DIVE INTO THE
WORLD OF AQUATICS!
Just because summer is over, doesn’t mean we stop swimming! LA County Parks offers several year round locations for you to visit and enjoy! Whether you are looking to get some light aerobic exercise in our Adult Aqua Exercise class, learning the building blocks with our Learn to Swim Program or mastering your skills through our many Youth Aquatics teams, LA County Parks has something for you! Explore below to see the numerous aquatics programs offered in the off-season!
Our online registration system allows you to manage everyone’s schedule through a single household account. Sign up for Spring Classes for yourself and your loved ones from your smartphone or computer.
Novice Teams begin February 28.
- Learn to Swim Lessons
- Aquatic Exercise Classes
- Lap Swimming
- Novice Swim Team
- Novice Water Polo
- Novice Artistic Swimming (Synchronized Swimming)
- Novice Dive Team
Check out Aquatics programming and register for an activity at reservations.lacounty.gov.
Click below links for video tutorials on Active Net:
ENGLISH: VIDEO TUTORIAL – HOW TO CREATE AN ACTIVE NET ACCOUNT
SPANISH: VIDEO TUTORIAL – HOW TO CREATE AN ACTIVE NET ACCOUNT
ENGLISH: VIDEO TUTORIAL – HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS/ACTIVITY
SPANISH: VIDEO TUTORIAL – HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS/ACTIVITY
Follow LA County Parks on social media: Facebook @parks.lacounty.gov and Twitter/Instagram/TikTok @lacountyparks.
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for In-person Classes:
The health and well-being of park guests and staff is our top priority. In accordance with LA County Public Health, currently masks are required at all times for all participants. Participants must maintain six feet physical distance from the instructor and staff at all times.
Lifeguarding with LA County is a great opportunity for young adults in school looking for part time employment or looking for a career as a first responder. It comes with a flexible schedule, a fantastic team and pays well more than minimum wage. And this summer, LA County Parks is looking to hire over 250 new guards for Summer 2022 across our 30+ facilities. Visit our Lifeguard Recruitment page for a full list of upcoming lifeguard swim tests dates and locations, along with necessary pre-requisites.
Spending the day at LA County Pools is guaranteed fun, but that requires everyone visiting to be safe as well. Every member of our Aquatics team is fully committed to the safety of every single patron that visits our facilities. Please read through our rules before your next visit to know what is and isn’t permitted at our locations. Rules are subject to the interpretation of Aquatic management.
Use of pool is prohibited when a lifeguard is not on duty. Patrons use diving facilities at their own risk.
Diving is not allowed in shallow areas of the pool or in areas posted as NO DIVING.
Running, rough play or profanity is not permitted.
Spitting is not permitted.
Play equipment or foreign objects are not allowed in the pool except during organized activities.
Glass is not allowed in the pool areas.
Smoking or eating is not allowed on the pool deck or in the pool building.
Soap showers required before entering the pool.
Persons with any type of contagious disease, skin rash, open sores, or wounds are not permitted.
All oil, grease, and foreign substances must be removed from your body before entering the pool, except sunscreen.
Only appropriate, clean swim wear will be allowed in the pool. White T- shirts are permitted in shallow end and deck areas only with approval of pool supervisor.
Patrons or spectators may not enter the pool area in street clothes.
Persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not allowed on the premises.
The County of Los Angeles is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
Children under 48 inches in height or under 7 years of age must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older) within an arms length reach away. No more than two children per adult.