Pool Schedule

 

Regular Pool Hours of Operation - Click the Schedule to Enlarge It

Pool Rental

 

Looking for a fun and unique party or event location? The Eaton Area Community Center swimming pool is available for after hours private pool rentals. Rentals include the party room, the slide, river, entry area, zero–depth, and lap pool. For more information please contact McKaea Pfeiff at eaccrentals@eaprd.com

 

The following fees must be paid at the time of reservation:

 

For parties of 30 or less people DD $169 / ND $205 per hour

 

For parties of 30 or more people $215 / ND $259 per hour

 

* $250 refundable damage deposit

 

After Hours Pool Rental

 

Looking for a fun and unique party or event location? The Eaton Area Community Center swimming pool is available for after hours private pool rentals. Rentals include the party room, the slide, river, entry area, zero–depth, and lap pool. For more information please contact McKaea Pfeiff at eaccrentals@eaprd.com.

 

The following fees must be paid at the time of reservation:

 

For parties of 30 or less people DD $200/ND $250 per hour

 

For parties of 30 or more people DD $250/ND $300 per hour

 

*$250 refundable damage deposit is required

 

Group Pool Reservations

 

The EACC pool is the perfect place to take your large group for a fun outing. If you are interested in bringing a group of ten or more, please contact Avalon Mays – Aquatics Supervisor at avalonmays@eaprd.com for scheduling.

 

Group of 10 or more Adults DD $4.50 | ND $5.50

 

Group of 10 or more Youth DD $2.50 | ND $3.00

 

Group Swim Lessons

 

The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District believes that by providing you access to swim lessons we are promoting wellness and safety amongst our community. We invite you to join our 30-minute nationally recognized American Red Cross, Learn-To-Swim program. This balanced program teaches swimming skills for all abilities and promotes safety in, on and around the water. Classes are taught by professional instructors, in a safe and fun learning environment.

 

Registration for session 1 of swim lessons begins on August 20th for in-district and August 22nd for non-district. Please refer to the swim lesson schedules for future registration dates. Registration closes, and wait lists will be contacted the Friday before a session begins.

 

For swim lesson related questions please contact Avalon Mays – Aquatics Supervisor at avalonmays@eaprd.com or 970-893-1219

Swim Level Descriptions Ages: 6 Months - 3 Parent & Tot Will help young children become comfortable in, on and around the water so that when the time comes, they are ready to learn how to swim. Ages: 3 - 5 Preschool 1 is the start of your child’s swimming journey. This class introduces basic water skills; submerging and blowing bubbles, gliding on front with support, entering and exiting the water, rolling to back, back floating with support and recovering to a vertical position. * Prerequisite: Child must be ready to participate in a group setting. Preschool 2 will continue your child on this very important journey. This class presents new swimming and water safety skills; independent front and back floats, independent front and back glides and learning forward locomotion with the use of combined arm and leg action. * Prerequisite: Pass Preschool 1; OR go underwater without hesitation; comfortable floating on front and back with support. Preschool 3 is the next step to ensure that your child learns how to be safe in, on and around the water and to swim well. This class continues to develop swimming and water safety skills; treading water, front and back floats for 15 seconds, using combined arm and leg action on front, rolling from front to back and rolling from back to front to continue swimming. * Prerequisite: Pass Preschool 2; OR independently floating on front and back for 5 seconds; forward movement through water. Ages: 5+ Level 1 is the start of your child’s swimming journey. This class introduces basic water skills; submerging and opening eyes underwater, gliding on front with support, entering and exiting the water safely, rolling to back, back floating with support and recovering to a vertical position. * Prerequisite: Pass Level 1; OR go underwater without hesitation, comfortable floating on front and back with support. Level 2 builds on skills learned in level 1 and begins teaching rudimentary propulsive skills on both the front and back. This class marks the beginning of independent aquatic locomotion; treading, floating for 15 seconds, rolling from front to back, rolling from the back to the front and using combined arm and leg action for forward locomotion. * Prerequisite: Pass Level 1; OR go underwater without hesitation; comfortable floating on front and back with support. Level 3 introduces new swimming and water safety skills to develop water competency. Class will focus on the rudimentary skills of front crawl, elementary backstroke, scissor kick, dolphin kick, survival floating, and treading water. * Prerequisite: Pass Level 2; OR independently floating on front and back for 5 seconds; forward movement through water. Level 4 improves stroke proficiency and focus on swimming longer distances. Students will work toward swimming 25 yards of front crawl and elementary backstroke, swimming 15 yards of breaststroke, butterfly, back crawl, side stroke and be introduced to open turns. * Prerequisite: Pass Level 3; OR swim 15 yards’ front crawl with rotary breathing. Level 5 refines the six swimming strokes introduced in level 4. Classes include activities and drills that are engaging and challenging; longer distance swims, new water safety skills, and flip turns. * Prerequisite: Pass Level 4; OR swim 25 yards’ front crawl and elementary backstroke, 15 yards’ breaststroke, butterfly, back crawl and side stroke. Level 6 implements high expectations in regard to distance and quality of swimming strokes. Class goals; swim 500 yards continuously, perform open and flip turns while swimming, circle swimming, survival floating,swimming, and treading water for 2 minutes. * Prerequisite: Pass Level 5; OR swim 50 yards’ front crawl and elementary backstroke, 25 yards’ breaststroke, butterfly, back crawl and side stroke. Group Swim Lesson Schedule Morning Lessons

