The Competition Pool
At 50 meters long, there's enough room in this indoor pool to hold multiple events simultaneously. These include a swim practice for the local USA Swimming and high school teams, have lap lanes open for community members, and a water aerobics class.
The pool is equipped to hold national and international swim meets, water polo matches, and synchronized swimming events, with complete setups for touchpads and electronic timing systems.
With seats for almost 1,000 spectators, this Aquatic Center is one of the largest in the region.
The Leisure PoolWhen the focus is on fun, the indoor leisure pool is the place to relax. Water effects and tumble buckets take center stage.
Swimmers can float along the Lazy River with its constant current, slide down the meandering water slide, or kick back in the 18-person spa and let the warm jets of water, with temperatures ranging from 102 to 104 degrees, ease away aches and pains.
Support AreasTiled classrooms adjacent to the pool are great for aquatics classes that include instruction both in and out of the water. Men's and women's locker rooms feature showers, family changing areas, and coin-operated lockers.
StaffStaff guarding both the competition pool and leisure pool are certified by the American Red Cross.
Hours of Operation (June- August)View the general hours of operation.
Lap swim: limited lanes available weekday evenings (available in 8 ft or deeper)
Shallow water not available Monday-Thursday, 6 am-9 pm
**Bringing a group of people to the Aquatic Center? Groups of 10 or more must make a reservation. Please contact staff at the Aquatic Center Office at 301-583-2572.
For more information about the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex Aquatic Center, please call 301-583-2400; TTY 301-583-2483.
For information about other M-NCPPC aquatic facilities, please visit the PG Parks Aquatics Page.