- Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres
- Water Parks
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor
Let the kids go wild and keep active with the variety of sports on offer at Five Rivers Leisure Centre!
The beach pool has crashing, splashing waves will make the kids feel like they have been whisked away somewhere tropical. From the huge flume water slide to a regular 25m pool to practice your strokes, a deep sea adventure awaits. There are plenty of water features to surprise and soak you at every turn.
If you fancy sometimes a little more intense go work up a sweat at the gym, it has state-of-the-art equipment to get you super fit in no time! They also have a spinning and dance studio for some exciting instructor led classes.
- Beach pool with slide
- 25m pool
- Gym & other fitness facilities
- Onsite Shop
- Snacks Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Hulse Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 3NR, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Friday 06:00 - 22:00
Saturday 07:00 - 17:00
Sunday 07:00 - 22:00
Please see website for Swimming Session details
General Admission (Swim)
Adults from £5.95
Kids from £4.05
Family from £17.00
Could have been better!
Written by ToddlerKeeper . 14.08.19
Who: 2 adults, 18m, 3 years, 4 years Cost: £11.90 Some places have the potential to be amazing trips out but never quite manage it. This place is one of them. We took three under five on a rainy school holiday week day. We were expecting it to be busy, but camping nearby and looking for indoor options limited our ideas! We normally take the three of them swimming once a week so have some well rehearsed strategies in place. The session we went to was entitled “Fun and Floats”. All three pools were open, the smaller two spent the entire session at maximum capacity with no floats in sight and none of the water jets etc in the “beach” pool switched on. The main pool had two lanes roped off for lane swimming (fair enough) and about 12 floats. The large slide was shut. Trade descriptions eat your heart out… But aside from there being no fun in waiting in queues on pool side, there were other rather bizarre management decisions. Shoes had to be taken off immediately on entering the changing area. This sounds really sensible and it helps keep the floor clean, but it just doesn’t work. The area allocated for doing so was not remotely big enough and when you’re there with three small children, aside from not wanting them to sit in a puddle whilst sorting shoes, you’ve then got three children, the swimming kit and five pairs of socks and shoes… thankfully I had a bag for wet towels that all the shoes ended up in before we even entered the changing room. The logistics of space was further compounded by how they operated the start and end of the session. You couldn’t pay until 10 minutes before the session even though there was quite a queue half hour before. Each session kicked out and emptied the pool at its end time, so there was mass crossover in the shoe area and cubicles. At the point we were coming out wanting to put shoes on there was literally no space to do so. Although we had wristbands as though there was some kind of rolling time system we’re still not quite sure why we had them! Family cubicles were in very high demand, especially as there only seemed to be six of them. With only one bag we couldn’t split in to two groups and even then it would leave one adult trying to get changed with two children in a space designed for one person. The eldest is nearly five and whilst he can get himself changed etc I’m not quite ready to let him do so unsupervised when he needs his clothes to be dry enough to put back on afterwards! Lockers are non refundable 20p, which no one mentioned. Our local pool always checks when you pay to go in that you’ve got the right change so you don’t end up changed and wondering what to do next. We did have one and the lockers are a decent size so everything went in ok. We did stay and eat at the Cafe afterwards because there wasn’t anything else nearby and we were constrained by nap time. The portions were generous, food freshly cooked and staff friendly. They could definitely do with a re-think on how they run the swimming sessions though and I’m glad it’s not our local pool.