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The 50,000-square-foot facility will include multipurpose rooms for youth gaming, a demonstration kitchen, meeting rooms, gymnasiums, fitness rooms and indoor pool.
Sand Mountain Park & Amphitheater is a 130 plus acre park in Albertville, AL aimed at serving all of Sand Mountain with family-friendly, public play spaces, live entertainment, and elite-level athletic facilities. It is literally a "park within a park!" After an 18-month process of listening to community members and studying what can further stimulate the economy, the City of Albertville designed Sand Mountain Park to serve all residents of the region of all athletic and recreation abilities.
WILLISTON, N.D. (KUMV) - The fundraising effort to bring an outdoor pool back to Williston took another step forward Wednesday with the announcement of the facility’s future name: Williston Water World.
Naming rights were awarded to the anonymous donor who gave $1.5 million to the project in February. The Williston Pool Action Committee says the name indicates the project will be much more than just a pool.
Wellington plans to add a four-pool aquatics complex at Village Park. The $22. Other features will include: A volleyball court or dry playground
The Northglenn Recreation Center, Senior Center, and Parsons Theatre is a nearly 88,000-square-foot multi-purpose facility and is the home for the City's recreation and culture programs and services.
A rendering shows what a third city pool could potentially look like in Surprise. The Surprise City Council favors a 50-meter competitive pool.
Strawberry Water Park is a fun summer experience for the entire family. The facility includes several exciting features such as water slides, play structures, a lazy river, shaded seating, and lap pool.
YWCA Quad Cities will host an official groundbreaking ceremony for its new two-story, 48,900-square-foot facility next week in downtown Rock Island.
The event will take place at the location of the new facility, 1702-1794 5th Avenue, Rock Island, on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 2 p.m. This free event will include speeches from stakeholders and refreshments.
Bettendorf officials broke ground Friday morning at The Landing, an $18 million aquatic facility and ice rink.
It’s located at the corner of 23rd Street and Middle Road.
Big plans for new pool at MLK Park in Yakima. A curvy waterslide, lap lanes, a zero-depth entry area for young children and high-octane activity areas for teens are among the amenities planned at the Martin Luther King Jr. Park’s aquatic center.
Watermania is part of the Riverport Sports and Entertainment Complex and is easily accessible off of Highway 99 via exit 32, Steveston Highway east. This facility offers a complete aquatic and fitness experience all in one place with features that include:
Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture is proud to offer an 85,000-square-foot Community Recreation Center. The Windsor Community Recreation Center features two gymnasiums, multiple fitness rooms, an indoor aquatic facility, as well as a variety of other state-of-the-art rooms and amenities.
The proposed design envisions a state-of-the-art 22,600 square-foot facility that focuses on the highest standards of energy efficiency, and built with unique programming and amenities, such as a suspended retractable obstacle course known as a NinjaCross system.
Since 2000, the community of Blue Springs, Missouri, has asked for an aquatics park with modern amenities like slides, lazy rivers, etc. Fast forward to November 3, 2022, and the city answered the call by breaking ground on Blue Surf Bay Waterpark.
"Warnersville Pool is to be renovated along with the bathrooms. A new playground, field, beach entry, waterslide, Ninja cross system and an obstacle course are to be added."
“We’re going to have a lazy river that’s going to have a wave component to it, a drop-slide which will drop you eight feet into the pool, a play station with a bucket drop, and a zero-depth-entry splash pad for the kids. We’re also going to have Ninja-Cross which is a take-off of the Ninja Warrior – this will be the first of its kind in any waterpark,” Goolst said.
The Scottsbluff Aquatics Center would feature indoor pool facilities available year-round such as a lap/competition pool, waterslides, water play structures, FlowRider Surf Simulator, zero-depth entry, therapy pool, sauna/steam room, and other features. There also may be exciting outdoor aquatics components.
The YMCA of Greater Toledo has announced a $10 million expansion to the Sylvania YMCA/JCC facility, more than doubling its current size and modernizing the existing spaces. Among the improvements is an expansion for an all-new indoor family aquatics center with water toys and an area dedicated to swimming lessons and therapy.
Newark plans to spend roughly $1.4 million to improve swimming pools and replace a play structure at the Silliman Family Aquatic Center.
In our 150 years of supporting the Omaha metro area, we have seen first-hand the impact a Y can have on a community. The Y is much more than a gym and a pool. The Y gives adults, children, seniors and families a place to be inspired. A place to grow and thrive. A place to be strengthened and to strengthen each other. Together.
It’s been just over one year since the Mountain Home City Council approved the purchase of bonds to build a community center/aquatic facility at McCabe Park in the southwest part of the city at the junction of U.S. Highway 62/412 West and the Sheid/Hopper Bypass.
The 160,000 square-foot events and aquatic facility will be located at Wes Howard Memorial Sports Park, in West Medford. Rosenthal says despite many rising prices during the pandemic, that hasn’t set the project back. He says the city’s made some adjustments. The complex is expected to open in August of 2023.
