Z Locke, Aquatic Center Supervisor
201 E. Blanco Blvd.
The Bloomfield Family Aquatic Center is currently operating on a reduced schedule and reduced services with a reduced budget. When the sales tax increases and the budget increases we hope to increase hours and services.
Summer Hours - Indoor Pool
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Closed
Summer Hours - Outdoor Pool
Monday - Friday 6:00 am - 7:00 pm Saturday Noon - 5:00 pm Sunday Closed
Monday - Thursday: Noon - 7:00 pm Friday & Saturday: Noon - 5:00 pm Sunday: Closed
Every Wednesday is Wacky Wednesday! $2 admission for everyone!
Age Daily Fee 20 Punch Summer Pass Year Pass >0-2 FREE 3-12 $3.50 $40 $75 $125 13-18 $4.50 $60 $100 $175 19-64 $5.00 $70 $125 $200 65 & Up $3.50 $40 $75 $125 Family $200 $350
Rent the entire pool for your party or event!
Friday Nights from 7:00-9:00p.m.
Saturday Nights from 5:00-7:00p.m.
$150 Includes all Staff/Lifeguards
You must pay a deposit at the time the reservation is booked.
For availability or more information on on Pool Rentals call 632-0313.
• Lap Lanes
• Climbing Wall
• Rope Swing
• Water Aerobics
Water Exercise Classes$25 Per Season
Jan. 1 - Mar. 14
Mar.15 - May 26
May 27 - Aug. 7
Aug. 8 - Oct 19
Oct. 20 - Dec. 31
Classes on Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00-9:00 am | 1:00-2:00 pm | 4:00-5:00 pm
Swim LessonsComplete classes S,W,I & M and your child can SWIM!
Class S For children who are new to lessons or are timid in the water. Skills learned include: water adjustment, floats, breath control, front and back crawl strokes. Class W To enter this class your swimmer should be able to do a semi coordinated front and back crawl for about 10 yards. Skills learned include deep water bobbing, treading water, eggbeater kick, front dive and swimming underwater. Class I To enter this class your swimmer should be able to front and back crawl 25 yards (the length of the pool) with side breathing. Skills learned include breast stroke, improved coordination and distance in front and back crawl with proper side breathing. Class M To enter this class your swimmer should be able to swim a good crawl 50 yards without stopping. Skills learned include: improved breast stroke, beginning butterfly, improved technique and distance in front and back crawl.
It is expected that swimmers will take each class several times before mastering the skills to move to the next class