Covington’s Aquatic Facilities are back in operation for the 2021 season. Hours are noon to 6 p.m., seven days a week, from June 12 to Aug. 8.



The City operates two pools and one zero-depth water park/splash pad. Admission is free to Covington residents with a pool pass (see below). Pools employ lifeguards and pool attendants, and also have food and drink for purchase.  
  • Randolph Park, at East 8th and Greenup Streets in the Eastside neighborhood, offers an Olympic-sized swimming pool for recreational swimming. 
  • Goebel Park, located along Philadelphia Street between West 5th and West 9th Streets in the MainStrasse Village, neighborhood, offers an Olympic-sized swimming pool for recreational swimming. 
  • The Latonia Water Park/Splash Pad is located in the Bill Cappel Youth Sports Complex at 43rd Street and Decoursey Avenue. The zero-depth park offers hoses, sprinklers, slides, and play equipment and is perfect for young children.


Pool Passes

Annual pool passes are free to Covington residents. To obtain:

  • Register during your first visit to a Covington pool. Either bring a completed application, available HERE, or obtain it at the pool and fill it out there.
  • Bring proof of residency (a valid driver's license or state ID). If you have recently relocated to Covington and do not yet have an ID with proof of address, bring a lease or utility bill showing a Covington address along with a photo ID.
  • Applicants must be 18 or older and must complete and sign their own form. Parents and grandparents may register children or grandchildren under the age of 18.
  • Each registration form comes with 10 guest passes for use during the swim season.


Special Activities:

  • Swim classes and arts and crafts activities are also occasionally offered at the pool locations and will be announced later on the Parks & Rec Facebook page, @covparks.