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Splash into Swimming Fun at City Pools!

Swimming is a great pastime for fitness, reducing stress, and spending time with family and friends. Our 2017 regular summer pool season has no come to an end.  See you in 2018! 


18 Outdoor Pools Open 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 

For more information call 207-3299.

Five Outdoor Pools Open Swim 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Fairchild, 1214 E. Crockett
Kennedy, 3299 S.W. 28th St. 
San Pedro, 2200 N. Flores
Springtime, 6571 Spring Time
Sunset, 103 Chesswood

Lap swim at four Regional Pools Tuesday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Heritage, 1423 Ellison Dr. 
LBJ, 10700 Nacogdoches 
South Side Lions, 3100 Hiawatha 
Woodlawn, 221 Alexander Ave. 


San Antonio Parks and Recreation Summer Season Pools

Pool

Address

Phone Number

Cassiano

1140 S. Zarzamora

210-434-7482

Concepcion

600 E. Theo

210-532-3473

Cuellar

502 S.W. 36th St.

210-434-8028

Dellview

500 Basswood Dr.

210-349-0570

Fairchild

1214 E. Crockett

210-226-6915

Garza

5800 Hemphill Dr.

210-434-8122

Heritage

1423 S. Ellison Dr.

210-645-9465

Joe Ward

435 E. Sunshine

210-732-7350

Kennedy

3299 S.W. 28th St.

210-436-7009

Kingsborough

350 Felps St.

210-924-6761

Lady Bird Johnson

10700 Nacogdoches Rd.

210-599-0122

Lincoln

2803 E. Commerce St.

210-224-7590

Monterrey

5919 W. Commerce St.

210-432-2727

New Territories

9023 Bowen Dr

210-681-2929

Normoyle

700 Culberson Ave.

210-923-2442

Roosevelt

330 Roosevelt Ave.

210-532-6091

SA Natatorium (indoor) 

1430 Cesar E. Chavez

210-207-3299

San Pedro

2200 N. Flores

210-732-5992

Southcross

803 W. Southcross

210-927-2001

Southside Lions

3100 Hiawatha

210-532-2027

Spring Time

6571 Spring Time

210-558-0491

Sunset Hills

103 Chesswood

210-435-4011

Westwood

7601 W. Military Dr.

210-673-3382

Woodlawn

221 Alexander Ave

210-732-5789

 


Splash Pads

  • Hemisfair Park, 600 Hemisfair Park
  • Pearsall Park, 5102 Old Pearsall road
  • Joe Ward Park, 435 E Sunshine (pool hours apply)
  • Gilbert Garza Park, 1450 Mira Vista


Park location

October – November

Modified Operations

December – February

Maintenance Operations

March – September

Peak Operations

Pearsall Park

Open

9am – 6pm

Closed

Scheduled Maintenance

Open

9am – 9pm

Elmendorf Lark Park

Yanaguana Gardens

Open

9am – 6pm

Open

9am – 6pm

(subject to weather conditions)

Open

9am – 9pm

NOTE: Joe Ward and Gilbert Garza- splash pads open during pool season only (off season scheduled maintenance).

 


Group Swim Lessons


                                                     SA Parks Foundation Logo

The San Antonio Parks Foundation is sponsoring free swimming lessons for summer 2017.  Swimming lessons will be offered free at all outdoor pool locations.


2017 Extended Season Swim Lesson Sessions 

Extended season swim lessons have ended for the 2017 season. Please visit our Swimming Pools tab to get information on the extended pool season ending September 24. 


Natatorium Swim Lessons & Aquafit Classes

Group swimming lessons are offered at the Natatorium for youth ages 4 and up as well as adults.  Lessons are designed for beginning and intermediate skill levels. Group swimming lessons include six lessons offered over a two week period. Session dates and times are available vary and are available on our registration site.

View & Register for Classes


Fee

Lesson
Fee

Description

Individual Lesson $50.00 per session Four 30 minutes classes
Group Lessons $30.00 per session School Age and above six 45 minutes classes
Pre-School Age 4-5 years six 30 minutes classes

Aqua Fit Programs

5:45 pm-6:30 pm        AQUA MOTION           Monday thru Thursday           ($40.00 per month)    

6:45 pm-7:30 pm        AQUA ZUMBA              Monday thru Thursday          ($40.00 per month)

11:30 am-12:30 pm    BOOTCAMP (free)      Tuesday and Thursday            (Must be able to swim)

Medium to Intense in and out of water fitness exercises.

