Aquatic Programs

Swim Lessons

6 months-Adult

REGISTRATION CLOSED

H2O 5K

Adults 18+

REGISTRATION CLOSED

SWIM LESSONS

2019 SWIM LESSON SCHEDULE

Parent & Child (Levels 1 & 2) / Pre-School (Levels 1-3)
July 8-18 5:30-6:15pm

Regular Swim Lessons (Levels 1-6)
July 8-18 6:30-7:15pm


$47 per session

Class size is limited. Swim Lessons will be 45 minutes each day. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Once a class is full you will have to register for another session. No exceptions. Forms must be received 2 days before the session begins. No refunds. Instructors reserve the right to determine your child's level of ability and place them accordingly. Your child must be able to handle a classroom like setting in order to participate. They must be able to easily go with the instructors without crying or consistant refusal to participate. Instructors must be able to focus on the class as a whole and will not be able to concentrate on one child. If your child requires a more one on one environment to learn effectively, please consider private lessons. If there is a constant resistance to participate or your child becomes physically abusive with the intructors, you may be asked to leave.


PRIVATE LESSONS

2019 Private Swim Lesson Schedule

30 minute lessons by appointment only

July 8-August 1 8:30-10:30am
July 22-August 1 5:30-6:30pm

$15 Per Session
$40 for 3 Sessions 
$55 for 4 Sessions


Call the Park office for more information 573-624-8244


H20 5K

NEW!  COMING JUNE 2019

Purpose of Program:
Motivate, encourage, and promote health and fitness while having fun.  This program is designed to help those who want/need that extra push to get started with an obtainable fitness program. 

Why Swim and Run? 
Running and swimming complement each other nicely.  Running is high impact and can be hard on joints.  Incorporating swimming into your workout program allows you to give your body a break from the hard impact while still building lean muscle and cardio fitness.

How about that upper body?  Running does not give much upper body exercise like swimming will.   Swimming will give you the consistent resistance of the water without the headache of the weight room.  Swimming and running together will give you a well rounded workout focusing on upper body, lower body, core, and cardio. 


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