Indian Mounds Park is located on 37 acres at 5th & Harrison and is home to Indian Mounds Pool, Quincy’s first public swimming pool.
There are picnic tables, drinking fountains and concessions available inside the pool area.
Indian Mounds Park has a scenic view of the Mississippi River and has some of the best preserved Native American Indian Burial Mounds in the country. A walking timeline extends along the road north of the pool that tells the story of the region from the end of the last ice age until the European settlement.
**Pool Closes August 12**
Indian Mounds Pool is located in Indian Mounds Park at Fifth and Harrison.
- Diving board
- Sand Volleyball court
- Concession area
- Heated pool
- Water toys
- Zero depth entry
- Big umbrellas for shade
Monday-Friday: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
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Youth (17 yrs & under): $4.75
Adult (18 yrs & older): $5.25
Seniors (62 yrs & up): $4.75
Family Day: Every Sunday, $15 admission for a family of up to five.
Season Pool Pass
Each season pass holder must stop by the Quincy Park District office to have a photo taken for an ID pass, the office is located at 1231 Bonansinga and open from 8 to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Rates: $55 for an individual and $170 for a family of up to five living in the same household.
Splash: $65, includes pool admission, birthday cake and beverages for up to 10 children, with a charge of $4.75 for each additional child.
Splash Deluxe: $95, includes pool admission, party hostess, birthday cake, coupons, goody bags and beverages for up to 10 children with a charge of $6 for each additional child.
Splash Deluxe plus pizza: $120, includes pool admission, pizza, party host/hostess, birthday cake, coupons, goody bags and beverages for up to 10 children with a charge of $6 for each additional child.
To reserve a party, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (217) 223-7703.
Excessive Heat Warning Policy
When the National Weather Service issues an Excessive Heat Warning for Quincy, admission will be $2 during this period and $1 for those carrying a Financial Assistance Card. An excessive heat warning is when the heat index is going to be 105 degrees for at least two consecutive days. The heat index is the actual temperature and humidity combined.
Pool Age Policy
To ensure the safety of the public and to provide for an environment where the lifeguards can perform their duties of watching over all patrons, the following admission policy will be strictly enforced:
- An infant less than 2 years of age will be admitted FREE only if they are under the constant supervision and the immediate contact and care of an adult at least 19 years old.
- All youth (ages 2-12) must be accompanied by a responsible adult or teenager who is to provide for their direct supervision while they are at the pool.
- Teenagers (ages 13-17) will be admitted to the pool and will be allowed to supervise and be responsible for younger youths in their charge.
- Adults (ages 18 and up) when admitted, will be the only patrons allowed to enter the water during “safety checks”.