Make a splash! Come learn to swim or refine the skills you already have. Lessons for all ages and all skill levels.
Our water aerobic classes are led by certified instructors. Patrons of all ages and abilities are welcome to work at their own pace. Each one hour session is lively, fun and full of variety.
Make your next rental with us. With multiple locations inside and outside, the Carson Valley Swim Center is a great place for your next party or event.
Ride the slides, climb the rock wall, use the diving boards and so much more. We have something for everyone no matter your age. We look forward to seeing you soon.
The Carson Valley Swim Center is an integral part of the Carson Valley community and offers recreation, training, and entertainment to thousands each year. Through various programs, the Swim Center is closely linked to the county’s school district, the senior community, and its public safety departments. We look forward to meeting you and having you be a part of our community.
The Swim Center offers several types of training and exercise programs throughout the year: Water Aerobics, Adult Learn-to-Swim classes, Junior Lifeguard Program, Swim Lessons and much more!
The Swim Center hosts school groups from all over. They also co-teach with Douglas High School P.E. aquatics classes. Local schools also use the facility as a safe and easy way to pick up their kids after school.
The Swim Center hosts four swim teams: The Douglas High School Swim and Dive Team, The Douglas Dolfins Swim Team, The Killer Whales Special Olympics Team, and US Masters Swimming.
Physical and occupational therapy offices such as the Great Basin Physical Therapy & Performance Center, Rehab Wave, and from the Carson Valley Medical Center and the Carson Tahoe Hospital treat patients in the Swim Center’s therapy pool.
Meet our staff
Why do you shower before entering a public swimming pool? Showering removes organics. Organics are such things as sweat, makeup, fecal matter, urine, deodorant, perfume, soap, shampoo etc. It also reduces chloramine smell. The chloramine like smell is created when chlorine is used up when getting rid of the organics. Showering before entering the pool Read more about Why Shower Before Swimming?[…]
Photos from our in-service lifeguard training. We had such a good time. If you would like to learn more about becoming a lifeguard or joining our team, click here.
Photos from our 2nd Annual Easter Egg Hunt 2018. We look forward to seeing you at our 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt 2019!
The Carson Valley Swim Center was featured in the Record-Courier on July 2016. If you would like to read the whole article you can Click Here. If you would like to know more about what the Carson Valley Swim Center has to offer Click Here. Swim Center has wild way to stay cool Sarah Drinkwine July Read more about Stay Cool[…]
The Carson Valley Swim Center was featured in the Record-Courier on July 2016. If you would like to read the whole article you can Click Here. If you would like to know more about joining our team and becoming a lifeguard Click Here. Carson Valley lifeguards take first place Staff Reports July 25, 2016 Sam Lindsey, Read more about Lifeguards Take First[…]
The Carson Valley Swim Center was featured in the Record-Courier on August 2016. If you would like to read the whole article you can Click Here. If you would like to know more about Swim Lessons Click Here. Kids get more out of swim lessons Sarah Drinkwine August 6, 2016 Jim Grant | The Record-Courier Read more about Swim Lessons[…]
Recreation Management Featured the Carson Valley Swim Center in the January 2016 Magazine. Below will show a few bits from the article, but if you wish to read more please click on the link here. Safety has always been a priority at the Carson Valley Swim Center and we hope to see you here. Safe in the Read more about Safe in the Water[…]