Aquatic Center Hours & Closures
Monday & Thursday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday & Wednesday 11am - 7pm
Friday 11am - 5pm
Closed Saturday & Sunday
Closed for Thanksgiving Nov 27th. 5pm closure the night before. (Wednesday, 26th) Reopen Monday, Dec 1st.
The Daytona State College Aquatic Center is open to the community. To make it more convenient to patrons, we have developed daily, four-month and yearly rates. The paperwork and payment can all be done at the Aquatic Center. Access fees are non-refundable, non-transferrable, and subject to cancellation.
Access ID cards will be issued to all individuals with membership access to the Aquatic Center. Upon each visit to the facility, all individuals must present their ID card and sign in at the desk before entering the pool area.
Daytona State College Stroke School Flyer
Stroke school is for kids who can swim basic freestyle and backstroke. Swimmers in
this group should be able to swim 25 yards without stopping. Freestyle, breastroke,
backstroke and butterfly will be taught, as well as stroke technique, side breathing,
endurance and racing turns.
Instructor Ruth Thompson. A Coach Member of USA Swimming. Limited space available Swimmers must be approved by Coach Ruth .
The Daytona State College Aquatic Center features a 25-yard X 25-meter indoor competitive pool, heated to a comfortable 82 degrees. The facility is humidity and climate controlled to ensure a pleasant environment both in and out of the water year-round. There is a 4 foot shallow area and a 12.5 foot deep end. On most days, there are up to 6 lanes available for lap swimming. The Aquatic Center is located on Daytona State College's Daytona Beach Campus in Building 310.
The Aquatic Center is designed to accommodate instructional, recreational and competitive activities. Lap swimming is available. A certified lifeguard is on duty at all times and the pool is handicapped accessible with both a ramp and a hydraulic chair lift. The Aquatic Center staff is available for assistance with the use of these devices, however, they are not trained to perform transfers.
Swim Lessons -
The Learn To Swim program is an American Red Cross program designed to teach all ages to swim and be safe around aquatic environments.
The program is broken into seven levels, starting with water adjustment skills and
advances to competitive stroke perfection. Water safety is stressed and taught to
*All of our instructors are certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors. Swim Lesson Info for parents and students
For Additional Information, Please contact:
Daytona State College Aquatic Center
1200 W International Speedway Blvd
Daytona Beach, FL 32114