Make a SPLASH with us this Summer!
Welcome to the Marshfield Boys and Girls Club NEW! Outdoor Pool/Clubhouse!
In addition to our summer camps, members of the community and surrounding towns will be able to enjoy our pool and all the amenities, by signing up for a summer pool membership!
- Swim lessons (see class levels and description below)
- Splash pad
- Snack shack
- Heated 25 yard/6 lane competition pool
- Aqua aerobics
- Birthday pool parties
- Private rentals
- And more!!
For more information regarding pool programming and lessons contact Aquatics Director Lauren McGonagle at Laurenw@bgcmarshfield.com.
Swim Lesson Offerings
All of our classes will be taught by skilled and certified Lifeguards and Water Safety Instructors. We follow the Red Cross Learn to Swim format. Class level will determine size. Most classes are a 5:1 ratio of students to instructor. More advanced levels and the baby and me class may have more.We will be providing swim lessons to those families in the community that may not be part of our camp program, or not old enough for camp. Therefore, we will be holding swim lessons for all ages over the summer. Session and prices are as follows:
*swim class schedule linked below
**early bird pricing through 7/7
Swim Lesson Option 1 Swim Lesson Option 2
Dates: July 10th – July 28th Dates: July 31st – August 18th
Price: $150**/$160 Price: $150**/$160
*Classes will meet 2x a week for a half hour lesson for 3 weeks
Swim Lesson Option 3
Dates: July 10th – August 18th
*Classes will meet 1x a week for a half hour lesson for 6 weeks
Ages 18+ $8
Children under 18 $5
Children 2 and under FREE
*Day passes will be paid upon arrival during open swim hours with a signed waiver provided by the pool front desk.
Class Levels and description:
Baby and Me: Infants from 3 months to 2.5 years. Introduction to water. 1 adult must accompany child in the water for class.
Pre-School: 2.5 years and older. Water Exploration. To help students feel comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. Students will learn the elementary water skills which they can build on as they progress through the course.
Beginner I: new swimmers to feel comfortable and enjoy the water. Basic elementary water skills, getting comfortable putting face in water, and learning to swim on front and back with assistance.
Beginner II: Follows Beginner I. Primary Skills. To give students success with fundamental skills and learning to swim independently.
Advanced Beginner I: Follows Beginner II. Stroke Readiness. Students learn to coordinate front and back crawl, and introduce elementary backstroke.
Advanced Beginner II: Follows Advanced Beginner I. Stroke Development. Develops confidence in strokes learned thus far, and improves other aquatic skills.
Intermediate: Follows Advanced Beginner II. Stroke Refinement. Coordination and refinement of key strokes. Increases swim distances.
Introduction to Competitive Swimming: Follows Intermediate. Skill Proficiency. Objective is to polish strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power, and smoothness over greater distances. Introduces students to the experience of being on a swim team.
Cool off this Summer with a Pool Membership!
July 17th-September 15th
-outdoor clubhouse and snack shack!
Open Pool Times
Monday—Friday 6 a.m. – 9 a.m & 3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday– Sunday 10 a.m.– 7 p.m.
Pool staffed by certified lifeguards at all open swim times.