Tuesday and THURSDAY MORNING LESSONS

Session

Meeting Dates

Registration Opens

Price

Session 1

September 11 - October 4

DD: August 20

ND: august 22

DD $39

ND $49

Session 2

October 9 - November 1

DD: September 28

ND: October 1

DD $39

ND $49

Session 3

November 27 - December 20

DD: November 2

ND: November 5

DD $39

ND $49

Class

Preschool 1

Preschool 2

Preschool 3

Time (AM)

9:00 - 9:30

9:35 - 10:05

10:10 - 10:40

Session 1

Session 2

2311.201

2312.201

2313.201

Session 3

2311.301

2312.301

2313.301

Evening Lessons

Monday and Wednesday Evening LESSONS

Session

Meeting Dates

Registration Opens

Price

Session 1

September 10 - October 3

DD: August 20

ND: august 22

DD $39

ND $49

Session 2

October 8 - October 31

DD: September 28

ND: October 1

DD $39

ND $49

Session 3

November 26 - December 19

DD: November 2

ND: November 5

DD $39

ND $49

Class

Parent & Tot

Preschool 1

Preschool 2

Preschool 3

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 6

Time (PM)

4:30 - 5:00

4:30 - 5:00

5:05 - 5:35

4:30 - 5:00

5:40 - 6:10

5:05 - 5:35

5:40 - 6:10

5:40 - 6:10

5:05 - 5:35

4:30 - 5:00

5:05 - 5:35

5:40 - 6:10

Session 1

Session 2

2301.201

2311.202

2311.203

2312.202

2312.203

2312.202

2313.203

2321.201

2322.201

2323.201

2324.201

2326.201

Session 3

2301.301

2311.302

2311.303

2312.302

2312.303

2312.302

2313.303

2321.301

2322.301

2323.301

2324.301

2326.301

Weekend Lessons

SATURDAY MORNING LESSONS

Session

Meeting Dates

Registration Opens

Price

Session 1

September 15 - October 13

DD: August 20

ND: august 22

DD $19

ND $25

Session 2

October 20 - November 17

DD: September 28

ND: October 1

DD $19

ND $25

Class

Parent & Tot

Preschool 1

Preschool 2

Preschool 3

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Time (AM)

9:00 - 9:30

9:00 - 9:30

9:35 - 10:05

9:00 - 9:30

10:10 - 10:40

9:35 - 10:05

10:10 - 10:40

10:10 - 10:40

9:35 - 10:05

9:35 - 10:05

10:10 - 10:40

9:00 - 9:30

Session 1

2301.102

2311.104

2311.105

2312.104

2312.105

2313.104

2313.105

2321.102

2322.102

2323.102

2324.102

2325.101

Session 2

2301.202

2311.204

2311.205

2312.204

2312.205

2313.204

2313.205

2321.202

2322.202

2323.202

2324.202

2325.201

Private Swim Lessons

 

