If you are one of the 10.4 million people in the United States who owns a backyard swimming pool, you are also probably among that same dynamic group of pool owners who would prefer a bit of privacy when enjoying your personal sanctuary. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), swimming is the fourth most popular activity in the country. You are in good company as a pool owner. However, you may not want everyone to see you swimming laps, doing cannon balls, or simply working on your tan while relaxing on one of the spacious tanning ledges from Leisure Pools™ and would appreciate pool privacy ideas.
So, we have compiled a list of 5 ideal backyard landscaping ideas to bring a sense of privacy, peace, seclusion, and calm to your outdoor pool and surrounding vistas. After all, this is your place of rest and relaxation. You are under no obligation to share it with the world. (However, if there ever does come a time when you want to open up your retreat to friends and family for a special event, like the Fourth of July, for example, we have some great pool party ideas for that occasion right here.)
But let’s return our focus on ways to add privacy around your fiberglass inground backyard pool. You can incorporate as many of these as you’d like to bring layers of solitude as desired to your backyard retreat.