Bicentennial Pool

Bicentennial Pool
Welcome to the Pool

Our heated 225,000 gallon Junior Olympic Size swimming pool is a perfect way for people to exercise who aren't able to workout on land due to physical disabilities or special needs. There is no excessive pressure on joints and bones.

Handicapp Ramp in PoolOur pool has a handicap ramp built into the pool, along with an accessible water-wheelchair that allows you to enter and exit with ease.

Swimming just thirty minutes, three times a week, will put you on your way to a healthier, more productive lifestyle. Swimming is a highly effective, low impact, aerobic workout. But the best part is... it's FUN!

Come join us at the pool to cool off, exercise, or to just have fun!

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Age

Price

4 and under FREE
5 - 11 $1.06
12 - 59 $2.12
60 and over $1.06

Underwater Egg Hunt

Parks & Recreation presents the Underwater Egg Hunt for children at the Bicentennial Park Pool on April 19th. There will also be food for sale and festivities outside around the pool grounds such as potato sack races, egg races, arts ‘n craft stations and much more. This year there will be a separate land base egg hunt outside of the pool area designed especially for little children ages 0 - 3 or for those who cannot swim.

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Aqua Zumba

On-going Aqua Zumba every Saturday at 10:00.

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Programs and Pricing:

Pool Pass: Pool Pass expiration is based from date of purchase. Pool passes not valid for special events, special programs or swim lessons. A Family Pass includes parent or legal guardians and their children under 18 years of age.

Breaks: A break will be called on the 50 of the hour on Weekends, School Holidays and in the Summer.


Birthday Parties Swimming Lessons

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