Apple Valley Family Aquatic Center

The Apple Valley Family Aquatic Center is one of those exciting places where you can make fun family memories while sliding down slippery water slides, diving in the deep pool, or just swimming! A fun place filled with various waterworks, picnic areas, wading areas, & concession stands for people of all ages! The fun never ends!

The Aquatic Center features:

💦Water Slides
💦Leisure Pool
💦Drop Slide
💦Bowl Slide
💦Spray Ground
💦Lazy River
🏊🏼‍♀️Life jackets are available
✔️Large Lawn Area for picnics
🥤Concession stand and more!

How much does it cost to get in?
Daily Entry Fee $13.00
Children twelve months and under are free. Up to ten entry discount cards are available online at the address above, at the Aquatic Center when it is open and at the Apple Valley Community Center. Apple Valley residents receive additional discounts on punch cards.
What are the hours?
The aquatic center is open daily at 11:00am and close at 6:00pm (weather permitting). Note that Water Walking and Lap Swimming occur outside of these times.
Can I bring my own food? And can I bring a cooler to keep food and drink in?
Yes, with the exception of glass containers, tobacco and alcohol, we allow all types of food and drink at the Aquatic Center. And coolers too.
Goggles, a mask or fins-
You can wear goggles while swimming, but you have to carry them in your hand on the slide. This, along with not wearing them when you go off the diving board, helps to prevent black eyes. The masks and fins have unfortunately caused problems for some swimmers , so we do not allow them. It is especially important that no glass items be brought into the pool, such as a glass diving mask.
Water Walking!
The aquatic center  offers Water Walking. Offered from 9:30am to 10:30am seven days a week and from 6:30pm to 7:30pm Monday through Friday (weather permitting). The cost is $4 per entry. Punch cards for this activity are available at the Aquatic Center or the Community Center Front Desk for purchase.
Are there breaks in the day?
They do have a five minute safety break at five minutes to each hour during busy times. This provides a chance for people to use the restroom and find members of their group. These breaks may be ten minutes in extreme heat to give the Lifeguard staff a chance to cool down and refill their water bottles.

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