Newcasle Rock Pool is over eighty years old and a much beloved peice of history as generations of local people can claim to have enjoyed many summer days here. It is open air and consists of a single large swimming pool full of sea water. Although the water is cold, it is a unique way to enjoy a swim, especially on a hot summer day! Most locals can claim to have spent much of their summer holidays at the pool. It is always clean with lifeguards standing close by at all times. There is no part of it that is particularly shallow and you can dive into the deep end.
There is a range of activities to be enjoyed including life saving lessons, gala days and nightswims. Prices for 2013 are: adult swim £2.20, child swim £1.60. You can stay at the pool all day with no time restrictions.
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