|LEHIGH ACRES COMMUNITY POOL|
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1400 West 5th Street
Lehigh Acres, FL
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The pool wil be CLOSED: Saturday 12-13-14 for the county-wide Senior Games swimming event.
The pool will also be CLOSED:
12-25, 12-26, 1-1, and 1-2-14 for the holidays.
SUMMER HOURS: END AUG. 3RD
Monday:11am to 4:30pm
Tuesday:11am to 4:30pm & 7pm to 8:45pm
Wednesday: 11am to 4:30pm
Thursday:11am to 4:30pm & 7pm to 8:45pm
Friday: 9am to 4:30pm
Saturday: 9am to 4:45pm
Sunday: 1pm to 5:45pm
Swim Lessons are offered during the Spring, Fall, and Summer. Go to Programs for more information or to register.
The Lehigh Acres Community Pool is a 169,800 gallons, 8 lane heated pool that is open year-round. Lap lanes are provided for the lap swimmer and Water Exercise and Arthritis Foundation classes are offered throughout the year on weekdays. Learn to Swim classes are offered throughout the year for all ages and abilities. The learn to Swim Instructor staff are certified through the American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Program. The pool is home to Swim Florida which is a competitive youth swim team. For more information about the Swim Florida program call 239-357-0855 or visit their website at www.swimflorida.com.
We are open to the general public with ADA accommodations such as a lift for those unable to enter the pool using the step area.
Admission prices are: $3.00 Adults, $2.00 Seniors(55 years and older), $2.00 Children(under 18 years). Six-month and One-year passes are also available for the family or individual.
|The Lehigh Acres Community Pool was opened in November of 1986 located at the corner of West 5th St. and Williams Ave. Approximately one-year after opening, a heating system was added to keep water temperatures constant. The Lehigh Acres Community Park surrounds the pool. Staff is available year-round to answer any questions. In 2004, a renovation project included resurfacing the interior of the pool with a new aggregate finish. The project also included a new pool deck, facility fencing, and upgrading the old DE filtration system with a new high rate sand filtration system. In late 2007 and early 2008, a capital improvement project included renovation of the restrooms, the addition of indoor showers, and new non-skid flooring. A triple flume water slide was installed in 2010 for added fun. In spring 2012, a cooling system was added and heat pumps were replaced in the fall to keep water temperature constant throughout the year.|