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Register here for the Pumpkin Plunge! October 15th

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GIANT THANK YOU!

To the Foster High School Girls Swim Team and their Coach for pulling weeds from the grounds this past weekend!  You are AWESOME!!!

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Try Deep Water Aquarobics 🙂

Challenge yourself to become stronger and leaner!

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays

Click here for more information on Aquarobics!

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Swimming Lesson Registration!

Registration is open now for Saturday classes held October 1st – 22nd

and for weekday classes held Oct 3rd – 27th

Click here for more info on Swim Classes!

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Teen Night – Fridays from 8pm to 10pm

Only $2 drop-in fee

Don’t Miss Out!!!!

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Men’s Only Swim is now on Thursdays

Starting September 8th, the Men’s Only Swim is on Thursday nights from 8:00 PM until 9:30 pm.  The pool now closes at 5:00 pm on Sunday evenings.

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Corrections on our most recent Brochure:

For those of you who received the Tukwila Pool Fall Brochure inside your Tukwila Parks & Recreation Activity Guide – we apologize for the confusion about the Water Aerobics/Aquarobics class prices.  The rate listed in the brochure is for our morning Water Aerobics classes only.  Aquarobics (Tues & Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 pm) class rates are different.

Also, please note that weekday Lap Swim starts at 6:30 pm instead of 6:00 pm.

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Did you know…

  • There are 19,107 residents of Tukwila…ALL of whom are invited to come swim in the pool!

  • About 80% of the cost of operating the Tukwila Pool is paid for with your local property taxes (included in your monthly mortgage or rental payment), so why not enjoy what you’re already paying for!

  • An hour of vigorous swimming will burn up to 650 calories. It burns off more calories than walking or biking.

  • Water’s buoyancy make swimming the ideal exercise for physical therapy and rehabilitation or for anyone seeking a low-impact exercise.

  • Going swimming is very relaxing and has been compared to yoga and meditation in its soothing effect on the mind and body.  It has also been shown to help with asthma and autism.

  • Washington State has 454 bodies of water, but there’s only one Tukwila Pool!