of Operation

May 28th-June 11thMonday-Friday3-6:30 p.m.
 Saturday/Holiday11-6:30 p.m.
 Sunday12-6:00 p.m.
June 12th-August 22ndMonday-Saturday11-6:30 p.m.
 Sunday12-6:00 p.m.
August 23rd-September 6thMonday-ThursdayCLOSED
 Fridays3-6:30 p.m.
 Saturday/Holiday11-6:30 p.m.
 Sunday12-6:00 p.m.


 Gate Admission**Summer Pass
AgeResidentNon-ResidentResident Non Resident
Under 1FreeFreeFreeFree
13 and older$5.00$6.00$100.00$110.00
Family (3 or more)  $150.00$160.00
Senior (55+)  $50.00$60.00

Entry is CASH ONLY!

Concession is temporarily closed. Please bring water, snacks, and drinks. 

Late Admission 5:00pm-close $3.00 (6 and under)

*All youth 12 and under must be directly supervised by a responsible person age 16 or older. 

Summer Passes may be purchased over the phone at 919-217-2232 Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Universal Pool Rules 

1. No Drinks Allowed In Pool – this includes sitting on the edge. Patrons must be 1 ft
away from the edge of the pool if they have a drink in hand.

2. No “water wings” – water wings are NOT considered a safety flotation device, and
unfortunately parents often assume them to be.

3. Children who cannot swim in the deep end on their own should never be in the
water without an adult, regardless of any flotation device they may have on.

4. No floats of any type

5. No GLASS!


  1. It is the responsibility of each pool goer to become familiar with the State rules that are
    posted on the gate as well as these community-specific rules. Parents, please read these rules and make sure your kids are fully aware of each rule. It is the Parent or guardian’s responsibility to ensure that all participants under the age of 18 follow our pool rules.
  2. Failure to follow pool rules (or directions from pool staff), any improper conduct, state rules violations, or profanity will result in action by lifeguards or staff up to and including dismissal from the pool with no refund and refusal of future entry.
  3. The posted rules are mandated by the State and failure to be in compliance puts our pool
    use permit in jeopardy.
  4. Lifeguards are the last line of defense against drowning. The primary and first line of defense against youth drowning are parents and guardians.  When in any portion of the pool, non-swimmers must be within arms’ reach of a parent or guardian at all times.  It is not acceptable for a non-swimmer to be outside of a guardian’s reach, even if they are using a personal flotation device.
  5. Patrons should prepare to clear the pool no later than closing time and clear the premises
    no later than 10 minutes after closing. Guards may signal that closing is approaching 10 or
    15 minutes prior to the hour so that everyone is ready to exit the pool on time.
  6. Adult Swim/Safety Break - Each free/open swim session goes from the top of each hour until 10
    minutes before the next hour. When the lifeguard blows the whistle to indicate each break, all swimmers under 18 years of age are to exit both pools immediately and the 10-minute Adult Swim/Safety Break will commence
  7. This 10-minute non-lifeguarded time allows children to use the bathroom
    facility, get a drink, etc.
  8. During this hourly break, for safety reasons, children are not to sit at the edge of
    the pool with their feet/legs in the water. To make this easy, there is a line around
    the pool behind which they will stay during breaks, for the entire 10 minutes. As with all rules, it is the responsibility of a parent or guardian to ensure that this rule is followed by children.
  9. Children 18 months and younger are permitted in the pool during break, if accompanied by an adult.
  10. The pool deck area is a NON-SMOKING environment. No Vaping or tobacco products allowed.

Personal Flotation Devices (PFD)

  1. No floats, aside from Children’s PFDs (Coast Guard approved devices) may be used anywhere in the pool.
  2. Children’s PFD’s may only be used in the shallow end of the pool.
  3. Each child’s supervisor must be within one arm’s length of any child using a PFD/swimming
  4. Swim aids shall only be Coast Guard Certified swim aids (life vests) and must be used as
    intended. NO blow-up swim aids (water wings, rafts, floats) will be allowed. Patrons may use any Coast Guard

Certified Type I, II or III personal flotation devices. (See official Coast Guard PFD details). 


Thunder Break – If you hear thunder, tell patrons in the pool that there is thunder in the
area and that they must exit the water for 20 minutes. Patrons may stay at the pool
and on deck, but they cannot be within 6 feet of the water. 

Lightning Break – If you see lightning you must immediately clear the water and the
pool deck for 30 minutes. If you are already on Thunder Break when you see
lightning, you must clear the pool deck. Encourage patrons to seek shelter. They
may not use the showers. 



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Knightdale Community Pool managed by Triangle Aquatics LLC