Family Swim at All Sports for All People of Camp Olympia (at John Jay High School)

Family Swim

All Sports for All People of Camp Olympia (at John Jay High School)

4.1 (51 Reviews)
Categories: Swimming, Special Needs  |  Ages: 6 Months - 12 Years  |  Format: In-Person
Family Swim at All Sports for All People of Camp Olympia (at John Jay High School)

Come down for Sunday open family swim at John Jay's aquatic center. Booking includes a family of up to four people. Lifeguard on duty at all times. Toys and flotation devices provided!
When to arrive:
30 minutes before
Additional details:
Please make sure to bring swim suits (swim diapers for babies), towel, and flip flops for this activity. Please have ID and allow additional time for bag check.
Cancellation policy:
24 hours in advance
Caregiver required:

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User Reviews
51 Reviews
Jan 15, 2020
Really fun. Pool is heated and there are pool toys (noodles and such) for the kids to use.
Sep 17, 2019
We had a great time. I would definitely go again.
Jul 15, 2019
Great activity. Friendly staff.

51 reviews across 1 activity

237 7th Avenue, (entrance is between 4th and 5th Street), Brooklyn, NY 11215
Park Slope
(347) 761-1693
This Brooklyn-based program, designed for kids aged 6 months and older, is committed to fostering the development of pool skills in a secure, enjoyable, and engaging athletic setting. Conveniently located at John Jay High School in Park Slope, this program offers classes for kids every Saturday and Sunday.

At ASAP of Camp Olympia, ascending through the skill levels is an enjoyable and straightforward process, with skill and age groups creatively themed around fish! Youngsters aged 6-19 months are affectionately referred to as "Water Angels," those between 20 and 36 months old become "Water Tots," and children aged 3-5 are designated as "Angelfish." As children surpass the age of 6, classes are further divided based on skill levels. For instance, accomplished swimmers in the "Blue Marlins" category can confidently swim a half-length independently.

Moreover, the program extends a warm invitation to all, whether enrolled in classes or not, to participate in Family Swim. This inclusive opportunity allows families to enjoy the pool environment together, creating a sense of community beyond the structured classes. Join us at ASAP of Camp Olympia, where the journey to improved pool skills is both enjoyable and rewarding.
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Editor’s Tip
All Camp Olympia staff are trained & certified in First Aid & CPR.