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Audrey Moore RECenter - Aquatics

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The Audrey Moore RECenter has an Olympic-sized heated indoor pool with 3 Duraflex springboards, a 44 ft x 200 ft outdoor sundeck, saunas, locker rooms with private showers, a family changing room, and a bleacher seating capacity of 500.

Fairfax County Park Authority RECenter pools have something for everybody! Our comprehensive programs promote safety, skill development, fitness, social interaction and fun.

Various user groups share pool space. FCPA and Fairfax County Public Schools share the commitment for hosting the high school swim and dive teams for practice and meets November through February. Nationally ranked swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, and water polo teams also rent space for practice and meets.

Three or more lap swimming lanes are always open for customers during operating hours. Shallow (3 1/2 ft.) play space is available every day. On Saturdays and Sundays our diving boards are open from 1pm – 4pm based on lifeguard availability. All participants must pass an ability test—to swim the width of the pool (25 yards) in deep water. A lifeguard supervises this test. Flotation devices may not be used for the swim test or on the diving board. See complete Pool Rules.

For monthly updates to lap lanes and diving board availability, and for pool hours of operation, refer to the Audrey Moore RECenter Pool Calendar.

Our Lifeguards

Professionally trained lifeguards oversee all natatorium activities. We are proud to be associated with Ellis & Associates (E & A), an aquatic safety consulting firm that provides the National Pool and Waterpark Lifeguard Training Program (NPWLTP). Licensed lifeguards maintain high standards with constant training and practice.

If you are interested in becoming a lifeguard at one of our RECenters call the RECenter where you would like to work.

Register through Parktakes Online for these exciting, fun-filled programs!

Mural Gives Wakefield a Pool with a View

Lost Atlantis is lost no more. Submerged beneath deep blue waters, visited by dolphins, orcas and tropical fish, its towers half buried in shifting sands, the fabled city has been recreated with brush and paint on a giant mural at Wakefield RECenter.

Wakefield Pool Mural Orcas
Wakefield Pool Mural - turtles

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