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Aquatics FAQ

General Information
When does Recreation Swim begin this summer? 

2024 Recreation swim will begin on Monday, June 10th

Is the pool heated? 

Both pools are heated to be within a few degrees, above or below, of 80ºF (27ºC).

How long is the lap pool? 

Our lanes are 25 yards.

Can my child wear a life jacket? 

We allow US Coast Guard approved life jackets in our aquatic facilities. All children wearing life jackets must be within arms reach on an adult.

How old does my child have to be to come alone? 

The child must be at least twelve (12) years old. Anyone under the age of twelve (12) must be with an adult. Participants 14 years and older are eligible to Lap Swim.

What age is considered to be an adult? 

Adults are participants who are 16 years and older and may be accompanied with children under the age of 12. Participants 14 years and older are eligible to Lap Swim.

What kind of pool toys can we bring in? 

Most pool toys are allowed. No water guns, hard balls, inflatables, or noodles. Toys and swim equipment will be restricted at the discretion of the lifeguards.

Can we use an inflatable in the pool? 

Inflatables are not permitted in either of our aquatic facilities; we allow US Coast Guard Approved life jackets.

Food and Drink 

Food, drinks, and ice chest are allowed into the facility. We do not allow any glass or alchohol. Ice chest are subject to search upon entry.


You are allowed to bring in a shade structure, no larger then 10x20 feet. It must be placed and secured on the fenceline.

Swim Lessons
How do I register for swim lessons? 

We accept registration in person and over the phone during business hours, and online by clicking here

What if I do not know my child’s swim level? 

We are adopting a new swim lesson curriculum that breaks classes up by age. Registering by level is no longer an option; class registration will be based on age. 

How many lessons will it take until my child can swim? 

Each child learns how to swim differently; providing and giving positive praise will increase their confidence and willingness to do their best. For an accelerated learning experience we recommend back to back lessons or a minimum of three lessons a week. The more practice a swimmer has, the faster they will progress. At the end of each lesson the instructor will inform the parents on what can be reviewed at home. 

Do we offer make-up swim lessons? 

In order to maintain the integrity of our classes when it comes to content and to size, we do not offer make-up swim lessons. We believe that adding swimmers to classes for make-ups interrupts the rhythm and safety of the class. If you do miss a class for a medical reason or illness, please turn in a doctor’s note and we can refund the missed classes.

What should I expect on the first day? 

Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the beginning of your class. Check in with the aquatics front desk and they will direct you as to the location of the class on the pool deck.

What do I bring? 

Please bring a swim suit, towel, and goggles. If their hair is long we recommend a hair tie or a swim cap. If you are enrolled in a parent and child class, your child will need a disposable swim diaper under the swim suit.