We are open Memorial Day weekend: Sat-Sun-Mon 12-8pm. Until school is closed weekends will be 12-8 but weekdays will be 4-8pm. Email webmail@aquaticclub.com with any questions or concerns.

We have new memberships available!

New Member Discount: A New Associate is eligible to receive a $100.00 discount their first year of membership.  Does not apply to senior member types. 

 Associate:  One-year ‘trial’ membership. If the member renews their membership for three consecutive years, their Associate status will be converted automatically to a Class C Bond in lieu of the $300.00 Bond Purchase fee and will be eligible to pay the prevailing annual fees for Bondholders at the point of conversion.  The Class C Bond does not have any cash value at point of withdrawal from the Club.

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Membership Information

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Email: Webmail@aquaticclub.com with all questions or concerns

Practices will switch to morning practices starting June 19th. (Coach Kate will let you know what time your practice is)

Tentative schedule is live on our swim team page.

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Swim Team

Our summer Swim Team program is designed so that each child who participates, learns the sport of swimming, experiences a team sport in a fun environment and make life-long friendships. If you can learn while having fun, everyone benefits.


We offer Associate Memberships with no initial Bond purchase required.  Our 2023 Season fee structure is affordable.  To sign up, select Membership from the drop down menu bar and click on “Join Our Club”.  We’ll be in touch!


Check out our Calendar!  It provides our Hours of Operation, planned Activities and Swim Team Meet Schedule.

Welcome to Aquatic Swim Club

The Aquatic Club as we know it today was called The Morton Pool as long as sixty years ago. Started as a mud-bottom, spring-fed swimming hole for a few private citizens, it eventually became owned by a gentleman named Rodeo Earl Smith who held horse shows on the ground adjacent to the swimming hole. He in turn sold it to Dominic Capriotti. During his ownership, he cemented the bottom, improved the piping leading to the spring, added cement walks around the swimming area, and built the present pavilion building.

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