Aquatics  

Our Aquatics area offers adult/family swim, lap swimming, and a variety of water aerobic classes that are FREE with your membership!

Our Pool is 20 yards in length and depth ranges from 3 3/4' - 5' deep.  Average water temperature is 86-88 degrees.

 POOL CLOSURE NOTICE
**No closures at this time**


CLICK HERE for the Summer Pool Schedule
(June 8-August 14, 2015)


GOOD NEWS! Swim lessons now available -
 CLICK HERE for swim lesson schedule
**Sessions begin June 22, 2015**


Swim Lesson Registration form (Youth)
Swim Lesson Registration form (Adult) 

 

 

Swim lessons kids kicking

 

AQUATIC DESCRIPTIONS

Adult Swim: Ages 14 years and older. Choose activity: Water Walking, or practice your strokes and ski; no lap swimming.

Family Swim: Ages 6 months and older are welcome. All children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult in the water within arms length.

Lap Swim: Ages 10 years and older.  Lap swimming only!

Aqua Challenge: Consists of strength training and movements that will challenge your cardiovascular system.  Participants must feel comfortable in the water.  (ages 10 and older).

Water Exercise: Designed for individuals of all fitness levels. We will focus on strengthening, stretching, range of motion, balance and cardio (ages 10 and older).

 

Ease Those Aches: A special class for individuals who suffer from arthritis or are just starting to exercise and need to ease back into an exercise program (ages 10 and older).

 

Deep Water: A floatation belt is used to suspend your body in the deeper area of the pool for a non-impact workout.  This class will focus on the core muscles.  Participants must feel comfortable in the water (ages 10 and older). 

   

   

Swim suits are required for pool use, no shorts. Boy’s and Men’s suits must have a lining.

Hair that is longer than shoulder level must be tied back. No bobby pins. This measure is being enforced to prevent members from having to wear swimming caps. Please make sure your hair is tied securely before entering the pool.

Lifeguards may ask individuals to leave due to unsafe swimming skills.