The Jayhawk Club Wellness Center
Lawrence, KS, UNITED STATES
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Updated April 14, 2020.
Adult Admission Price & Policy
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While the Wellness Center utilizes the highest quality of equipment, the opposite is true of the four-lane pool. There are very few water drains and the lane lines are pathetic. The rudimentary lane 'separators' are ropes with intermittent Styrofoam floats that move up and down the ropes as the day progresses. They do nothing to dissipate turbulence. I haven't seen lane lines like this since attending summer camp on a lake in the 1950s. Think "Camp Run-A-Muck". As a result, the water is very choppy and turbulent, even with only two swimmers in the water. On the plus side, the enclosed pool room is very warm in the winter and the pool temperate is consistently maintained at a comfortable 82ºF. Immediately outside the pool room are two private showers/restrooms.