Make a splash in the , where you can swim in water averaging 81 degrees;
Swim for recreation, fitness, competition, or you can participate in diving— whatever you please.
Classes are also offered if you’d like a job as a water instructor, lifeguard, or recreation aide;
Simply go to the website to read up on the qualifications to see if you have it made.
The pool is also available to rent out if a pool party is more your style;
Whether you doggie paddle, swim like a fish, or dive like a dolphin, a visit is worth your while!
Hours and fees vary. Please check website for detailed information.
10 Dolphin Facts
- Dolphins are mammals, which means they are warm-blooded and nurse their young.
- They are part of a family called cetaceans.
- Dolphins can hold their breath and stay under water for up to 15 minutes.
- The largest dolphin is the orca, or killer whale.
- The most common species of dolphin is the bottlenose dolphin.
- There are 32 species of dolphins that live in oceans and five species of dolphins that live in rivers.
- Dolphins live in groups called pods.
- Dolphins communicate using clicks and whistles they bounce off of object underwater called echolocation.
- Dolphins are very intelligent. Their brains weigh just under 3½ pounds.
- Dolphins swim an average of 25 to 40 mph.