The Swimming Pool @ the ARC

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The Aspen Recreation Center will be closed from Saturday, September 9, 2017 - Sunday, September 17, 2017

Swimming Pool Info

    Hours

  • Year-Round
    Monday - Friday6:00am - 9:00pm
    Saturday9:00am - 8:00pm
    Sunday11:00am - 6:00pm
  • Twilight Hours
    Monday - SaturdayLast 90 Minutes of Operation

Costs

Admission Required Daily Admission / Recreation Pass

Swimming Pool Features

  • Water Slide
  • Lazy River
  • Family Swim Area

Sports & Activities

Rules & Policies

  • James E. Moore Pool Rules & Policies
  • Covenant Not to Sue and Assumption of Risk

    Please read carefully before signing. This is a legally binding agreement.

    Through your purchase of the activities and use of the facilities as referenced herein, you agree to all the terms and conditions contained herein and give up your right to bring a course of action to recover compensation or obtaining any remedy for any injury to yourself of your property or for your death, however caused, arising out of your participation in the activities referenced herein or in use of City of Aspen facilities, now or anytime in the future.

    Acknowledgement of Risk

    I hereby acknowledge and agree that the activities referenced herein and the use of associated City facilities for those activities has inherent risks, including the risk of serious injury, paralysis and death. I have full knowledge of the nature and extent of all risks associated with my use and participation of the activities referenced herein and the use of City owned facilities.

    Release/Indemnification

    In consideration of my participation in the activities referenced herein and the use of City owned facilities, I, the subscribing user and participant, agree to release and on behalf of myself, my heirs, representatives, executors, administrators and assigns HEREBY DO RELEASE, the City of Aspen, its officers, agents, sponsors and employees from cause of action, claims, or demands of any nature whatsoever, including, but not limited to, a claim of negligence, which I, my heirs, representatives, executors, administrators and assigns may now have, or have in the future on account of personal injury, property damage, death or accident of any kind, arising out of or in any way related to my participation in the activities referenced herein or in the use of City owned facilities, whether that participation or use is supervised or unsupervised, however the injury of damage caused, including, but not limited to, the negligence of the City of Aspen, its officers, agents and employees. In consideration of my participation and use of City owned facilities, I ,the subscribing user and participant, agree to indemnify and hold harmless the City of Aspen, its officers, agents and employees from any and all causes of action, claims, demands, losses or costs of any nature whatever arising out of or in any way related to my participation or use of City owned facilities. The terms of this Agreement shall be in full force and effect on the date hereof, the date(s) upon which I participate in the activities referenced herein, and on any other occasion when I may participate or use City owned facilities to participate in the activities referenced herein.

    Department Vision & Philosophy

    Vision

    To preserve, enhance and provide access to our recreational facilities, parks, open space and trails.

    Philosophy

    Scenic views of the natural environment are one of the community’s greatest assets and the reason many people choose to visit or make the Aspen area their home. Maintaining and improving easy access to public lands throughout the UGB is equally important.

    The City and County have made great strides in the acquisition of open space during the last 40 years. The further acquisition of open space parcels should focus on wildlife habitat, the protection of scenic resources, trail connectivity and recreational uses.

    The City and County have dramatically expanded the regional trails network in recent decades. Further trail development should focus on connections between existing trails to further improve this outstanding network for the purpose of supporting an outdoor lifestyle, easy access to outlying public lands and to provide increased opportunities for the use of trails by commuters in both summer and winter.

    The City’s recreation programs and facilities have become a valuable asset for year-round residents as well as building on the community’s reputation as a center for high quality recreation. These programs and facilities must be constantly reassessed and revitalized in order to maintain one of the most valued features of the Aspen area.

