Quincy Aquatic Center is now CLOSED for the 2021 season!
Please check back in the Early Months of 2022 for new updates for next summer.
About the Center
Quincy Aquatic Center provides a fun, safe opportunity for summer recreation. The zero-depth entry meets ADA requirements and provides a wading area for:
Swim lessons provide vital life skills to children and adults and summer employment provides area youth with job skills. The grassy picnic area is a great place for picnics and reunions. Quincy Aquatic Center was achieved through the dedication of volunteers, donations and an IAC Grant. The center offers family, friends and visitors a great place to have fun!
Information about the 2022 Swim Club Season will come in the Spring of 2022.
Summer Swimming Lessons
Class Schedule for Summer of 2022 Swim Lessons will be put up online here in the late spring of 2022 (Just as school is getting out).
Lightning & Storm Safety
In case of lightning and summer storms, our facility refers to the National Lightning Safety website. "If you can hear it, clear it; if you can see it, flee it." Get away from water, Don't be a fool, get out of the pool!
- Stay away from all wiring, plumbing, and electrical equipment.
- Trees should not be used as shelter during an electrical storm.
- When thunder roars, get indoors!
- Lightning can strike up to 10 miles ahead of the storm.
If a lifeguard sees lightning strike while at the Aquatic Center, they will clear the pool and start a 30 minute timer. If they see another lighting strike, the timer will start over. Patrons will only be let back into the pool if 30 minutes pass without seeing any more lightning strikes.