The North Olmsted Parks & Recreation offers both an indoor and outdoor pools which can be utilized for swimming lessons, water aerobics, open swimming and more.
Daily Admission Fees (Included in a Monthly or Annual Recreation Center Membership)
|Child (3-11 years old)||$4|
|Student (12-17 years old)||$4|
|Adult (18 – 54 years old)||$5|
|Senior (55 years and older)||$2.50|
|Family up to 5||$15|
|Additional family members||$4|
Summer session registration begins on March 25, 2019
North Olmsted Parks & Recreation offers several levels of swimming for all abilities and ages. Annually, we teach over 800 students through learn to swim programs. Whether it is learning how to blow bubbles or swimming from one wall to the other, we have a class for you. Learn more about our upcoming program dates and times.
American Red Cross Lifeguarding Class
July 23rd, July 25th, July 30th, August 1st and August 6th | 10:00am – 3:00pm
American Red Cross Lifeguard Training classes offer great skills for students ages 15 and older who are seeking employment as lifeguards. Successful completion of this course will qualify participants for employment as a lifeguard. All participants must pass the prerequisite skills test administered during the first class. This test consists of a 300 yard swim (front crawl and breaststroke with proper technique required), retrieval of a ten pound weight from a depth of 7 to 9 feet and two minutes of treading water without using legs. Click here to register online.
Resident: $195 | Non-Resident: $210
North Olmsted Summer Swim Team
Season begins Wednesday June 5, 2019 and continues through July 27, 2019. Swimmers must be able to swim one length of the pool unassisted. This program is for participants 18 years of age or younger. Learn more.
Resident: $85 | Non-Resident: $95
Designed for children 6 months – 3 years or age. Infants will be provided with a positive introduction to water in this class. Focus will be on having fun in the water and educating parents on how to work with their child in a pool environment. An adult must accompany each child and assist the child in the pool under the guidance of our instructors. All children that are not toilet-trained must wear a tight-fitting, plastic swim diaper.
Designed for children 3-5 years of age. Parent/guardian accompanies child in the water and receives feedback and guidance from an instructor. Class emphasis is on fun and safety. Children develop water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration and more.
Designed for children 3-5 years of age. Comfort with an instructor without a parent in the room is essential. These classes cover submerging, floating, kick and swimming techniques, exhaling under water, and other basic swimming skills. Students will be paired with other of similar skill level on the first day.
Designed for children 6-12 years of age. Class is designed for the swimmer who needs help feeling comfortable in the water. Class time is spent submerging, floating, kicking, opening eyes and exhaling under water, along with arm and hand movements.
Designed for children 6-12 years of age. Class is designed to give the student success with fundamental skills. Students learn to do front and back glides while floating, swim on their front and back, and the elementary backstroke kick. Class will be held in large pool and students should feel comfortable in deeper water.
Designed for children 6-12 years of age. Concentration is on building confidence and the development and refinement of the front crawl and back crawl using rotary breathing. Students will also learn elementary backstroke, breaststroke, kick, and sitting kneeling dives. Class will be held in large pool and students should feel comfortable in deeper water.
Designed for children 6-12 years of age. Students must be comfortable in deep water and be able to swim the length of the large pool demonstrating front crawl with side breathing. Emphasis is placed on the refinement and endurance of skills learned in previous levels. Students will learn the breaststroke arms, refinement of elementary backstroke and dolphin kick. Students should be prepared to swim several lengths of the pool at each class meeting.
Concentration is placed on the coordination, refinement and endurance of previously learned strokes. Students in this class must be able to swim at least two continuous lengths of the pool and be prepared to swim several lengths of the pool each class meeting. This class will cover all competitive style strokes such as front crawl, backstroke, breaststroke, and including butterfly arms.
Primary objective is the refinement of all strokes so students swim with ease, efficiency, power, and smoothness over greater distances. Personal water safety, lifeguard readiness, fundamentals of diving and fitness swimmers are other areas covered. Student may swim up to 20 lengths of the pool in one class meeting. Upon successful completion of this course, it is recommended that the participant sign up for the North Olmsted Summer Swim Team.
*Included in daily admission and pool passes
Low Impact Aerobics Class
Low Impact Water Aerobics involve rhythmic, continuous movements that exercise large muscle groups. Aerobics improve your endurance and cardiovascular health.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday | 9:00 – 9:45am
Tuesday & Thursday | 9:15 – 10:00am
Classic Water Aerobics Class
Water Aerobics employs the properties of a total-body workout without the strain on muscles and joints associated with higher impact activities. This class will take you through a variety of routines to enhance cardiovascular fitness, tone and strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, and improve balance.
Monday – Friday| 10:00 – 10:45am
A moderate to intense cardio workout performed in the deep end of the pool with the use of buoyancy belts. This active exercise program combines running, swimming and aerobics. Increase your cardiovascular endurance while burning calories. Participants should be comfortable in the deep end of the pool.
Tuesday & Thursday | 8:00 – 8:45pm