Estes Park Aquatic Center FAQ
The Aquatic Center is an indoor, year around, open to the public facility. We have 6 lap lanes and a diving well. We have a diving board and water slide. We also have a wader pool for the kids 6 and under. The main pool is kept between 84-85° and the wader pool is kept around 90°.
We are located at 660 Community Dr, over by the fairgrounds and the school. Take South St. Vrain to Graves Ave and take a left, and you will end up in our parking lot
We offer daily rates for both resident and non-residents, click on the following link to see our rates
We have lost and found suits available to borrow and we also carry Speedo swim suits for all ages including adults. We also have a wide variety of goggles and other swimming gear available to purchase.
We offer group rates to groups that contact us at least 4 weeks in advance. Groups must be 25 or more. We also have a Camp Punch pass, or you can purchase a regular punch pass. We have discounts to birthday party groups that book in advance. We DO NOT offer groups discounts to groups that do not give us advance notice
YES! We just installed a water slide in August 2011. We also have a diving board, lots of pool toys, and a wader pool for kids 6 and under with parental supervision.
We have a wide variety of life jackets in all sizes. Our rule is that any person under the age of 16 must pass the swim test in order to leave the shallow end. The swim test is swimming 25 yards non-stop with a front crawl stroke. If they cannot pass the swim test or do not want to take it, they must wear a lifejacket out of the shallow end.
We do not currently rent out our equipment; it is for use only at the Estes Park Aquatic Center.
We have kickboards, fins, hand paddles, water jog belt, resistance weights and a variety of other equipment for use at the pool.
A swim cap is not required at the Aquatic Center. We do however ask that you take a shower before entering the pool.
Open swim is defined as a time for anyone to do any type of swimming. Generally we have at least two lap lanes available during open swim unless we have over 50 people in the pool. During open swim you are also free to use the diving board and rope swing and get out the pool toys. Lap swim is our designated lap swim time. This time is specifically for people who want to walk or swim in a lane.
There are some different criteria to being considered a resident of Estes Park, check out our resident ID policy or stop by the pool and we can check for you.
Yes, the Estes Park Aquatic Center is a public pool, please see our schedule for available swim times.
The EVRPD resident card is for people who live/own property/pay taxes within the Estes Valley Recreation District, the EVRPD ID pass is good at all EVRPD facilities. The pool only resident card is for people who live/own property/pay taxes within the PSDR-3 school district but not the Rec. District. Pool Only ID is good only at the pool, not at any other Rec. District facilities.