Aquatic Center Fees
|Twilight Fee Individual (6-8pm)||$4||N/A|
|Twilight Fee Individual (6-8pm)||$4.00||N/A|
Effective Tuesday, July 7, 2020, The Aquatic Center at the Station will be closed to the general public until further notice due to several employees testing positive for COVID-19. Those testing positive had no direct contact with the public; the closing is due to the reduced number of available staff. Swim classes and water aerobics sessions will remain as scheduled from 9-11:30 AM as well as any previously scheduled after-hour events. Employees in close contact with those testing positive are in quarantine for 14 days and must have a negative test result before returning to work.
We have no specific information regarding the employees who have tested positive. If you have questions regarding public health, you can call the Assistant City Attorney over Risk Management, Brian Miller at 405-794-5579.
For Aquatic Season Passholders: We will make a determination at the end of the season on refunds. For more information please call (405) 793-5090.
For information about Swim Lessons please call (405) 793-5090 to register or go to www.cityofmoore.com/fun.
New Policy Change for Buying Day Passes at The Station Aquatic Center and The Station Recreation Center:
Effective Friday, June 19th, all individuals age 17 or under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, with photo ID, in order to enter The Station Recreation Facility or The Station Aquatic Facility. Day passes will no longer allow re-entry into the facilities. If a patron exits the facilities, a new day pass will need to be purchased for re-entry.
Thanks, Station Staff
Soak up the sun while cooling off in The Station’s 45,000 square foot outdoor aquatic center. Unlike any other city recreation or community center you’ve ever visited, the aquatic center has a lazy river, three slides, a diving well, a lap pool, a splash area, and spray features that are guaranteed to keep the entire family entertained for hours.
The aquatic center has activities geared toward people of all ages! With three individual pools, the innovative design of our aquatics center separates shallow water from deep water and helps keep younger children separated from older, more active patrons. Enjoy a swim, lounge underneath one of the shade structures surrounding the pools, or grab a bite to eat at the outdoor concession stand
The aquatic center can accommodate over 800 visitors and has trained and certified lifeguards on staff. However, parents or guardians must supervise all children 12 and under and must remain within arm’s reach of any child under the age of seven. Please review the aquatic center rules prior to visiting The Station.
Swim Lessons and aquatic classes are offered during the morning hours in the lap pool prior to general admission.