KS Pool Trivia

I was intrigued when I found this statement on the internet awhile back. “The single largest swimming pool on the planet is in Garden City, Kansas, in the United States of America. This huge pool measures 220 feet by 330 feet, roughly the size of a football field. It holds 2.6 million gallons of water.” I consider myself a Kansas travel connoisseur so I was surprised I hadn’t heard this before. I did a little research and it appears that the largest swimming pool in the world is at the San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile. It is 8 hectares in size and holds 250,000 cubic meters of water. I have not concept of what those numbers really mean or look like but I did see pictures and can say it is very big and runs along the coast. Apparently the ocean in Chile is very chilly (get it) and has a short shelf which causes lots of tide pools and undertows. The rest of the record holders falls like this…
* Largest North American Indoor Wave Pool: World Waterpark at the Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada.
* Largest Indoor Pool Anywhere: The Neutral Buoyancy Lab where astronauts train in the Sonny Carter Training Center at NASA JSC in Houston holds 6.2 million gallons of H2O.
* Deepest Swimming Pool: Nemo 33 near Brussels, Belgium, is a recreational dive center. The pool there has two large flat-bottomed areas with a depth of 16 and 32 feet, and a large circular pit that goes to a depth of 108 feet.
* Largest US Swimming Pool: San Francisco’s Fleishhacker Pool was the largest swimming pool in the United States from 1925 until it closed in 1971. The pool was 1,000 feet long and 150 feet wide — so large that the lifeguards used kayaks to patrol it.
My problem with this last one is that it is closed. I can’t find what pool currently holds this title as a functioning pool. Nonetheless, the Dodge City pool is big. Is it the largest even in Kansas? I don’t know. Perhaps you can tell me.