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Leavenworth, KS 66048
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Riverfront Community Center Pool

RFCC Pool
The Riverfront Community Center (RFCC) indoor pool is open year-round (limited summer hours).  We offer many exercise classes, recreational opportunities and much more!  You can have a private pool party at the pool for a birthday or special occasion or just treat yourself to a dip in the pool when you need a low-impact workout!  (No indoor swim lessons or open swim in summer.) Admission to the indoor pool is included in the Community Center admission fees. Please call 913-651-2132.
 
Hours vary. Please call 913-651-2132 for information on when the pool is open for lap swim. Swim lessons, water exercises and a local swim team are available as well.
 
Closed on major holidays:
New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day,Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day,Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
 
Location and contact information:  
Riverfront Comunity Center
123 S. Esplanade St.
Leavenworth, KS  66048
(913) 651-2132
 
Open Swim & Lap Swim Regulations
Swimmers under 54" tall must be accompanied by an adult (18 or older) in the water at all times or be able to pass a swim test. Open swim may close early due to lack of participation. No flotation devices of any kind are allowed in the water. (see information below) Children under age 10 must be accompanied and directly supervised by a parent or adult guardian.

No one under age 14 admitted into the pool during Lap Swim, unless authorized by the Recreation Program Supervisor. All Lap Swimmers must be able to swim one length of the pool unassisted, using front crawl. Circle swim is required when there are more than two swimmers per lane. Please choose a lane with swimmers equal to your ability. (Always stay to the right). No more than five swimmers per lane. Exceptions to these rules must be approved by the Recreation Program Supervisor.

No Flotation Devices are Allowed 
Approved flotation devices are allowed for handicapped persons only. A child has difficulty floating in a safe position because of the distribution of body weight and because a child tends to panic when suddenly in an unfamiliar environment. The violent movement of the arms and legs in an attempt to "climb out" of the water tends to nullify the stability of the flotation device. An approved device will keep a child afloat, but not always in a face up position. In addition, some children develop a strong dependency on the device. This dependence creates a false sense of security and delays the development of personal swimming competencies. Parents should note that flotation devices are not substitutes for adult supervision. The best way to keep your child safe in the water is with "hands on" the child.
 
Pool Parties
The Riverfront Community Center pool is available for birthday parties and special events. During open swim time, the balcony overlooking the pool may be reserved. Please call 913-758-6629 for information and dates. In-house catering is available.