Wheat Ridge Recreation Center
Wheat Ridge, Colorado, UNITED STATES

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The Basics
Facility Name
Wheat Ridge Recreation Center
Web Address
Street Address
4005 Kipling Street , Wheat Ridge , CO , UNITED STATES (Postal Code: 80033)
(303) 231-1300

Visitors (adult)
Wheat Ridge residents: $5.00, SC(65) $4.50. Jefferson County residents: $60, SC $5.50. Non-residents: $6.50. SC $6.00. [January, 2013]
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Year-Round Pools and Boards at Facility
Pool 125y, 8 lanes, indoors, 82°F (28°C)
Pool 225m, indoors, water temperature not reported
DivingOne 1m board.

From I-70 take the Kipling Exit; go south about one mile, the recreation center is on the right.
Jefferson County
39.77152, -105.11133
Teams that Use Facility
TypeTeam NameContact 
Youth SwimThe Wheat Ridge Pirnahas Swim TeamClick on the Team Name to view its website.
The pool opened in early 2000. It also has a separate 89°F (32°C) leisure pool with water toys, a slide, and a lazy river. Hours are 5:30AM - 9PM, with lap lanes available during almost all open hours.The pool admission fee also covers use of the entire facility: full gym, weights, cardiovascular equipment, racquetball, a climbing wall, indoor track, basketball, etc.

Facility Reviews
Very clean facilities. Good combo for parent lap swimmer and family fun.

The ladies locker room was clean. Only hand dryers set high on the wall, and no spinner for bathing suits. Pool was busy. Has backstroke flags. Nice, friendly folks.
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Source of Data
The information for this listing was provided by a Wheat Ridge resident who uses the pool regularly.
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