The perfect way to end your summer is with a relaxing poolside escape. If you don’t have access to a pool, you’re in luck, you can rent one of these refreshing oases for a fun day with your family or a daytime getaway on your own.
These 11 private pools are sure to give you the break you need to be on top of your game this fall.
You’ll love this large swimming pool accompanied by relaxing patio furniture located on the southeast side of Indy. It costs $32 per hour to rent on a weekday and $40 per hour for the weekend. Up to 10 guests are allowed with an additional $5 fee per hour for each guest after the first five.
This interesting pool with a fun shape is perfect for an afternoon getaway. Amenities include a diving board and a large shallow area that’s great for kids. You can have a maximum number of 15 guests and it costs $60 per hour to rent on weekdays and $75 to rent on the weekends with a $5 per hour additional fee for guests after the first 12.
Spend your day at this amazing pool rental that will make you feel like you’re at a luxury resort. It features a large heated pool, waterfall, and lounge chairs. Up to 15 guests are allowed, and it costs $100 an hour to rent during the week and $125 per hour during the weekend. There is also an additional $10 an hour fee for guests over 10 and a two-hour minimum rental.
This Southside option has many great features that you’re sure to love. With a hot tub, fire pit, grill, and fun water feature you can plan the perfect end of summer getaway. The pool rental costs $90 per hour on a weekday and $100 per hour on weekends. Up to 10 guests are allowed with a $5 additional fee per hour for every guest after the first 10.
Located in Greenfield, this is the perfect place to relax with a cold drink and a good book. It comes with great amenities like night lighting, a grill, a hot tub, a diving board, and lounge chairs. It costs $30 per hour to rent on the weekday and the weekend, and a maximum number of 12 guests are allowed with a $1 per hour charge for every guest after the first 12.
Also in Greenwood, this pool is great for family-friendly fun and relaxing. The kids will love the slide and basketball hoop, and you’ll love the comfortable lounge chairs, shady eating areas, and grill. This pool rental costs $27 per hour to rent on weekdays and $30 per hour for weekends. Up to 15 guests can attend this pool rental with a $5 fee for every additional guest after the first five.
You’ll feel your stress melt away as you relax by this private pool located in Fishers equipped with a nice heated pool and hot tub. Rentals cost $28 per hour on the weekend and $35 on the weekend. The maximum number of guests you can bring to this private pool is 15 with a $15 additional fee for every guest after the first five.
This luxurious pool rental in Greenfield has a large pool with great views. Its underwater lights make it the perfect place for a nighttime escape. It costs $60 per hour for weekdays and $75 per hour for weekends. There is a maximum of 16 guests allowed with a $5 additional fee per hour for guests after the first five.
Surrounded by a lovely wooded landscape, this pool is the perfect summer retreat. With a diving board, large shallow area, and night lighting it will be exactly what you and your family need to refresh themselves this fall. It costs $54 per hour on weekdays and $60 per hour on weekends and up to 20 guests are allowed with a $10 fee for each guest after the first five.
The perfect place for a last poolside party before the summer is over. It comes equipped with a diving board, water slide, and night lighting. The maximum guest limit is 25, so you can bring all your friends. This pool rental costs $40 per hour on weekdays and $50 per hour on weekends with an additional $5 fee for each guest after the first five.
This saltwater pool is sure to impress you with features like a water slide, a grill, and bartop seating. It costs $60 per hour on both weekdays and weekends and allows 12 guests with an additional $5 fee with each additional guest after the first 10.
Ellie Allen is Indy Maven’s editorial intern who would love to be relaxing by a pool with a good book right now.
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