    Parental Acknowledgement and Consent

    Parental Acknowledgement and Consent

    In the event that the User of said activities and the associated City facilities is under 18 years of age, I hereby represent that I am legally appointed or natural guardian of the participant as herein subscribed and that he or she is participating thusly with my full knowledge and consent; and that I join in the execution of the above Acknowledgements of Risk and Releases and Indemnifications and agree to the terms thereof and do hereby bind myself, my heirs, executors, personal representatives and assigns.

    Hospital and Medical Release

    As parent or legal guardian of the minor participant, I DO HEREBY CONSENT to the giving of emergency medical care or treatment of my son or daughter by any professional medical nursing staff of the Aspen Valley Hospital, or any other hospital, or any licensed physician, which in their judgment is required in case of accident or medical emergency incurred during said minor's participation of use of City owned facilities.

    Privacy and Cookies Policy

    Collecting your personal information helps the Aspen Parks & Recreation Department (APR) to better understand what you need from us. We use your information to:
    •manage and improve the Website.
    •personalize our services to you.
    •administer and operate your account.
    •process your orders.
    •tell you about important changes to the Website and our services.
    •understand your shopping behaviour to develop and improve our products and services.
    •manage promotions, competitions, customer surveys and questionnaires.
    •check and verify your identity, and prevent or detect crime.

    We may share your personal information across the Aspen Parks & Recreation Department (APR) so we can provide you with relevant products and services.

    Your personal information is safe with us and will never be released to companies or organizations outside of APR.

    We may use and share anonymised information outside of APR. However, we would like to reassure you that this never includes your personal information.

    AspenRecreation.com ("the Website"), and AspenParks.com, AspenGolf.com, AspenIce.org, and/or AspenParksandRec.com, etc. ("the Portals") are owned and operated by The Aspen Parks & Recreation Department (APR) of the City of Aspen, located in Aspen, Colorado. This policy, together with our Terms and Conditions, explain how APR may use information we collect about you, as well as your rights over any personal information we hold about you. Please read this policy and our Terms and Conditions carefully; by accessing the Website you confirm to have understood and agreed to them.

    Information we collect about you

    We collect information about you when you:
    •visit the Website, and other sites accessible from the Website.
    •register with and/or buy any passes, classes, events, products or services on the Website.
    •take part in promotions, competitions, customer surveys and questionnaires.
    •contact us eg in writing, call customer services.
    We may supplement the information we collect about you with information we receive from other sources eg public registers such as the electoral roll. This allows us to assess the accuracy of the information we hold about you in order to send you relevant offers and information.

    Using your information

    Collecting your personal information helps APR to better understand what you need from us. We use your information to:
    •manage and improve the Website.
    •personalise our services to you.
    •administer and operate your account.
    •process your orders.
    •tell you about important changes to the Website and our services.
    •understand your shopping behaviour to develop and improve our products and services.
    •manage promotions, competitions, customer surveys and questionnaires.
    We may share your personal information across the APR Department so that we can provide you with relevant products and services.
    Your personal information is safe with us and will never be released to companies outside of APR.


    We may use and share anonymised information outside of APR. However, we would like to reassure you that this never includes your personal information.

    Fun Pass (Membership Card) information

    We access the information recorded through the use of your Fun Pass (Membership Card) to help us improve our service to you and to make our communications more relevant.

    Marketing and research

    If you agree, we may contact you:
    •with offers and information about APR products or services
    •with offers and information about APR partners' products or services
    •for customer research eg to help improve our services
    Of course, the choice is entirely yours, but if you say you do not want to receive marketing information from us this will prevent you from receiving great offers or promotions that may be of interest to you.
    When you register online you can access a "Contact Preferences" page that allows you to tailor our communications to your preferences.
    To change your contact preferences simply click "Your Account" in the top frame and click "Your Contact Preferences". If you do not want to receive communications from us, select your choices by using the boxes available on that page.
    We like to hear your views to help us improve our service. From time to time, we may contact you to ask your opinions. Again, if you do not want to be contacted for this purpose, make your choice on the "Contact Preferences" page.

