Arnold Recreation Center offers a variety of wonderful Aquatics experiences for all ages, interests, and skill levels! Please don’t hesitate to call us at 636-282-2380 with questions.
The City of Arnold Recreation Center’s Indoor Pool is OPEN daily with normal operating hours.
Arnold Rec Center welcomes all seniors ages 62 and older. Enjoy the following features at the indoor pool: Lap Lanes, River, Vortex, and Bubble Bench. Lap lanes, river, vortex, and bubble bench swim times are for all ages but are only FREE for seniors.
Specific swim time for Seniors is 10 am – 12 pm Friday (this time is shared with Little Splashers and their parent/guardian).
Monday thru Sunday from 11:00 am – 7:00 pm (Memorial Day thru Labor Day)
Monday thru Sunday from 11:30 am – 7:00 pm (Memorial Day thru Labor Day)
Outdoor Pool Pass (available Memorial Day through Labor Day)
The Outdoor Pool Pass allows the use of the Arnold Rec Center Outdoor Pool only. The Family Pass includes a couple and their children ages 26 and under residing at the same address.
Family Pass: $180
Individual Pass: $110
Swim Diaper Policy
In an effort to keep our pools free of fecal matter, toddlers are required to wear swim diapers. This guideline has been adopted for the health and safety of all patrons who swim in our facility and is strictly enforced.
We’re happy to work with troop leaders to complete most aquatic badges. In order to schedule a time for a troop, troop leaders should email us a list of badge requirements.
To provide the best experience for our patrons, it is our goal to keep the pool open at all times. However, there are some situations that necessitate temporary closure of the pool.
We do not close the Indoor pool for thunderstorms or lightning, but we do need to clear the pool area if the tornado sirens are activated. In this event, we will clear everyone from the pool and pool deck into a safe part of the building such as the locker rooms.
We also close the pool if fecal matter or vomit is found in the pool. These are temporary pool closures and will be handled in the manner directed by the Jefferson County Health Code.
Lastly, we may also need to close for unforeseen maintenance issues. These happen on rare occasions and are done to maintain a safe environment.