Q: Gallons in a pool

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It depends on the size of the pool but 20,000 gallons is pretty common.

Assuming your pool is round about 800 gallons.

264 gallons is the max if it's a blow-up pool.

My pool is 30" by 12' (circle) and it has 2100 gallons of water. My guess is that the 36" high pool would have close to 3000 gallons.

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Is the pool a circle? Do you want US gallons, or Imperial gallons?

It depends on the size of the pool but 20,000 gallons is pretty common.

Assuming your pool is round about 800 gallons.

264 gallons is the max if it's a blow-up pool.

My pool is 30" by 12' (circle) and it has 2100 gallons of water. My guess is that the 36" high pool would have close to 3000 gallons.

If its an oval pool approx 7800 gallons at full capacity. If its rectangular pool then approx 9000 Gallons.

161,280 gallons.

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There are 7,985.76 gallons of water in a 1799.5 cubic feet pool.