    Cookies

    In order to comply with new rules, we use a system of classifying the different types of cookies which we use on the Website. The classification explains more about which cookies we use, why we use them, and the functionality you will lose if you decide you don't want to have them on your device. Please be reassured that we are always working on privacy and cookie-related improvements to the Website.

    What is a cookie?

    Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to your personal computer, mobile or other device when you visit a website. Cookies are then sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit, or to another website that recognizes that cookie. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize a user's device.

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    Session cookies - these cookies allow website operators to link the actions of a user during a browser session. A browser session starts when a user opens the browser window and finishes when they close the browser window. Session cookies are created temporarily. Once you close the browser, all session cookies are deleted.

    Cookies do lots of different jobs, like letting you navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, and generally improve the user experience. They can also help to ensure that adverts you see online are more relevant to you and your interests.

    You can find more information about cookies at allaboutcookies.org

    Cookies used on the Website

    A list of all the cookies used on the Website by category is set out below.

    Strictly necessary cookies

    These cookies enable services you have specifically asked for. For those types of cookies that are strictly necessary, no consent is required.

    These cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around the Website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the Website. Without these cookies services you have asked for, like online purchases via our shopping cart, cannot be provided.

    Functionality cookies

    These cookies remember choices you make to improve your experience. By using the Website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.

    These cookies allow the Website to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language or the region you are in) and provide enhanced, more personal features. These cookies can also be used to remember changes you have made to text size, fonts and other parts of web pages that you can customise. They may also be used to provide services you have asked for such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information these cookies collect may be anonymised and they cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.

    Targeting cookies

    These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order for us to make offers that are relevant to you and your interests.

    These cookies are used to determine information relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see any of our offers, as well as help measure the effectiveness of an offering campaign. 

    Using browser settings to manage cookies

    The Help menu on the menu bar of most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies altogether. You can also disable or delete similar data used by browser add-ons, such as Flash cookies, by changing the add-on's settings or visiting the website of its manufacturer.

    However, because cookies allow you to take advantage of some of the Website's essential features, we recommend you leave them turned on. For example, if you block or otherwise reject cookies you will not be able to add items to your Shopping Cart, proceed to Checkout, or use any of our products and services that require you to Sign in. If you leave cookies turned on, remember to sign off when you finish using a shared computer.

    Disclosing your information

    We will never disclose your information to anyone outside APR except where we have your consent or where we are required or permitted to do so by law.

    Other websites

    The Website may contain links to other sites which are outside our control and not covered by this policy. The operators of these sites may collect information from you that will be used by them in accordance with their policy, which may differ from ours.

    Changes to our policy

    This policy replaces all previous versions and is correct as of November 2014. We reserve the right to change the policy at any time.

    Contacting us

    If you have any questions, please contact us at parksandrec@aspenrecreation.net
    Last update: 11/11/2014

    Diving Board Rules

    James E. Moore Aquatics Center at the ARC

    Rule – Only one person is allowed on the board at a time.
    Reason – This could cause the other person to fall off the board

    Rule – Wait until the person in front of you has reached the ladder before jumping.
    Reason – This is to prevent a person from jumping on another person in the water.

    Rule – There is no running allowed on the diving board.
    Reason – The diving board becomes wet and has a possibility of become very slick.

    Rule – Only one bounce is allowed on the board.
    Reason – Multiple bounce could cause a person to bounce off the board accidentally.

    Rule – Patrons must dive or jump forward, straight out from the diving board.
    Reason – This will prevent the diver from hitting the side of the pool or lane ropes.

    Rule – Children may not use floatation devices when jumping off of the diving board.
    Reason – Floatation devices are prone to coming off the child when hitting the water.

    Rule – Patrons may not catch children from the diving board.
    Reason – There is a possibility of a collision and injury.

