June 23, 2020

Wilmette Park District

Adult Lap Swim Registration Update

Centennial Family Aquatics Center, in accordance with Illinois Department of Public Health, Center for Disease Control, and USA Swimming guidelines, is pleased to open for Adult (16 years of age and older) Lap Swim starting Wednesday, June 24. Lap swim is designed for organized swimming of the full length of the 50-meter pool repeatedly. If multiple people are sharing a lane, typically, we ask swimmers to circle swim. That means you go down the length of the pool to the right of the black line, and swim back on the left of it.

Adult Lap Swim registration is now open at:
  • To get started, click the "Create Account" link at the bottom of the login page
  • After initial "Create Account" information is submitted, you will receive an email from FunFangle Support to verify your account
  • Add additional household members by using the "Add" button in the top right in your account view
  • From the menu, select "Make a Reservation." See remaining spots left per time slot and reserve your lap swim time with an online payment.
  • Option to securely store payment information for easy purchasing
  • From your account, you can track recent activities, make reservations, and process cancelations
Adult Lap Swim registration may be made seven (7) days in advance and will be pay as you go, no membership. Price per lap swim time-slot: Resident-$16 / Non-Resident-$26. For more information or to view the lap swim schedule, please visit: http://wilmettepark.org/pool-schedules.

*Please note, all previously purchased Centennial Family Aquatic Center season passes are canceled. 2020 Pool Season Pass holders will receive a refund to their original form of payment. Previously purchased Beach/Pool Combo pass holders will be refunded a portion of their season pass. The combo pass will still be honored at Gillson Swimming Beach.

We will continuously evaluate the situation and inform the community of any decisions made. We recognize the seriousness of the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in our community. We urge all residents to follow the Center for Disease Control’s tips by staying home if sick; avoiding close contact with people who are sick; covering coughs and sneezes; avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth; and washing hands with soap and water. For more information and recommendations, go to:
  • Cook County Department of Public Health
  • Illinois Department of Public Health
  • Center for Disease Control
  • World Health Organization
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