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Rec Center CLOSURE

The Rec Center will be closed mid-October for Annual Mantenance & Cleaning.
Here is our planned schedule of Hours of Operation during that time:
October Hours
We have an arrangement with the Breckenridge Recreation Center - from Oct 16 to Oct 23 our members may use THEIR facility for $8 Adults and $5 Children. Just let them know at the front desk that you are a South Park Recreation Center member.

CANCELED Fitness Classes

The following classes are canceled:
8:15am Martial Arts Fitness w/ Jeremy on Wed, Oct 25
8:15am Martial Arts Fitness w/ Jeremy on Fri, Oct 27

Employment Opportunities

The Rec Center is accepting applications for the following positions:
      Part-Time Facility Cleaner
      Part-Time Lifeguard
      Independent Contractor (accepting bids for occasional maintenance)

Board Meetings

The next South Park Recreation Center Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for October 24, 2017 at the rec center at 6pm.

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Home Hours & Prices


Hours

Monday - Friday 6:00am - 8:00pm (Adult Swim ONLY from 6am-8am)
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Pool closes 1/2 hour before rec center closes.

Daily Fees

Child (4-17) $5.00
Student (18-22) $7.00
Adult (18-59) $8.00
Senior (60+) $7.00
Shower $4.50
Child Care $4.00 per hour
Personal Trainer $40.00 per hour
Towels & toiletries not available.
End of Day Deal - Half off the daily Drop-In fee during the last hour we're open each day. Work out (1 hour) or swim (30 minutes) at half the price.

Membership Fees

Resident Memberships Non-Resident Memberships
RESIDENTS are those living in: Alma, Como, Fairplay, Hartsel (excluding Ranch of the Rockies), and Jefferson.


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Home Facilities & Amenities


We Offer. . .

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Indoor Swimming Pool

        2 lap lanes
        basketball hoop
        beach entry
        water slide
        water "fountains"

The pool's two lap lanes are each 58 feet in length or 17.61 meters. (1 mile = 1600 meters = 90.88 lap lengths.) Pool temperature is typically 83-84 degrees F. The leisure play area of the pool features beach-entry access and is accented with palm trees and fountains to give you a "tropical" feel.
pool

Cardiovascular Equipment

        cross trainer
        elipticals
        spin bikes
        treadmills
        upright & semi-recumbent bikes
elipticals

Circuit Weights Area

        2 to 100-pound free weights
        bar bell & bench
        multi-function machine
        lower body machines
        upper body machines
       
weights

Fitness Accessories

        balance disc
        balance balls
        mats
        medicine balls
        step deck
        stretch resistance bands
accessories

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Fitness Class Schedule

Please visit Announcements for any scheduled class cancelations.

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Fitness Class Descriptions

  • Aqua Aerobics - A moderately paced class with less stress on the joints. This class can include cardio and core conditioning. Come experience the benefits of water.
  • Barre – A high-energy and dynamic program that integrates elements of Pilates, dance, cardio and strength training. Barre classes focus on increasing strength, flexibility, stamina and dynamic stability. It truly is a program geared for everyone!
  • BodyFit – A cardio workout that combines basic weight training, range of motion, and circuit training. Improve your quality of life by becoming stronger, more balanced, healthier and happier. All levels are welcome and classes will be fun!
  • KinderGym (ages 4-5) – Safety landing and skill introduction will be the core of this class. Must be able to land on BOTH feet and FREEZE with arms and feet in proper position. Must be able to follow the class without interruption.
  • Martial Arts Fitness – Martial Arts Fitness Class is an aerobic and cardiovascular workout using Martial Arts technique training. All levels welcome. Bring your boxing gloves if you got 'em!
  • Senior Aqua Aerobics – A low impact class for the older adult. Use it to improve your cardiovascular conditioning or even to help recover from an injury.
  • SilverSneakers® – A moderate/low paced class geared towards our motivated older adult population. The format includes seated or standing options and a variety of exercises to improve strength and flexibility.
  • STOTT PILATES® – A physical therapy solution and a fitness program. Pilates is designed to restore the natural curves of the spine and re-balance the muscles around the joints. This class is for any and all individuals wanting to strengthen their core and for those needing to rehabilitate injuries of ALL kinds. This class is GREAT!
  • Wigglers (ages 3-4) – Play and learn about body awareness and safe gym habits. Balance and basic skills with a coordination strategy is key. Learning how to pay attention and listen to directions while in class is encouraged and expected.
  • Yoga – A moderately paced class where a variety of pose modifications are given for students to work at all levels. All classes are designed to increase your flexibility and strength.
  • Zumba® – A high energy fitness program featuring dance and aerobic movements performed to Latin-based and today's hit music. The choreography incorporates hip-hop, soca, samba, salsa, merengue, reggaeton and cumbia. We tend to throw in some fun toning movements such as squats and lunges as well. If you are ready to let loose and get the party started, come dance it up!


Meet Our Fitness Instructors

  • Ashley - Zumba®
  • Dave - BodyFit, *Personal Trainer*
  • Diane - Yoga
  • Gail - Yoga
  • Heather - Yoga
  • Jeremy - Martial Arts
  • Kendra - Children's Fitness, SilverSneakers®, Aqua Aerobics
  • Leslie - Barre™ Pilates®, *Private Pilates Sessions*
  • Megan - Yoga

Home Swim Lessons


School Swim Lessons Schedule - POOL WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC DURING THESE TIMES

      Edith Teeter Elementary: Mondays & Tuesdays, 4/24 - 5/16
      Bristlecone Montessori School: Thursdays, 4/13, 4/27, 5/11, 5/18
      (Note: These Spring lessons are arranged through the schools.)

School Swim Lessons Schedule


Summer Swim Lessons

      Deadline to Register for Session A is Friday, June 16, 2017
      Deadline to Register for Session B is Friday, July 7, 2017
      Deadline to Register for Session C is Friday, July 28, 2017

      Minimum 3, maximum 6 children per class.

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Swim Lessons Schedule

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Private Swim Lessons

by Appointment

$20.00 per 1/2 hour - Members
$30.00 per 1/2 hour - Non-Members

Home Children's Programs


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Donations


The South Park Recreation Center collects donations from people who want to make a difference. We invite you to be a part of the excitement!

Board & Staff


The rec center is staffed by one full-time Manager who oversees the part-time staff: head lifeguard, fitness instructors, lifeguards and front desk staff. Our Board of Directors is responsible for the overall operation of the rec center. Our INC Board, an I.R.C. Sec. 501(c)(3) organization, is responsible for future development and marketing of the rec center.

History


In 1993, a recreation center committee was organized by a group of citizens who shared the belief that South Park was in need of a facility for indoor recreation and various community programs. We opened on February 15, 2005.

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Mission Statement

"The South Park, Parks and Recreation District aims to enrich the lives of as many members as possible, in our community, by providing the biggest diversification of recreational and social opportunities that our resources and imagination will allow. We may be small, but we aim to grow in quantity and quality."