Cool Off in Our Recently Renovated, All-Natural, Spring-fed Pool.
Veyo Pool has been a local getaway since it was established in the 1920’s. Bring your entire family to swim in our pristine spring water that’s always the perfect temperature. You’ll be surrounded by the gorgeous black-rock backdrop of our privately owned Crawdad Canyon. We’ve recently updated the property and completely rebuilt the pool. We’ve even added a new shallow play area for your kiddos.
Swimming at Veyo Pool is included with the purchase of our daily Canyon Access Pass.
Your Canyon Access Pass also includes all-day access to these fun activities in the canyon:
- Crawdad Catching
- Rock Climbing
- Camping (Requires Additional Fee)
- Dining (We have delicious food!)
* We sometimes add small amounts of chlorine or other chemicals, as needed, to ensure that our pool is clean and safe for our customers.
Pool Deck/Patio Exhibit
Reserve a private space around the pool for you group.
|Everyone 14 and Older||$15.00|
|Children Under 14||$12.00|
|Children Under 2||Free|
SAVE BIG with one of our Locals Discount Punch Passes:
- Save 50% when you buy a 30-Visit Punch Pass ($7.50 per visit)
- Save 37% when you buy a 10-Visit Punch Pass ($9.50 per)
Punch Passes never expire and you share them with friends and family members.
Our all-day Canyon Access Pass includes access to the canyon and these fun activities: Swimming, Crawdad Catching, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Picnicking, Pickle Ball, Volley Ball and Basketball. All guests must purchase a Canyon Access Pass for each day spent in the canyon.
IMPORTANT: Each individual visiting Veyo Pool and Crawdad Canyon is required to sign a Liability Form or they won’t be allowed to enter the property. Save yourself time and sign our waiver ahead of time.
PLEASE NOTE: No animals, including dogs, may be brought into the Canyon, with the exception of ADA Service Animals. Please see the ADA FAQ for details on what qualifies as a service animal. Note that “The ADA makes a distinction between psychiatric service animals and emotional support animals… if [a] dog’s mere presence provides comfort, that would not be considered a service animal under the ADA” and would not be permitted on the premise.