    Rule – The diving blocks are for the use of competitive swimmers only. They are to be used under direct supervision of a USA Swimming member coach, and swimmer must have completed their diving progressions to be allowed on the block.
    Reason – This is a requirement by USA Swimming's Board of Directors.

    Hot Tub Rules

    Rule-No child under the age of 5 allowed in spa.
    Reason-Young children can quickly become over heated and have a difficult time regulating their temperature which can cause serious injury.

    Rule-The recommended time for use is no longer than 15 minutes.
    Reason-Extended use can cause dizziness, nausea, drops in blood pressure, which can result in serious injury.

    Rule-If you are diabetic, elderly, pregnant, prone to high/low blood pressure, suffering from heart disease, or on medication, please see your physician’s advice before entering the spa.
    Reason- Being exposed to high heat while relating to any of the above scenarios can result in serious injury or illness.

    Lap Lane Usage Rules

    Rule-Lap lanes are based on a first come first serve basis.
    Reason-The ARC does not take lap lane reservations and patrons may be asked to share if all lanes open for use are occupied.

    Rule-Patrons may not swim on the outside of lanes, under the diving board, while diving board is in use.
    Reason- Patrons swimming under the diving board, even off to the side, while diving board is open are at risk of being jumped on by patrons using the diving board which can result in serious injury to both parties involved.

    Rule-Lap lanes are only to be used for lap swimming, swim lessons, or swim testing.
    Reason- When activities other than lap swimming are occurring in lap lanes it prevents
    patrons who want to swim laps from doing so, as well as disrupts the patrons swimming laps in neighboring lanes.

    Lazy River Rules

    Rule – Personal rafts are not allowed in the lazy river.
    Reason – Rafts can tip over causing patrons to hit their head on the narrow walls, or become stuck under the raft. Rafts can also cause the river to become too crowded, not allowing patrons to pass by safely. Pool noodles are provided as a safer and more respectable alternative.

    Rule-Sitting, standing, and climbing over rocks and dividing walls is prohibited.
    Reason- Rocks can become slippery and patrons can over jump, hitting the walls across from them, which can result in injury. It also prevents patrons from getting jumped on through the narrow current. Small children or non-swimmers can fall or jump off of the narrow walls into the river causing parents or guardians to be out of arms reach resulting in serious injury or drowning.

    Rule- Patrons may be asked to exit the river if there is suspicion of fatigue or lack of swimming ability to eventually exit safely.
    Reason- It is the lifeguard’s responsibility to recognize and prevent dangerous situations that can become life threatening. If patrons appear that they will be unable to exit the river safely, the lifeguard may ask the patron to stay out of the lazy river entirely, or take a break from it until the patron is able to perform strong swimming ability.

    Pool Area Rules

    James E. Moore Aquatics Center at the ARC

    Rule – All children under the age of 8 years old must be supervised at all times by another guest of 12 years or older within arms reach. Children of ages 8 to 12 are eligible to be in the pool without direct supervision as long as swimming skills have been demonstrated to a lifeguard by performing a swim test of one length of the lap pool. **Children under the age of 7 may also demonstrate skills by doing the same swim test.
    Reason – We require that all children that are learning or do not have skills have additional supervision.

    Rule – Children of diaper wearing age must wear swim diapers.
    Reason – Normal diapers will break down in the water and cause leakage and contamination of the pool water.

    Rule – Showers are to be taken before entering any of the pools.
    Reason – This is a requirement by the State of Colorado Health Department. This also helps keep our pools clean.

    Rule – Glass containers are not allowed anywhere in the pool area.
    Reason – If accidentally broken, glass is very sharp and hard to locate if in the water. The pool must be drained in order to ensure every piece of glass is located.

    Rule – Proper swimming attire is required in the pool.
    Reason – Cut-offs cause blockage of our filters and damage the slide, and t-shirts are a detriment to your swimming ability and others around you.

