The Natatorium in Cuyahoga Falls («The Nat»)

Cuyahoga Falls, OH, UNITED STATES

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
The Natatorium in Cuyahoga Falls («The Nat»)
2345 Fourth Street
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
(330) 971-8080

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Residents: $9.00; Senior Citizens (60) $7.00. Non-residents: $14.00, SC $10.00. (Bring ID.) [March, 2022]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25y x 36f, 6 lanes, indoors, 82ºF (28ºC).
Pool 2
25y x 18f, 3 lanes in a lesiure pool, indoors, 84ºF (29ºC).
One 1m diving board.


Summit County
41.139373, -81.485595

Teams That Use This Facility

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Facility Notes

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Facility Reviews

You can't lap swim here. Aerobics, swim team practice, swimming lessons, and a constantly changing schedule make this a difficult place to get a swim!
A GREAT place to swim, there’s always room and they’ll open more lanes for swimming if needed. Two pools for laps. Water has never been anything but clear. Clean facilities, nice showers, suit spinner in the locker rooms. Staff are aware and helpful. Extended hours.
We love to swim here; it's great for family, visiting friends, or to get some exercise with the kids. If you're by yourself, there is still plenty to do.
[March, 2014]
It's a State-of-the-Art facility, but I'm disappointed with the poor attention to cleaning. The place is heavily used! I have encountered hairballs, Band-Aids®, and gauze pads in the pool; and I often make my turns at a black dirt-line. The pool needs a good painting, which I thought would have been done when the pool was closed last summer. There was a hair tie with hair in the suit spinner for over a week; you won't find a paper towel to clean up a mess at the sink; and you sure won't see anyone cleaning down the sink. I have been here eight months and not seen it once. Today, on a January Saturday, with all the kids, there were crackers, cookies, dirty underwear, and used towels on the floor when I got there - and they were still there when I left. Oh, and did I mention the hairballs in all the showers? Shame on you Nat! When it's that busy, especially during flu season, you should be in there cleaning constantly. The sauna could use a good scrub down, too. Of course, how clean could it be when people go in there with their clothes and street boots on. I have been in health centers for 35 years, 10 of those as a manager and/or instructor, and not seen a place this dirty.
[January, 2015]