Endless Pool


A swimming pool that generates a current, enabling the user to continue swimming "endlessly" without making forward progress. This allows the size of the pool to be much smaller than a traditional pool.

Things you need to know

Endless Pools is also a brand name for a pool of this type.

Also known as

Current Pool

Cost Considerations

An endless pool, which starts at $22,900, is smaller than a traditional pool, so less space will be needed to accommodate it. This makes it a lower-cost option than a traditional pool, which costs an average of $165,000 to $200,000 for the pool and enclosure.

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