Now offering free group swim lessons!
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Wednesday | 7:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday - Friday | 7:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday - Sunday | 10:00am - 8:00pm
In addition to a great exercise equipment selection, the Wildcat Recreation Center also offers an outdoor pool and spa deck. Fully outfitted with lounge chairs and chairs, you can relax by the pool or swim in designated free swim or lap swim areas. We hire and train a team of lifeguards to oversee safety "on deck" while you enjoy the space. Our pool activities below will resume in the fall.
Log Rolling is a balance-based activity in which two competitors try to stay on top of a floating log while it spins and bobs in the water. No experience is required and staff will be present to give tips and pointers to help you achieve success. No swimming ability required.
Take a lap in the pool without getting your hair wet! For this program, we take over the entire pool and launch up to 4 remote-controlled boats at one time. Each day will start with open driving followed by organized racing. All boats and equipment provided!
Slack or Swim
Attempt to balance as you walk across our 75-foot slackline suspended above the pool. A slackline is like a tight rope, but not tight. You’re going to fall, that’s the fun part!
What is better than Yoga in the sun? Add in the fun of a Stand-up Paddleboard in our amazing pool and you have the perfect warm weather workout. In this class, we will focus on basic yoga poses and breathing to facilitate a good stretch that will be sure to lower your stress levels. (Class will run as long as the warm weather does!)
Take your traditional Mat Pilates exercises onto our Stand-up Paddleboards for an extra fun core challenge. Pilates exercises are designed to improve core muscular endurance, flexibility, and posture. Adding the Paddleboard to this workout adds more core work for a fun-in-the-sun workout! (Class will run as long as the warm weather does!)
Join us for a group swim workout. An instructor will lead new workouts each day and provide feedback on swimming strokes. Each workout can be modified for any ability and swimmers of all levels are encouraged to participate.