The Carroll Family Aquatic Center is one of the great amenities in Carroll. People from Carroll and the surrounding communities come and enjoy all the Aquatic Center has to offer. The large 11,245 square feet area provides plenty of room to bring friends and family to enjoy some fun in the sun.
Address Carroll Family Aquatic Center 600 11th St.
The Carroll Family Aquatic Center will open on Saturday, May 27, 2023
The pool will be closed on May 30 and 31 but will reopen on Thursday, June 1
Public Swim Hours Monday – Sunday 1:00-7:00pm
Carroll Aquatic Center Top Slide11,245 Square Feet
Two 41′ Speed Slides
Three Meter Diving Board
One Meter Diving Board
Zero Depth Entry
Lounge Areas (umbrellas & chairs)
Full Concession Stand
Daily Admission (Kids 3yo & younger are free)
Daily Admission (4 years & older)
Single Membership (4 years & older)
Caregiver (Add babysitter/grandparent to any season pass **Must be 16 years and older to add caregiver to a membership**)
Bulk Rate (100 Punches) **Purchased bulk punches will expire at the end of the season and will not carry over to the next year**
Private Pool Parties
$175.00 parties with 50 and under patrons
$200.00 parties with 51 plus patrons (May be rented from 7-8:30pm Monday – Sunday or 10-11:30am on Saturday and Sunday)
Reservations can be made by calling the Rec Center at 712-792-5400. Party rentals can be made for the months of June and July. Rentals must be made 2 weeks prior to the rental date. Rental fees need to be paid 1 week in advance at the Aquatic Center.
Definition of Family A family is defined as all immediate family members residing at the same address. This includes children legally supported by mother; father or legal guardian (must show proof of guardianship if requested by Recreation Staff). Anyone else will need to purchase a single season pass or pay daily admission or get a Caregiver pass for an additional $30.00.
Kids under 10 Youth under the age of 10 are not allowed in the facility independently and must be actively supervised by someone at least 16 years of age. The supervising person must come to the pool and will pay admission or have a membership.
Lifeguards Lifeguards enforce rules, regulations and respond to aquatic emergencies, but parents are ultimately responsible for the safety and supervision of their children.
Conduct Policy The conduct policy for patrons breaking Aquatic Center rules will be in effect. Severity can depend on which rule or rules are broken and the number of repeat offenses. So, please read and follow all posted rules, listen to lifeguards and Aquatic Center Staff!!