## Is 16 feet wide enough for a pool?

A rectangular shape is the best choice for this size of the pool. If there are six or less in your family, a pool size of 16 by 32 feet will be sufficient. You will have space to swim as well as relax by the side on a lazy weekend. The best shape and design for such a pool would be bean or kidney shapes.

### How big is a 16 foot above ground pool?

A 16 foot above ground pool will comfortably fit 4-5 average size adults to swim, float and play. There are approximately 5,068 gallons in a 52″ above ground pool and requires approximately 1-1/2 yards of sifted(playground) sand to create a 2″ layer under the liner and sand cove.

#### Is a 15 pool too small?

Any swimming pool smaller than 12 by 14 feet will probably be too small for swimming, playing, and exercising. Some tiny pools are made specifically for relaxing and cooling off in the summer, but you won’t get the traditional inground pool experience with anything smaller than 12×14 (or 400 square feet).

How deep is a 15 ft above ground pool?

This pool is 15 feet round and 4.3 feet deep so it provides fun for all ages.

How many gallons are in a 16 foot Intex pool?

5,061 gallons
A 48-inch wall height and 16-foot diameter provide a water capacity of 5,061 gallons at 90 percent capacity.

## How many gallons are in a 20 foot round pool?

Pool Volume in Gallons

Poolsize Round Capacity (Gallons) Poolsize Oval
21 Round 10,000 12×24, 14×20
24 Round 14,000 14×25, 15×24
27 Round 18,000 15×30, 16×26
30 Round 21,000 16×32

### What is the smallest size for a pool?

How small can an in-ground pool be? Most of the smallest in-ground pools across all pool types, on average, are around 12′ by 24′, 10′ by 15′, or even a 10′ x 10′ Spool/Cocktail pool!

#### How many gallons is a 15 ft by 48 inch pool?

4,440 gallons
Water capacity is 4,440 gallons (90%) and it is ready for water in 45 minutes.

Is an 18 foot pool big enough?

The 18′ was plenty enough room for 2-3 people floating around and good bit of people standing, but that’s it, no diving or swimming laps.

How many gallons does a 15 ft by 4ft pool hold?

Calculations. Multiply the diameter by the diameter by the depth by the water by the number 5.9 to determine the volume. For a 15-foot round pool that is 4 feet deep, the fomula would look like this: 15 x 15 x 4 x 5.9 = 5,310 gallons of water.

## What size above ground pool do I need for a family?

16′ Round Above Ground Pools 16′ Above Ground Pools are the perfect fit for those with a small to mid-size family or with a reasonable amount of yard space. A 16 foot above ground pool will comfortably fit 4-5 average size adults to swim, float and play.

### How much sand do I need for a 16 foot pool?

A 16 foot above ground pool will comfortably fit 4-5 average size adults to swim, float and play. There are approximately 5,068 gallons in a 52″ above ground pool and requires approximately 1-1/2 yards of sifted (playground) sand to create a 2″ layer under the liner and sand cove.

#### What is the size of a prism frame pool?

[Click here] for more information. The Intex® Prism Frame™ 16ft X 8ft X 42in rectangular pool is designed to fit any backyard. Built to provide extra swimming space, it holds more pool water than traditional round frame pools, allowing swimmers to appreciate the maximized swimming area.

Will a 16’round pool FIT in my backyard?

A great way to see if a 16′ round pool will work in your backyard is to take something like a garden hose; make a 16-foot diameter circle and see how it fits in the available yard space. Also, you can have everyone in the family stand inside the circle and see how much room you have.