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Dimond Park Aquatic Center



Dimond Park Aquatic Center

                                

                                                Definitions

 

Infant: A child under the age of 2.

 

Child: Age 2 to 7.

 

Youth: Age 8 to 17.

 

Adult: Age 18 to 64.

 

Senior: Age 65 and up.

 

Lunch Bunch: Time set aside for parents to bring children 7 years and younger for fun play time.

 

Play Features Open aka Open Swim: Recreational swimming for all ages in both pools. Play features on, at least one slide. Low dive will only be open if yellow slide is closed.

 

Lap Swim: Circle swimming in the lap lanes of the large pool.

 

10 Visit Pass: Buy 9, get one free.  Expires once all 10 visits have been used.  Pass is renewable.  Swimmer must present card at the time of visit.

 

Monthly Pass: Allows for unlimited admission to all public swims for 30 days from the date of purchase.  Non transferable, renewable.  Swimmer must present card at time of visit.

 

Three Month Pass: Allows for unlimited admission to all public swims for 90 days from the date of purchase.  Non transferable, renewable.  Swimmer must present card at time of visit.

 

Annual Pass: Allows for unlimited admission to all public swims for one calendar year from the date of purchase.  Non transferable, renewable.  Swimmer must present card at time of visit.

 

Lap Swim Pass: Allows for unlimited admission to lap swim during business hours.  There are always at least two lanes available to the public from opening to close.

 

Household Pass: Two (2) adults and all children under guardianship living in household.  Non transferable, renewable.  Swimmers must present card at time of visit.

 

Fitness Pass: Allows entry into pool to attend fitness classes only, such as Aqua Zumba, aqua aerobics.

 

Deck: Concrete walkway surrounding the pools.

 

Red Slide: Flume slide that drops into the recreational pool.

 

Yellow Slide: Drop slide that drops into the deep end of the lap pool.