Aquatic Park

The Aquatic Park is located at the eastern end of Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, California. Visitors can use the park for day use and by paying a small fee at the Dolphin Club visitors will be able to utilize the lockers and showers at the club.

The water in the lagoon is cold somewhere between 52 and 62 degrees! The older members of the Dolphin Club may try and convince visitors to take off their wetsuit and hit the water in only their swim suits and bathing cap!

Visitors to the park will be able to watch volunteer members rebuilding the old rowboats and see where the 100M swim begins. Visitors who wish to swim laps at the park are to note the three buoys which make up the swimming lane; the furthermost buoy is the point to turn around.

The swim leg of the Alcatraz Triathlon is held at the aquatic park. Facilities at the park include restrooms and a public use phone. The Marina Green which is within walking distance has drinking water and a snack stand.

If visitors wish to not utilize the Dolphin Club it is recommended that visitors bring minimal gear with them or lock any unnecessary items in their car for security reasons.

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