Regular Pool Hours
The pool opens the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and closes the day after Labor Day. 2023 Pool Season is May 27–September 4.
Monday | Closed
Tuesday–Thursday | 12:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Friday | 12:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.
Saturday–Sunday | 12:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Pool reduced hours begin Saturday, August 12. Refer to the OFE website calendar for the schedule.
The pool is open on holiday Mondays from 12:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. and closed the following Tuesday.
Monday, May 29 | Open
Tuesday, May 30 | Closed
4th of July
Monday, July 4 | Closes at 8:00 p.m.
Monday, September 4 | Open & last day of pool season
The pool has reduced hours when Parkway School District is in session. Summer 2023 reduced hours begin three weeks before Labor Day. Refer to the OFE website calendar for the schedule.
The OFE website calendar will be updated to notify residents of any early pool closures due to OFE events.
Old Farm Estates Swimming Pool
1715 Bookbinder Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146
Pool Registration & Entering the Pool
Usage of the pool by Old Farm Estates residents is included in the annual assessment. Residents may use the pool as long as they are current with their assessment fee and have completed the registration form.
Pool registration must be completed annually for every OFE Household that wants to use the pool. Access is limited to all persons living in your household and all names must be listed on your registration form.
Non-residents living outside of Old Farm Estates may purchase annual passes. Friends and relatives are invited to join. Learn more.
Daily sign-in at the pool will be a simple process when you arrive each visit.
General Pool Rules
No Glass items are allowed in the pool area.
Running and unsafe play will not be allowed.
No diving in the shallow end of the pool.
All swimmers must wear swimsuits. No shorts or cutoffs allowed.
No pets are permitted in the pool area.
Children 11 and older may visit the pool unaccompanied. Children 10 and under must be accompanied by someone 14 or older.
Pool toys are not allowed in the deep end. Balls, rafts, etc. must be used in a safe manner. Lifeguards may request the pool toys be removed if the pool is crowded.
Pool users must be responsible for cleaning up after themselves.
Be courteous to other swimmers. The lifeguards will talk to anyone whose behavior is disturbing others.
There will be a lane kept open for lap swimming.
Adult swims may be called for 10 minutes each hour during crowded times for swimmers 18 years and older.
Pool Diving Rules
No swimming in the diving area.
Only one person is allowed on the diving board at any given time.
You are not allowed more than one spring off the board. There are no double bounces.
Dive only from the front of the board. Do not dive sideways.
You are not allowed to sit on the board. (No handstands, cartwheels, etc.)
After diving, swim directly to the side of the pool or to the ladder.
Rafts, inner tubes, etc. will not be allowed in the deep end at any time.
When going off the diving board, make sure the area in front of the board is clear.
Consider becoming a Pool Sponsor! Have your business name and contact information on a banner at the pool, sponsor a round of trivia, or have your name rotating on the pool TV for all to see—all season long! Your business name gets advertised to the OFE community and funds benefit the overall pool and the swim team.
The pool committee consists of residents who work in unison to help upkeep the pool and recreation area in Old Farm Estates.