The Burlington Community Aquatic Center will open for the 2022 season on June 4. This will be the fifth year the facility is in operation.

Cost of memberships remain the same

Standard Press Staff

The Burlington Community Aquatic Center is being prepared to open for the 2022 season on June 4.

This will be the fifth season of operation for the Aquatic Center and membership rates remain the same as they were in 2018, according to center Director Jeanne Otter.

This year those who purchase memberships prior to May 31 will receive four free day passes they can use to bring friends and relatives along for the fun. To purchase a membership online, visit burlingtoncommunitypool.org.

In its five years of existence, the Burlington Community Aquatic Center has become a go-to spot for summer fun for families in the area, according to Otter.

The facility, at 394 Amanda Street, features a children’s play area with a zero-depth-entry tank, water jets and slides; a current channel for “lazy river” floating or aqua exercise; and a separate lap tank featuring three towering waterslides and a diving well with a high and low dive and a climbing wall.

The season is scheduled to run through Aug. 28.

In addition to open swim times and special events, the Aquatic Center offers a regular schedule of other activities. These include swimming lessons, Aqua Zumba fitness classes and a swim club for competitive swimmers.

Memberships for the 2022 season for Burlington residents remain at $175 for families; $100 for a singles; and $90 for seniors (60 and older). Non-residents may purchase memberships for: $225 families; $135 singles; and $125 seniors. Memberships are good for admission each day during the season and also offer a discount on swimming lessons. Members also have the option of purchasing a caregiver pass for an additional $25.

Single day passes for city residents cost $8 ($7 seniors). The rate drops to $5 after 4 p.m. Children 2 and younger are admitted without charge. The non-resident daily rate is $10 ($9 for seniors) and drops to $7 after 4 p.m.

Regular pool hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekends.

To read the full version of this story see the May 12 edition of the Burlington Standard Press.