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All Sun Valley guests are extended free and unlimited use of three swimming pools, a jacuzzi and two fitness centers. The Sun Valley Lodge pool is glass enclosed and is heated year-round. A luxurious marble-appointed locker and shower room is adjacent to the pool where you can also order cocktails or enjoy lunch at the Poolside Café.

The Sun Valley Inn pool also is glass-enclosed, heated and is attached to the hotel for convenient access year-round.

Both pools are adjacent to well-appointed fitness centers.

*All facilities require adult supervision for children under 14; lifeguards are not on duty at the Lodge or Inn pools.

Inn Pool

The Sun Valley Inn Pool also is attached to the hotel and is open year-round. Both pools are the same size, 55 feet in diameter and 10 feet deep at the center. The Inn Pool provides a picturesque view of world famous Baldy Mountain. It also provides a luxurious locker and shower room.

Hours: Currently under renovation - Opening in December of 2015.

(208) 622-2259

Olympic Pool

This swimming pool, named for its size, operates during summer only and is located next to the Sun Valley Tennis Courts. Swimming instruction is available as well as a children’s wading pool. Two swimming lanes are designated for training.

Pool Hours: Daily from 8 am - 7 pm

Jacuzzi Hours: Reopens next Summer.

(208) 622-2130

Lodge Pool

Pool Hours: Daily from 7 am - 10 pm

(208) 622-2139


Fitness Center

Sun Valley Inn

The Sun Valley Inn Fitness Center features a universal gym, a Star Trac treadmill, exercise bicycle and rowing machine.

Hours: Daily from 7 am to 10 pm

(208) 622-2745

Sun Valley Lodge

Hours: Daily from 7 am to 10 pm

(208) 622-2139

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