With a focus on recreation, the new Jasper pool design incorporates elements of fun and leisure in just about every nook and cranny while creating more options for lounging and relaxation. The City of Jasper commissioned an aquatic needs study in 2014, which assessed the current pool while making suggestions for updates.
Town of Port Hedland reveals updated $230 million South Hedland Integrated Sports Hub master plan...and outdoor facilities — a 50m outdoor pool, 30m water polo pool, a hydro pool, water park, inflatables and a ninja cross obstacle course.
The 1992 Landers and Big Bear earthquakes damaged the Valley’s Meadow Park swimming pool. For for nearly 30 years, Big Bear has been without a public swimming pool.
The Bear Valley Unified School District Education Foundation is looking to change that.
In September of 2020, in conjunction with Malmstrom Air Force Base, the City of Great Falls was awarded a $10 million dollar Department of Defense Community Infrastructure Program (DCIP) grant to fund a new Recreation Center.
The Englewood Recreation Center is a full-service community facility that provides activities for all ages.
The City of Irvine operates year-round municipal programs in unique aquatic facilities. Aquatics activities include a combination of instructional, educational, recreational and competitive programs offered by the City and a number of local nonprofit aquatic organizations.
Salt City Splash is Hutchinson’s exclusive water park! Beyond public swimming, the facility also offers water fitness classes, special events, recreational swim team, and swim lessons for both youth and adults.
The Centre is a completely renovated aquatics complex complete with a lap pool, leisure pool, river run, waterslide, sauna, whirlpool, steam room and more.
For several years, the City of Fishers has discussed the need for a community and recreation center. While previous attempts at a facility with private investors have ultimately failed, the need for a community and recreational space-- and the corresponding amenities-- have continued to grow.
The Rollie Miles Recreation Centre will be a small recreation facility that responds to the facility assessment, demographics and community needs. The project is currently funded for the planning and preliminary design
Wastin’ away again in KC. This $145 million project is now under construction. The resort will include a 230-room hotel, a “LandShark” themed restaurant, and indoor + outdoor water sport features. We’re most excited to check out the ninja ropes course overlooking the indoor pool.
Prince George's new downtown pool will soon include what's called a NinjaCross System, which is set to be a first-of-its-kind in B.C.
The supply and installation of a dual-lane Ninja Cross obstacle course is estimated at $500,000 and will be funded utilizing the $10-million Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program grant awarded in support of the pool.
The newly renovated recreation center will total 11,873 square feet, with an estimated design and construction cost of $13.1 million. The completed facility will include a new six-lane lap pool with an adjacent aqua-exercise pool, a wave pool with a lazy river and bubble pit, an activity pool and more.
The new Recreation Center is nearing completion with only a few necessary components to add until the entire facility opens to the public.
In the lap section of the pool, a NinjaCross System (obstacle cource) will hang above the pool. The NinjaCross system is the first of its kind in Minnesota.
This new purpose-built facility will provide modern fitness and aquatic facilities to be enjoyed by all ages and abilities.
Our new centre will help our community improve or maintain health and wellbeing, play team sports, connect with others and meet specialised health needs.
The Kew Recreation Centre redevelopment is supported by the Victorian Government.
During a "normal" summer, Pirates Bay Waterpark—operated by the city of Baytown, Texas—hits capacity three to four days every week, according to Jenna Stevenson, aquatics superintendent with Baytown Parks & Rec. While features like their lazy river, wave pool, surf attraction and many waterslides are a big draw, this spring they added a new attraction: a NinjaCross aquatic obstacle/fitness course.
Recently named the best in the country and honored with the prestigious Grand Plaque in the National Gold Medal Awards for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management from the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration, in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association.
The new swimming pool will also include an obstacle course that can be lowered into the pool for use by university athletic swimmers and members of the community who want a bit of an extra challenge while taking a dip in the water. Construction should begin summer of 2022.
A place where adaptive athletes can train for outdoor sports.
The 7-acre campus will be a one-of-a-kind experience in Idaho, bringing together post 9/11 military and their families with adaptive athlete members of Mission43 and CAF to support member programs.
The city’s 2016 Master Park Plan and Marion’s ImagiNEXT project identified a new outdoor aquatic center as a top desire among residents. The design’s lap pool would have eight, 25-yard lanes. The pool also features a “ninja cross,” an obstacle course with bars, wheels and swings.
Nishna Valley Family YMCA Director Dan Haynes offered a few ideas, such as remodeling the YMCA zero entry space, which would be similar to a splash pad or adding a series of rings and bars to the pool to climb on above water and a series of hoops to swim through underwater, known as a ninja cross.
The City of Valley Center has hired a design consultant to develop the plans for the renovation of Lions Park Aquatic Center and the new Valley Center Recreation/Aquatic Center.
The report proposes a play area for children, an open program zone where residents could play different water activities, a “lazy river” driven by a water current and a warm-water lap lane fit for aerobics classes. For its lap pool, Barr shared that the concept includes six lanes, each spanning 25 yards.