Cherokee Aquatic Center Grand Opening Today

The center will be open for families and residents to tour between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.

Cherokee County residents can now tour the long-awaited Aquatic Center.

Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency staff will hold the center's grand opening today from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The aquatic center is located at 1200 Gresham Mill Parkway in Holly Springs. 

Hours of operation and admission prices have been posted on the Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency's website.

Residents can still register for swim lessons as well as for their children to participate in the aquatic center's first swim season. 

The center will consist of 48,000 indoor facility, and an 18,000 square foot outdoor leisure pool and deck area.

The center will include an indoor 50-meter competition pool with spectator seating for 700; an indoor 25-yard recreational pool with warmer water for therapy, exercise and instruction; two indoor poolside classrooms and party rooms; a spacious lobby; and seating areas with pool overlook.

The outdoor leisure pool will include features such as an aquatic play structure, water cannons, a zero-depth entry area with geysers and deck sprays, a current channel and basketball hoops, beach entry and pavilions.

A concession stand, locker rooms and family restrooms will serve both the indoor and outdoor facilities. 

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Kristal Dixon May 30, 2013 at 10:25 PM
Hi! Daily passes are free for children under two, $5 for children ages two to 13, $6 for children and adults age 14-54 and $5 for adults 55 and over. More details here: http://www.crpa.net/page/aquatics-center-general-information
Kristi Ledford May 31, 2013 at 02:30 PM
We went recently and the outside pool was closed for several hours for "contamination." Is there a way to post online if the pools are closed, so we know before we come? I checked online that day (after the fact) but saw no notification.
Kristal Dixon May 31, 2013 at 07:04 PM
Hi! The director of CRPA said a child had an "accident" and, per Cherokee County Environmental Health regulations, they had to close the pool for a minimum of four hours.
Kathleen Hunnicutt Baswell June 24, 2013 at 01:41 PM
I am so excited about the aquatic center! I needed somewhere to go for water exercises. Thank you!
Mary Robertson July 19, 2013 at 09:31 AM
I sure hope no one has an "accident" when we come. That's money we don't normally spend as times are hard, and we have a long drive across the county. It would be nice to get alerts somehow if its closed for 4 hrs.


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