A 14000 square foot pool is nonexistant. However, we can lay out theoritical values. On average, people would take up approximately 2 square foot of an area. This would mean 7000 people could fit in the pool without stacking upon another. But that would mean they couldn't move in the water. A safer perspective would allow 1 person per 50 square feet since that area would allow people to swim. Meaning a safe number of people that could be in a pool of 14000sqft at any given point should be 280 people. However, you could fit around 7000 people in the pool.
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How many gallons will fit into a 24 foot diameter x 4 foot high round swimming pool
I would say 6 adults
A 22-foot round pool that is 4 feet deep holds about 43,238.5 liters of water.
A 2-foot round pool with 12 inches of water is holding about 23.6 gallons of water.
A 28-foot round pool filled with 4 feet of water would contain about 18,500 gallons.
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This pool holds a maximum of about 10,360 gallons of water.
7,646.4 gallons are needed.
About 24 gallons.
About 18,402 gallons.