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.
In an effort to grow membership, The Apex Centre began looking at immediate improvements include: Landscape Improvements; Installation of Obstacle Course for Existing Indoor Pool; Enhancements to Existing Outdoor Slides; a Sauna Room in the Aquatics Area; Adding Building and Monument Signage at Alma Entrance; and Installation of Outdoor Fitness Area.
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 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.