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How much does it cost to Rec Swim/Lap Swim.
We offer aqua aerobics, swim lessons, aqua zumba, recreation swim, water polo and we have a swim team.
Yes, during rec. swim each child under the age of 7 or under 4' tall must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
All registrations must be accepted at the Smith Park Aquatic Center. Registrations must be accepted in person and are held on a first come, first serve basis. Click here to view registration times and dates.
Early Summer Swim Lessons begin June 1 and all regularly scheduled aquatics programs begin June 15.
Lap swim is for ages 16 and up.
Proper swim attire is requierd for all programs such as swim suits, board shorts, and rashguards. No t-shirts, basketball shorts, soccer shorts, t-shirts, or undergarments are allowed in the pool.
Yes, all food and drinks must be eaten inside the patio area. No glass items are allowed. No food or drink are allowed on the pool deck.
Everyone that enters the facility must pay.
Floatation devices or toys are not allowed in the pool. Life Jackets must be U.S. Coast Guard Approved.
Note: Puddle jumpers are not allowed, even if U.S. Coast Guard approved.
Personal floatation devices are only allowed during Recreation Swim for children under the age of 7.
Note: An adult (18 years or older) must accompany child at all times.
As of 7/1/19
Children under the age of 7 or that do not meet the height requirement are not allowed in the pool without an adult guardian.
Yes, as long as all paper work is turned in with at least 2 weeks' notice and if times and dates are available.
Swim test is required before jumping off the diving board.
6 months - adults.
Swim lessons for youth ages 6 months -17 years are $52 for non-residents and $42 for residents, per session. Swim lessons for adults 18+ are $57 for non-residents and $47 for residents, per session.