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Chaparral Aquatic Center

Address

5401 N. Hayden Road
Scottsdale, AZ  85250
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Map

Park Map (pdf/639kb/1p)

Phone

480-312-2361  

E-mail

jbunnell@scottsdaleaz.gov
John Bunnell
Recreation Coordinator

Chap pool

Hours

Chaparral Aquatic Center is currently closed. Please visit EldoradoCactus and McDowell Mountain Ranch Aquatic Centers for current operating hours. Chaparral Aquatic Center will open this summer for swimming lessons, lap swim, and public swim starting June 1, 2015 through July 23, 2015. Public Swim hours will be from 10am-1pm and Lap Swim will be 6am-1pm Monday - Thursday. The pool will be closed Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Swim lessons will be offered from 4pm-7pm Monday - Thursday, for swim lesson registration and a complete list of Chaparral's aquatic classes please visit the Parks and Recreation brochure.
         

Summer Family Pass 

Scottsdale's Summer Family Pass allows families of all sizes unlimited public swim and fitness center visits from Memorial Day through Labor Day. A family of four that visits a city pool an average of two times a week receives a substantial savings over the drop-in price when they purchase a Family Pass for the season.  The savings increase the more frequently you attend. A Family Pass at Chaparral, Eldorado, and Cactus for a family of 4 is $120 and $20 for each additional family member for Scottsdale Residents. This pass is not valid at the McDowell Mountain Ranch Aquatic Center. Family Passes include unlimited public swim, lap swim, and fitness center visits. All aquatic classes require an additional registration fee.

Family Pass Pre-SALE (April 1 -May 25)

Chaparral Family Pass is on sale April 1, 2015 -May 25, 2015 for the price of $99 for Scottsdale Residents and $149 Non-residents Limited Time Offer! Pass is valid May 25-Septemper 7, 2015.

To inquire about private rental prices and availability, please call the Facility Booking office at 480-312-7707.

About

Chaparral Aquatic Center is one of the only municipal "free form" pools in the state. This pool resembles a lake front in shape, with a beach-like, zero-depth entry on one end. The shallow end is comprised of various interactive water features including a rain drop, wall of water and fountain. The main pool section consists of a shallow wading area, as well as 10 lap lanes and a diving well with a 1 meter board.