FLOAT & FLOAT MOVIE NIGHT

Friday, January 19 from 5:00-7:00p

Call 206.842.2302 for the movie title.

Extended Family Swim

Wed-Fri, 1/24-26 from 11:00a-2:00p

The kids are out of school and Family Swim has been extended! All children must be in the water with a parent.

Weekend Open Swim

Friday 5:00-7:00pm

Saturday and Sunday 1:00-4:00pm

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BROCHURE

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POOL SCHEDULE

 

SWIM LESSONS

The Steam Room will be closed for maintenance January 22-28. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District manages two pools, Ray Williamson Pool and Don Nakata Pool, both housed at the Bainbridge Island Aquatic Center. The District strives to meet the needs of the community by offering a variety of programs and services. Such services include swim lessons for youth & adults, youth swim team, adult swim team, lap swimming, leisure swimming and a variety of innovative aquatic fitness classes that cater to all ability levels. Join us and explore all that the aquatic center has to offer!
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Ray Williamson Pool

A six lane 25-yard pool was built in 1970 as an outdoor pool. In 1977 a roof was added to fully enclose the pool. The pool is the home site for Bainbridge Island High School Swimming, Diving, Water Polo teams, Bainbridge Island Swim Club (BISC), and Bainbridge Aquatic Masters team (BAM). In 2012 a solar water heating system was installed to reduce heating costs during the summer month. In 2011 a Hanovia UV system installed to increase water and air quality. Click here to see the Ray Williamson Pool schedule.

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Don Nakata Memorial Pool

Built in 2001, the 360,000 gallon pool includes a 180 foot water slide, lazy river, sloped beach entry, tot pool, water features, toddler frog slide, one and three meter diving board, and four 25-yard lap lanes. The facility also houses a spa, steam, and sauna rooms.  In 2011 a Hanovia UV system installed to increase water and air quality. Click here to see the Don Nakata Memorial Pool schedule.

“If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water.” – Loren Eiseley