Starvaggi Memorial Pool & Park, located at 144 Starvaggi Drive, Weirton, has been the community’s home of summer recreation since it opened in 1968.

The pool is olympic-size with two water slides and a water volleyball court. The park features top-of-the-line playground equipment to suit every type of kid, from toddlers to 12-year olds. Also on the park site are three tennis courts, two full basketball courts, a roller hockey court, a volleyball/badminton court, three bocce courts and three large picnic shelters.

The pool and grounds were contributed to the city of Weirton by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Starvaggi, in the name of Starvaggi Charities, Inc., and dedicated during the pool’s grand opening on May 30, 1968.

Starvaggi Pool operates only during the summer season, Memorial Day Weekend through the third Sunday in August, and shelters can only be rented during the pool season. The Park Board begins taking shelter rental applications on the first business day of each new year at its flagship office, the Weirton Millsop Community Center, 3420 Main Street, Weirton, WV.

The park and playground remain open year round from dawn until dusk, weather permitting.



Google Reviews

167 reviews
  • Really Raw Rendezvous

    Had a wonderful time atvthe park. Kids loved swimming and playing. We held a birthday there for our nephew. Easily had over 100 people there with ease

  • Elijah Watson
    Elijah Watson
    5 months ago

    Overpriced for a pool in poor condition. Water slides don't work. No coolers allowed inside. Go somewhere else. Anyone leaving good reviews for this place have obviously never been to a decent pu lic pool.

  • Rob S
    Rob S
    4 months ago

    Nice park. Great play area for young kids. We had the pavilion near the pool parking lot. Did not swim as the weather was a bit cool.

  • Keirsten Pharo
    Keirsten Pharo
    4 months ago

    Worst lifeguards I have seen at the pool out of all of my visits. Three of them were sitting together chatting leaving the deep end unattended. Then one was screaming across the pool at a little kid. Same lifeguard that was screaming told a little girl to take her swimmies off and gave her a square styrofoam backpack that barely held her up while 2 other kids had swimmies on and she didn’t say a word to them. Seemed like chatting and gossiping came before doing their actual job. Overheard one say she cant even swim across the pool and shes not michael phelps. I thought being able to swim across the pool and save a life from drowning was a qualification of a lifeguard.

  • Sharesse
    5 months ago

    It's ok for the price, the kitty pool is a mess. It's cracking everywhere and I'm constantly taking rocks away from my baby that she picks out of the pool and puts in her mouth.