Includes cardiovascular equipment, weights, group fitness and the outdoor pool. You must have a resident ID card to get the resident discount. Children under age 9 must be appropriately supervised by an adult.
Teen Center Pass: $25 for ages 12-17 (non-resident $35). Includes access Monday-Friday to the Secrest Recreation Teen Center from 2-6 pm. Valid through May, 2019.
Special rates for groups of 20 or more. Contact individual pools for more information. For information regarding the pool or facility rentals including the gymnasium or the teen center for birthday parties, please contact the Facility Manager at 303.403.2538.
Recreational Outdoor Pool
Children under the age of 3 are required to wear a swim diaper and/or tight fitting plastic pants under their swim suits. (No regular diapers allowed in pools)
Children under the age of 6 must be directly supervised, in the water, by a parent or guardian. (The exception to this rule is the play pool, where children under the age of 6 must be appropriately supervised by a parent or guardian). Children ages 6-9 must be appropriately supervised by an adult in the pool area.
Children over age 9 may swim without adult supervision.
Non-swimmers of any age must be supervised by an adult.
Children 6 and older must use gender appropriate locker rooms.
Portions of all pools may be closed periodically for swim lessons or special events.
Please note that a full head and body shower must be taken before entering the pool.
Apex Park and Recreation District offers one-on-one Warm Water Wellness Training at the Secrest Recreation Center. Warm Water Wellness sessions help individuals with potentially limiting conditions improve mobility, increase strength, gain confidence and independence while contributing to a healthier mind and body. Warm water sessions are a beneficial means of exercise without adding any additional stress to joints and muscles.
For more info on aquacise classes, swim lessons, open water times in the wellness pool, please contact Devyn Snow at 303.403.2523 or DevynS@ApexPRD.org.
Water provides an environment which reduces body weight by 90% when standing in shoulder depth water.
Warm water also reduces spasticity and relaxes muscles allowing individuals to move with greater mobility and with less pain.
Warm water increases joint and muscle strength and flexibility.
Water is 12 times more viscous than air therefore provides greater resistance to movement when compared to land. The result is that the muscles involved receive a more comprehensive workout.
Warm water feels good and promotes relaxation, increases respiration, circulation, balance, strength, coordination and endurance.
For more information about Warm Water Wellness Training or to schedule a session, contact Julie Hines at 303.467.7158 or JulieH@ApexPRD.org.