The Eagle Pointe Aquatics Department offers a wide variety of aquatic programs YEAR-ROUND!
Our Indoor Pool is the perfect place to host all kinds of gatherings from birthday parties to major events. With it being a heated pool, you can host a party at Eagle Pointe well into the cooler months! The pool is available for private rentals on Saturdays & Sundays starting at 4:15pm. Cost is dependent upon number of persons and length of event. Read more!
You can book your party online through our self service store!
Book your party online!
We offer swim lessons year round in our indoor heated lap pool. Whether you're 6 months or 65 years old, we have swim instructors that can have you swimming like a fish in no time.
Stingrays Swim Team
Our Stingrays Swim Team is for any age (kids & adults alike). We offer a competitive swim team, as well as a non-competitive developmental team.
Tryout for the Stingrays Swim Team by appointment YEAR-ROUND!
Adult Swimming Programs
Our Adult Swim Programming has several programs to offer from Learning-to-swim to Competitive Levels. Private lessons for ALL ages whether you're just learning, trying to perfect your technique, or if you're in need of training for an upcoming competition!
The Indoor Pool offers 1 dedicated lap swimming lane all day with the capability to hold up to 3 swimmers. We offer many programs in our pool so check when we have times for open swim. Click to download a printable pool schedule.
See our full Lap Pool Schedule on the Google Calendar below, (schedule is subject to change).
Our Indoor Pool has an age policy as follows:
- 5 & under must have a parent in the water (arm’s length).
- 6-10 who pass a swim test can swim with a parent on the deck. If they did not pass a swim test depending on your age & ability they will have to wear a life jacket or be in the shallow end. If they go to the deep end they will need to be arm’s length from an adult.
- 11 & up who pass a swim test can swim alone. If they did not pass a swim test depending on your age & ability they will have to wear a life jacket or be in the shallow end. If they go to the deep end they will need to be arm’s length from an adult.