    Rule – Personal floatation devices are to be used only with direct supervision of an adult.
    Reason – Children have a tendency to get overconfident with personal floatation devices and could get themselves in trouble if it comes off.

    Rule – Children may need to take a swimming test before being allowed in the deep end, lazy river, or the on the slide.
    Reason – Children have the tendency to over estimate their swimming ability and could get themselves in a situation that they could not handle.

    Rule – Walking is the fastest speed allowed on the deck.
    Reason – The pool deck is notorious for becoming wet and slick. Any speed faster than walking could result in an accident.

    Rule – Swimmers are not allowed in the diving area while diving board is open.
    Reason – This prevents divers from landing on a person below them.

    Rule – Patrons shall not eat or drink while in or partially in the aquatic area, except in designated areas. Gum is not permitted in the pool area.
    Reason – Food and gum are chocking hazards for patrons and also are bad for the filtration system.

    Rule – Lap swimming equipment, kickboards, pull buoys, hand paddles, and diving bricks are to be used for lap swimming and lessons only.
    Reason – If not used properly, the equipment can cause harm to patrons and/or result in damaged equipment.

    Rule – Alcoholic beverages, tobacco, or illegal drugs are not permitted. Smoking tobacco or marijuana is not permitted within 15 feet of the facility or on surrounding fields or courts.
    Reason – Impairs swimmers and is also a City of Aspen ordinance.

    Rule – Floatation devices are at the discretion of the lifeguard on duty.
    Reason – Depending on the number of patrons and the size of the floatation device, this could hinder the safety of those in the pool.

    Rule – Swim only when there is a lifeguard on duty.
    Reason – State of Colorado require that a lifeguard be on duty in any public swimming pool.

    Rule – Animals shall not be permitted in pool or pool area. Exceptions are patrol animals accompanying security or police officers, or guide animals and service animals accompanying blind, visually handicapped, deaf, partially deaf, or otherwise physically disabled persons.
    Reason – Animals can sometimes contaminate the water and spread germs that cause disease.

    Rule – Patrons must enter only through the locker room or yard entrances and only after checking in at the front desk.
    Reason – Patrons entering the aquatics facility through unauthorized entrances and without checking in can be charged with theft of service, are a liability to the facility, and can pose as a danger to other patrons and staff.

    Rule – Persons having any considerable area of exposed sub-epidermal tissue, cuts, or known or recognizable contagious diseases, shall not be permitted to use the pool.
    Reason – To prevent the spread of disease and blood-borne pathogens to fellow patrons and staff.

    Rule – Spitting or blowing the nose in the pool shall be strictly prohibited.
    Reason – This keeps pools clean and aides in prevention of spreading bacterial hazards.

    Rule – Shoes with mud, sand, grass, ice melt, debris, or other contaminants are not permitted on the pool deck. Ski boots are not permitted on the pool deck.
    Reason – Contaminants cause blockages to pool filters. Ski boots or wet shoes also pose as a slip hazard on the pool deck.

    Rule – Flotation devices, such as rafts or inner tubes, are permitted at the discretion of the lifeguard on duty.
    Reason – Depending on the number of patrons and the size of the flotation device, this could hinder the safety of those in the pool. Pool noodles are provided by the facility for patron use.

    Rule – Baby floats given out by the ARC are only to be used by infants (ages 6 -24 months), or children who weigh 33lbs (15kg) or less in the water depth where their feet cannot touch.
    Reason – Children who are too large for the rafts have an increased risk of crawling out of the raft, tipping over, and becoming stuck upside down.

    Rule – Toys brought in by patrons that are meant for outside play, such as hard footballs, baseballs, softballs, soccer balls, tennis balls, etc., are not permitted.
    Reason – These toys can cause great harm to patrons.

    Rule – Patrons may not dive, or enter head first in any areas of the leisure pool, hot tub, or shallow end of the lap pool.
    Reason – These areas of the pool are too shallow for head first entry and could result in serious injury, including a spinal injury. The deep end of the lap pool is the only area designated for head first entry.