For More information on any of these programs please contact the San Antonio Natatorium at 210-207-3299 or e-mail Josh Zammit at Joshua.Zammit@sanantonio.gov  

 

Registration Information 

Registration will be conducted at individual pool locations during regular business hours.

Registration is held on a first come first serve basis until spaces are full at each pool location.

Registration Guidelines

  • Participants must be at least 4 years of age or older.
  • Pre-School Age (4-5); School-Age (6-12); Adult (13+).
  • Participants may only be enrolled in one lesson session (2-weeks) at a time.
  • Waiting lists will be established once a session (2-weeks) is full.
  • Participants must be present for the first day of the session or they will forfeit lessons and the next individual on the waiting list will be contacted.
  • On June 10th All registration will be moved to the individual pools during their normal operating hours
  • After lessons have started if additional spaces are available, then participants may register for an additional session as follows:
    • June 27th – For session beginning July 11th
    • July 11th – For session beginning July 18th

SWIMMING PRESCRIPTION

The Parks and Recreation Department invites the local medical community to join it in providing youngsters the opportunity to "Take the Plunge," and improve their health through a swimming prescription program. "Doctors will be able to prescribe swimming lessons for any health condition in which a child would benefit from exercise," explains Recreation Manager Lyn Kinton. "What we want to do is encourage a child to get involved in swimming as a livelong healthy habit. By learning to swim, they can continue to exercise on their own."

Doctors interested in participating in the program, which will be available through December of this year, can call the Aquatics Section at  210.207.3113 for more information.

Parents may also initiate participation by talking with their family physicians about whether this program will benefit their child and requesting that the physician contact the Parks and Recreation Department for the prescription packet.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, swimming is a way to prevent childhood obesity, which has been linked to juvenile diabetes. It provides a cardiovascular workout that promotes heart and lung health, improves strength and flexibility, increases stamina, and improves balance and posture. Swimming puts less strain on joints and connective tissues than other forms of exercise.

Other cities participating in the grant-funded program include Bismarck, ND, Yuba, CA, Annapolis, MD, and McMinnville, TN.

Learning to swim has the added benefit of helping children to feel more confident," Kinton notes. "In South Texas, it’s a way for children to stay cool in the summer, stay physically active in an outdoor setting, and learn an important skill that will help keep them safe in the water throughout their lives."

For more information on the Take the Plunge for Better Health Program, call  210.207.3110.

LIFEGUARD POSITIONS

TheSan Antonio Parks and Recreation Department will hire more than 200 lifeguards to serve the public at municipal swimming pools. The starting pay is $10 an hour. Applicants should be Red Cross Certified. If not, Certification Classes will begin at the San Antonio Natatorium in November.  For more information, please call 207-3299. 

Swim Teams

A competitive youth swim program is offered at all 23 outdoor pool locations during the outdoor pool season. There is a one-time registration fee of $10 per child, which includes a t-shirt. Participants practice Tuesday - Friday in order to compete against other pools in three weekend meets. The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is a member of the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) which is a non-profit organization established in 1925 to promote and organize amateur athletics in the state of Texas. Winners from the regional swim meet will qualify to go to the state level TAAF swim meet.

Registration for swim teams will be held at individual pool sites starting Saturday, June 11.

Swim Team Members

The Team brings home the GOLD!
We have gold! Congratulations to several of our Parks and Recreation swim team members who placed at the Games of Texas in College Station recently. Michael Benavides brought home a gold medal in the 50-yard butterfly in the 35-40-year-old category. Isaac Moncrief snagged the gold for the 50-meter butterfly in the 11-12 year-old category.

A bronze medal went to Josh Salazar in the 50-yard breaststroke, 13-14-year-olds. Noah Moncrief also received a bronze medal in the 50-meter backstroke in the 11-12-year-old category. The 200-yard medley relay team of Michael Mendiola, Isaac Moncrief, Noah Moncrief and Josh Calderon placed sixth and brought home ribbons. Josh also competed in the 50-yard backstroke and brought home a 5th place ribbon.

Way to go, guys! Staying active, fit, and competitive!

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