Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility (WARF)
Warrenton, Virginia, UNITED STATES

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The Basics
Facility Name
Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility (WARF)
Web Address
Street Address
800 Waterloo Road , Warrenton , VA , UNITED STATES (Postal Code: 20186)
(540) 349-2520

Visitors (adult)
Warrenton town residents: $4.00, SC(60) $3.00
Fauquire County residents: $6.00, SC $4.50.
All others: $7.50, SC $5.50.
[April, 2014]
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Year-Round Pools and Boards at Facility
Pool 125y x 25m, 11 lanes x 8 lanes, indoors, 82ºF (28ºC)

Take 211 South out of Warrenton, ¼ mile on the right, past Bloom Grocery Store.
Fauquier County
38.717218, -77.818665
Teams that Use Facility
TypeTeam NameContact 
Masters SwimWarrenton MastersClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Youth SwimNation's Capital SwimmingClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Youth SwimOccoquan SwimmingClick on the Team Name to view its website.
The pool opened in September, 2007. The facility also has a leisure pool with water slide and water mushrooms, a large heated spa, a small "lazy river", a therapeutic spa (not a hot tub), and weight machines.
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Facility Reviews
A beautiful facility. It's usually set up for short-course yards, but occasionally for SCM. The price is very reasonable. For kids, there's a wonderful lazy river and water slide in same building, so you can have your workout and have the kids in therecreational pool. Best to call ahead in case a swim meet is scheduled (several local schools use it.) I've rearranged my travel planning when going through Central VA to stay at one of several nearby hotels and use the WARF for my daily swim.

Source of Data
The information for this listing was provided by a member of the Warrenton Masters.