    Rule – Swim team equipment if not to be used by patrons.
    Reason – Swim team equipment has been purchased by the members of the swim team. It is not property of the Aspen Recreation Center.

    Rule – The ARC does not loan out goggles. Goggles can be purchased at the front desk.
    Reason – Sharing goggles increases risk of spreading eye disease such as pink eye.

    Rule – Any excessive behavior or horseplay, such as chicken fighting, pushing or throwing patrons into the pool, dodgeball, or wrestling and rough housing, is not permitted.
    Reason – These activities are hazardous to patrons whether participating or not.

    Rule – Sitting, standing, and climbing over rocks and dividing walls is prohibited.
    Reason – Rocks can become slippery, causing patrons to fall and injure themselves or others.

    Rule – Prolonged breath holding or breath holding contests are prohibited.
    Reason – Prolonged underwater swimming for distance and breath-holding for time are extremely dangerous and can cause patrons to hyperventilate. Hyperventilating in the water can cause patrons to pass out and drown.

    Rule – Patrons may not sit or stand on other patron's shoulders in any of the pools.
    Reason – Patrons on shoulders may fall off resulting in injury to themselves or other patrons. Patrons holding others on their shoulders may become trapped under water resulting in injury or drowning.

    Slide Rules

    James E. Moore Aquatic Center at the ARC

    Rule - Patrons must enter the slide in feet first, face up and one person at a time.
    Reason – This is to prevent injury to oneself or another person in front of them.

    Rule – Exit the landing area immediately.
    Reason – This is to prevent a collision with the next person using the water slide.

    Rule – Children must be at least four feet zero inches (48") or taller to ride the slide.
    Reason – The landing area is three and one half feet deep, and any children under that height may have problems with the current in the landing area.

    Rule – Parents may not ride the slide with their children.
    Reason – There is a large possibility of injury in a collision between the child and parent in the slide and in the landing area, it is also a requirement by the slide company to comply with insurance.

    Rule – Parents are not allowed to catch children out of the slide in the landing area.
    Reason – There is a strong possibility of injury due to a collision out of the slide.

    Rule – Patrons using the slide are not allowed to stop at any point during the ride.
    Reason – This could cause injury to the person if another person comes down the slide while a person is still in the tube.

    Rule – Patrons using the slide must walk up the stairs to the top of the slide.
    Reason – Running up the stairs could cause an accident and injury.

    Rule – Patrons may not use rafts, mats, or other flotation devices or objects on the slide.
    Reason – The slide is not designed for use of these devices and objects.

    Steam Room & Sauna Rules

    Rule-Patrons under the age of 16 are not allowed in the steam room or the sauna at any time.
    Reason- Young children can quickly become over heated and have a difficult time regulating their temperature which can cause serious injury

    Rule-The recommended time for use is no longer than 15 minutes
    Reason-Extended use can cause dizziness, nausea, drops in blood pressure, which can result in serious injury

    Rule-If you are diabetic, elderly, pregnant, prone to high/low blood pressure, suffering from heart disease, or on medication, please see your physician’s advice before entering the spa.
    Reason- Being exposed to high heat while relating to any of the above scenarios can result in serious injury or illness.

