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Pool Hours

Bloomfield Pool hours of operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11-6pm
Sunday: 1-6pm

Water Aerobics:
Tuesday and Thursday: 6-7pm

Water Zumba:
Wednesday: 6-7pm

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Reserve the Pool

Reserve the pool for your own personal party.
Cost is $200 for parties of 100 or less.*
*Reservations must be made in person.
*Contact us for additional info.
Parties can be booked on:

Party times are available daily.

need a venue for a special party?

The pool is the perfect place to host your party.

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Per Day


  • Full Access
  • Pool
  • Toddler pool  (5 & under)
  • ADA accessible


20 Visit


  • Full Access
  • Pool
  • Toddler pool  (5 & under)
  • ADA accessible




$185 family up to 5
  • Full Access
  • Pool
  • Toddler pool  (5 & under)
  • ADA accessible
  • Family of 5 or less
  • Additional family members-contact pool

Pool History

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The Bloomfield Community Pool opened for the first time ever at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, 1966. The opening weekend was enjoyed free of charge. This came after the Bloomfield Swimming Pool, Inc., formed in 1964, worked for three years to raise the $60,000 needed to cover the planning and construction of the pool. Private contributions alone covered building costs, according to the Terre Haute Tribune-Star in 1966. The pool was built for $37-39,000 by the Baker Pool Company of Kentucky with no small amount of labor and contracting donated by community volunteers. The pool was designed by Charles Totten of Columbus. Local schoolteacher Eugene Sandberg served as pool manager. The Bloomfield Civic and Community Club officially endorsed a project which would bring a pool to the town on July 13, 1963. They selected Bloomfield school district superintendent Richard M. “Weezer” Richeson as chairman of the pool committee. In 1964, the nonprofit Bloomfield Swimming Pool, Inc. was formed. Incorporators were Richeson, Rolland Farris and Elmo Dowden. “Mrs. Forest Carmichael”, J.L. Wilson, Robert Grounds, James B. Sparks, William S. Harrah, John D. Morre, Richeson, Farris and Dowden served on the Inc.’s board of directors. While organizers were hopeful that the pool could open earlier than projected, in May, the opening was delayed back to mid-June. The pool operated until its closure in 2012 due to safety concerns.  By Patti Danner and Kristen Inman at Greene County Daily World

Keep The Pool Flowing

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The newest renovations of the Bloomfield Pool cost roughly $650,000. On the evening of Thursday, August 2, members of Fill the Pool met to mark the realization of nearly six years of hard work by “filling” the pool with buckets. Present to mark the occasion were Sophie Haywood, Marcy Cook, Jane Lueking, Mari Uland, Kris Jarman, Mary Evans, Resa Woodruff, Jo Ann Carmichael, Susie Schulte, Judy Wise, P. D. Haywood and Bob Uland. The Bloomfield Pool re-opened to the general public Friday, August 3 2018 with hours 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Thanks to all of our

Donors & Community

Our Mission & Goals

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Our mission is to provide a safe place to swim and exercise to the citizens of Bloomfield and the surrounding area.

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Latest Videos

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Enjoy a few of our videos on YouTube.

Join Our Team!

Our team of lifeguards enjoy the summer, provide safety and comfort to parents knowing their loved ones are watched over while they swim, and offer instructional lessons for those who want to learn how to swim.

  • Employment opportunities for 16 years old and older.
  • Swimming lessons
  • Flexible hours
  • Build work experience


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Join our lifeguard team today

Simply return your application to the Bloomfield Town Hall, Kris Jarman or Judy Wise.

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Happy Volunteers

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The pool would be half empty without the help from our volunteers. While there were many, some photographed and some not, here are a few pictures of those who helped fill the pool.

Kris Jarman

Kris JarmanPool Board

Judy Wise

Judy WisePool Board

Sophie Haywood

Sophie HaywoodVolunteers

Bob Uland

Bob UlandVolunteers

Mary Uland

Mary UlandVolunteers

Jane Lueking

Jane Lueking Volunteers

Jim Lueking

Jim LuekingVolunteers

Brock Miller

Brock MillerVolunteers

About Bloomfield Pool

Turn on to North John Street from State Road 54, and follow the curve to the right. The pool is on the left hand side.

Location: View the Map
Phone: 812-318-3235

Be Our Partner

Sponsor a Community Day, Join our Food Truck Days, Donate, Learn to Swim or Just have Fun!


Our mission is to provide a safe place to swim and exercise to the citizens of Bloomfield and the surrounding area.


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