McGill Pool Overview
Summer in the desert means finding the best place to go beat the heat.
One of my favorites in Nevada is located in the small town of McGill in White Pine County near Ely, Nevada.
McGill Pool is fed by a natural hot spring this has been a destination for locals since its opening in the 1930s.
This small watering hole has everything! warm water, sandy beaches, slides for the kids, and even a DIVING BOARD.
Everyone in your family will have something to do in this small paradise.
Photo White Pine County
- $3.50 for adults
- $2.50 for children
- Free for Children 3 years and younger
August 5 through 16th – 5 days a week for 2 weeks
- $45.00 Single Child
- $35.00 Two Children (Same Family)
- $25.00 Three Children (Same Family)
Opens Memorial Day and Closes Labor Day
- Monday through Saturday 11:00 to 6:00
- Sundays 12:00 to 6:00
- Morning Swim Monday – Friday 7 AM to 8 AM
- Closed Wednesdays
What to Take to McGill Pool
Staying safe in the sun is important even with the beautiful central Nevada weather.
Bring anything you think you would need for a visit to the beach or your local pool!
- Sun Screen
- Sun Hat
- Beach Umbrella
- Beach Towel
- Plenty of Water
YES! McGill Pool is good for people of all ages!
And with sandy beaches, slides, and even a diving board everyone in the family will have something to do.
Swimming lessons are even offered here for a small fee.
McGill Pool Picnics
McGill Pool has a lovely shaded picnic area where visitors can get out of the sun and enjoy some food with friends and family!
They even have a snack bar if you don’t feel like cooking up or packing your own lunch for the afternoon.