Swimmers of all ages and abilities will benefit from one–on–one or two–on–one swim instruction. These 30–minute–long sessions will be tailored to your exact swimming needs; which can range from timid or first–time swimmers to those interested in creating a swim fitness program. Times are based off your schedule and instructor’s availability. Register today by contacting Avalon Mays – Aquatics Supervisor at avalonmays@eaprd.com or 970-893-1219

 

Fee: DD $25/ND $35

 

Adult Swim Lessons (Ages 14+)

 

Swimming has many valuable benefits; it is a skill you can use for the rest of your life, it provides a full body exercise, and it is low impact. If you have ever thought to yourself “I wish I had learned how to swim” then this is the class for you. Work with our professional instructors for 30 minutes per week, we will focus on the basics of swimming, how to be safe in on and around the water, and how to create your own lap swim program.

Day

Wednesday

Date

September 12 - October 10

October 17 - November 14

tIme (PM)

Activity #

2335.101

2335.201

Fee

DD $19

ND $25

American Red Cross - Shallow Water Lifeguard Training

 

The Eaton Area Park & Recreation District is committed to the growth of our community and takes pride in developing individuals into future leaders. We provide a unique and fun way to start developing your leadership skills with this American Red Cross lifeguard certification class. The course provides entry–level shallow water lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills needed to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies in shallow water up to 5–feet deep and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services personnel take over.

 

* The following prerequisites must be passed to participate in class; swim 100 yards continuously demonstrating breath control, 2–minute tread using legs only, and a timed event where participants must retrieve a 10–pound brick from 5 feet of water and swim the brick 20 yards within 50 seconds.

Day

Sunday - Wednesday

Date

November 18 - 21

tIme

Activity #

2360.101

Fee

DD $145

ND $175

Aquatics Drop–In\Fitness Classes Aquacise Aquatic exercise is the perfect class for you if you’re looking to improve your cardiovascular endurance and strength but would also like to use the waters unique support to ease strain on muscles and joints. Regardless of height, weight/build, size, age or gender, this is a great opportunity for you to enjoy the pool, workout in a social environment, and have fun! Tuesday and Thursday 8:00 – 9:00 am Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 – 6:30 pm River Aerobics Looking for a high intensity water workout? Join our 1/2 hour or 1–hour river aerobics class for a cardio and strength training workout. This class utilizes the assistance and resistive properties of the river's current to make for a dynamic and fun workout. Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 – 9:30 am Wednesday 5:30 – 6:30 pm Pool Rules Small Children Children under the age of 6 who cannot pass the swim test must have a parent within arms length reach at all time. A ratio of one adult per three children is required. Children under the age of the 14 must pass a swim test to use the lap pool, entry area, slide, and/or river. Swim Test A Green Wrist Band is given if a child completes a 15-yard swim, with their face in the water and without stopping. If successfully completed, the swimmer may use the lap pool, entry area, slide, and river. (If there is no scheduled closure or special event occurring in that area) A Yellow Wrist Band is given if a child demonstrates comfort in the water and is at least 48” tall. If successful the swimmer may use the entry area, slide, and river. A Red Wrist Band is given if a child is over the age of 6, is not 48” tall and does not want to stay within arm’s reach of a parent. If given a red wrist band swimmers must stay in the zero-depth area of the pool unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. If a child does not wish to take the swim test they may stay in the zero-depth area. Swimmers must wear appropriate swimwear, no workout clothes or cut-offs Swimmers must shower prior to entering the pool No Diving No Running No prolonged or repetitive breath holding Regular diapers are not allowed. Swim diapers or plastic pants are required for all participants who are diaper dependent. Follow the lifeguard rule, if a guest exhibits unsafe behavior we reserve the right to expel them from the swim area or center. This is not an all-encompassing list, for questions and additional rules ask for the head guard or manager on duty.
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