Mountain Park’s indoor aquatics center features a family-friendly leisure pool, lap pool and therapeutic spa. Framed by innovative architecture featuring beautiful contemporary wood-based décor, the space has large glass windows and curved, natural pool edges.

Three connected environments comprise the center designed to cater to all age groups. From the competitive swimmer to the young pool-goer, there’s something for everyone here – water aerobics, swim classes, lap swimming, and regular new offerings.





Private and semi-private lessons are currently taking requests. Once we have received your completed Private Swim Agreement we will contact you with placement based on the availability of instructors. Please note that private and semi-private lessons are for children ages 3 and up.

Private Swim Agreement

Private & Semi-Private Lesson Rates

1,608 SQ. FT. LAP POOL
  • 3 Well-Maintained Lanes
  • Industry Standard 25-Yard Pool Size

  • Rehabilitative Water Jets
  • Year-Round Heating
  • Comfortable Seating

  • Large, Water-Park-Style Spiral water slide
  • Current Channel: A Slow-Moving River in the Pool
  • Swirling Water Vortex
  • Beach Style Entryway


How old do you need to be to use the hot tub?2019-09-18T14:00:56-07:00

There are no age restrictions to use the hot tub but children 13 and younger must have a responsible person aged 14 or older present with them.

When is your annual pool maintenance?2022-06-10T15:58:06-07:00

Based on Clubhouse usage data, we close our pool for two weeks annually either in late August or September for thorough cleaning and maintenance. This closure often, but not always, coincides with local schools’ start dates.

What is the temperature of the pools?2019-09-18T14:05:34-07:00

The Lap pool is 82°, the Leisure pool is 87°, and the Spa is 104°


What is your refund/cancellation Policy?2022-06-10T15:52:52-07:00
  • No make-ups, refunds or credits for missed private and semi-private lessons.
  • We reserve the right to make any changes to the schedule at any time up to and during a session.
  • Classes cancelled and deemed unsafe by MT. Park HOA due to weather and unsafe road conditions will be made up on the next session.
  • Failure to adhere to program policies is cause for dismissal with no refund of fees.
Are swim caps required?2017-12-29T18:56:48-07:00

No, swim caps are not required in any of our pools.


Who can use the water slide?2022-07-21T11:28:22-07:00

Users must be at least 48 inches tall to ride the water slide. Maximum weight is 300lbs, per manufacturer’s guidelines. Single riders only. Adults cannot put a child on their lap to slide down the slide.

When are group swim lessons?2022-06-10T15:56:37-07:00

We do not offer group swim lessons at this time.

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