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Activities Calendar

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Classes / Lessons

Classes / Lessons

Youth Classes / Lessons

Kayaking Ages: 12 years + Tuesdays @ 6:30pm / 7:30pm (Class)
General Info
Ages › Ages 12 years +
Times
Tuesdays › 6:30pm - 7:30p
Tuesdays › 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Costs
Boat Fee › $5 (Aspen Recreation Center admission also required)
Kayaking Info
Practice your kayak skills in the safety of the pool. Helmets and life jackets are required. Equipment is NOT provided by the ARC. You must bring your own. Maximum of 15 boats per session - First come, first served. Cost: Admission + $5 boat fee Tuesdays: 6:30-7:30pm & 7:30-8:30pm Classes are offered during this open roll sessions through the Aspen Kayaking Academy. Please call (970) 925-4433 ...
Swimming Private Lessons (Lesson)
Costs
per 1/2 hr - limit 2 students › $35
Lesson with Victoria - per 1/2 hour › $41
Swimming Private Lessons Info
We have instructors to suit all needs from beginner to advanced swimmers. Please call 544-4100 to request a lesson, or fill out a Private Swim Lesson Request Form at the ARC front desk. An instructor will call you to arrange times and dates for the lessons. Dates and times are based on pool and instructor availability. Ages: 3 years- Adult A 10 Private Swim Lesson Punch Pass (1/2 hour each lesson...

Adult Classes / Lessons

Glide Fit Wednesdays / Fridays @ 6:30pm / 9:30am (Class)
Times
Wednesdays › 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Fridays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Glide Fit Wednesdays / Fridays @ 6:30pm / 9:30am (Class)
Times
Wednesdays › 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Fridays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Glide Fit Info
A low impact, high intensity workout. Taking place on a unique floating fitness mat, get all of the benefits of a challenging core stabilization workout on the water!
Kayaking Ages: 12 years + Tuesdays @ 6:30pm / 7:30pm (Class)
General Info
Ages › Ages 12 years +
Times
Tuesdays › 6:30pm - 7:30p
Tuesdays › 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Costs
Boat Fee › $5 (Aspen Recreation Center admission also required)
Kayaking Info
Practice your kayak skills in the safety of the pool. Helmets and life jackets are required. Equipment is NOT provided by the ARC. You must bring your own. Maximum of 15 boats per session - First come, first served. Cost: Admission + $5 boat fee Tuesdays: 6:30-7:30pm & 7:30-8:30pm Classes are offered during this open roll sessions through the Aspen Kayaking Academy. Please call (970) 925-4433 ...
Master Swim Mondays / Thursdays @ 6:00pm (Class)
Times
Mondays › 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Thursdays › 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Costs
ARC admission is required
Master Swim Info
Looking to master the basics of lap swimming? Hoping to improve your stroke technique under the watchful eye of a talented swim coach? This is the class for you!  Marshall Abramczyk, our talented Master Swim Coach, is a fast and enthusiastic swimmer and a Los Angeles Lifeguard with plenty of competitive swimming experience. He will whip you into shape!  Class is held at the Aspen Recreation Cente...
Swimming Private Lessons (Lesson)
Costs
per 1/2 hr - limit 2 students › $35
Lesson with Victoria - per 1/2 hour › $41
Swimming Private Lessons Info
We have instructors to suit all needs from beginner to advanced swimmers. Please call 544-4100 to request a lesson, or fill out a Private Swim Lesson Request Form at the ARC front desk. An instructor will call you to arrange times and dates for the lessons. Dates and times are based on pool and instructor availability. Ages: 3 years- Adult A 10 Private Swim Lesson Punch Pass (1/2 hour each lesson...
Water Aerobics Mondays / Tuesdays / Wednesdays / Thursdays @ 9:30am (Class)
Times
Mondays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Tuesdays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Wednesdays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Thursdays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Costs
ARC admission is required
Water Aerobics Info
This class is a combination of deep water spinning, core strengthening, and aerobic exercise in the training pool. Class is held at the Aspen Recreation Center (ARC) - Swimming Pool. 

Senior Classes / Lessons

Water Aerobics Mondays / Tuesdays / Wednesdays / Thursdays @ 9:30am (Class)
Times
Mondays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Tuesdays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Wednesdays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Thursdays › 9:30am - 10:30am
Costs
ARC admission is required
Water Aerobics Info
This class is a combination of deep water spinning, core strengthening, and aerobic exercise in the training pool. Class is held at the Aspen Recreation Center (ARC) - Swimming Pool.