Princess Anne Family YMCA

Virginia Beach, VA, UNITED STATES

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Princess Anne Family YMCA
Address
2121 Landstown Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
UNITED STATES
Telephone
(757) 410-9557

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Drop-in/Casual
Visitors who live within a 50 miles of the YMCA:First visit Free. Second visit $5.00. Third visit $10.00.
Visitors from outside a 50 mile radius: Seven visits per calendar year Free*.
[January, 2018]
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Affiliate
YMCA: CAll.

Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m, 9 lanes x 25y, 22 lanes , outdoors , heated , 82ºF (28ºC)

Location

County/Region
Southeastern City/Counties
GPS
36.771562, -76.094894

Teams That Use This Facility

Youth Swim
Click on the Team Name to view its website.

Facility Notes

The pool is operated with 25y lanes in short course season.
This Y also has an indoor, leisure pool with a zero-depth entry, "water features", and water slides.
*Out-of-town guests are supposed to be accompanied by a member, but we understand that the requirement may not be strictly enforced.

Facility Reviews

This is a fantastic facility with spacious locker rooms (bring your own lock), clean showers, swimsuit water extractor, and bottle-filling water fountains. The indoor pool is mostly for families and children; it includes water spouts and a slide. I was told that occasionally during very bad weather they may allow lap swimming in the indoor pool -- but now that I've swum in the outdoor pool I would be disappointed if I had to swim indoors. I visited in January 2018 on two consecutive days. The first day was in the 40s and the second day was in the 20s. The outdoor heated pool was open (on the colder day they uncovered only six of the 22 lanes) and the hardy lifeguards were on deck in full winter gear while we swam. It can be a brisk, breezy walk from the main building to the outdoor pool deck but the water was warm enough and it's a great pool with gutters flush at the sides of the pool. In colder weather I recommend wearing flip flops and bringing a towel and/or coat for covering up quickly once you get out; you may hang these on the fencing surrounding the pool. There is a team that practices here year round (and they were practicing the first day I visited) but I think they always have a few lanes open for other swimmers.
[January, 2018]