A gateway to fun and fitness, Frances Meadows Aquatic Center is an ideal destination for some healthy time. Along with a fitness center, this center also keeps a check on your level of fitness. Some of the facilities that you can avail of here are, a 10 lane indoor instructional pool, water and land fitness classes, seasonal outdoor water park, all year round swimming classes and of course the fitness club. Apart from these, they also have a playground, and are available for events and parties.
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Frances Meadows Aquatic Center Reviews & Ratings
We love Francis meadows after park!! The admission and the food here is very inexpensive. The water park has a small area with a slide for little kids, a pool with a small water channel and 2 big water slides for kids. We love this water park and will definately return again next summer.
What an amazing facility. Have enjoyed it for year. But recently joined as a member to start taking workout classes and using the gym. The setting in the gym with the beautiful window wall is more like a spa. Excellent workout equipment. Classes we have been taking have had very good instructors. So very happy to be back. Oh and ofcourse the multiple pools are a big plus.
Excellent facility. Has an indoor lap pool and outdoor water park for the kids, as well as a heated exercise pool. Locker rooms with showers, and an exercise area with gym equipment. They offer daily and annual rates.
The kids really like the water park and slides, but the front desk staff is very unfriendly to the point of being a little rude! Also I just had surgery and my kids had been bugging me to go so I finally got the energy to drive there and we got there at 7:00 they took someone in-front of me and only had one pay area open, so instead of them getting 45 min they got about 25 and we will have to pay over $12. It’s buy one get one free after 6pm which is good but the staff was so rude I could hardly enjoy those 25 min of watching my children play. Also, I don’t think you should be charged if you’re not getting in the water!
I have only visited the outdoor water attractions and have no experience with the indoor pools or classes, but the outside area is a great place for kids of all ages to get wet! Beware of the direct sun exposure, though. There is no shade unless you can get under an umbrella or shelter. I applied sport grade waterproof spf 50 2x in the 2 hours we were there on our most recent visit and still was burned on my shoulders a little, and I'm not fair-skinned. Don't be alarmed if the parking lot is full, we were there when only about twenty spots were left on the very edge of the lot and it still was not overcrowded once we got in. They need to designate more handicap parking spaces; they were all full and we couldn't park anywhere near the building. There are a few odd rules; they clearly want to force you to purchase their concessions. No re-entry without paying admission again. No outside food or drink. They offer hotdogs, burgers, grilled cheese, and chips, etc. They won't take bills larger than a twenty!! But they do take MC and Visa, and checks at the entry gate. We ate at Chick-Fil-A before going in. Children under 3 have to wear a swim diaper AND plastic pants over that, which they will sell to you if you need them. There are LOTS of life guards, and every hour you have to get out of the water for a safety check or something, which is a great time to re-apply sunscreen. If you found this review helpful, please give it a thumbs up! Thanks!