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Aquatics

NELSON POOL is closed until further notice.

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Summer Schedule: Ellis Outdoor Pool Effective 28 May 2022

Newest Schedule: Summer Effective 31 May 2022

All information is subject to change at any time.

Prices

100% ID Check" policy in effect.

All prices and policies are subject to change at the discretion of Fort Carson Aquatics.

Are you currently a legacy pass holder with questions about your pass validity? 

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Prices

Daily Pass

  • Free for Active Duty military
  • $3 per person: Retired military, DOD dependents, DOD civilians
  • $6 per person: General public/non-military

*Observation fees are charged at all Fort Carson pools between Memorial Day and Labor Day for all non-swimming patrons

Monthly Pass
  • $25 Individual monthly pass
  • $40 (2 or more) monthly pass

Annual Individual Pass

  • $100 for an Individual Pass
  • Available for purchase by eligible DOD patrons
  • Annual passes are valid for one calendar year from the date of transaction

Annual Family Pass 

  • $250 per family of 3+
  • Available for purchase by eligible DOD patrons
  • Family pass holders must all live in the same household
  • Annual passes are valid for one calendar year from the date of transaction

Water Aerobics
 

  • $3 per class
  • $30 for a 10-class punch card
  • $150 for an annual water aerobics pass

 

Items striked through (ie: content) are temporarily unavailable until further notice.

Ivy Indoor Pool

Features:

  • 25-yard lap pool
  • Lap swim equipment
  • Handicap lift
  • Men's and women's locker rooms
  • Family changing room
  • Zero entry family pool
  • 1- and 3-meter diving boards
  • 2 slides in the main pool
  • 2 slides in the family pool
  • Mushroom Fountain for kids

 

Items striked through (ie: content) are temporarily unavailable until further notice.

Nelson Indoor Pool

Nelson Indoor Pool Features:

  • Closed until further notice
Ellis Outdoor Pool

 

  • 50-yard lap/open swim pool
  • Deck area for lounging
  • Handicap lift
  • Men's and women's locker rooms
  • Open seasonally from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend
  • 1-meter diving board
  • Water slide
  • Baby pools
  • Open Memorial Day to Labor Day
 
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I bring a "floatie" or water wings for my child?

A: Only Coast Guard Approved flotation devices are approved for use at any of the pools. All flotation devices are inspected by aquatics staff. Learn more about choosing the right Personal Flotation Device (PFD) for your child.

 

Q: What age can I let my child go to the pool by him/herself?

A: Unaccompanied minors must be 13 years of age or older. Minors ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an eligible patron of the pool age 18 or older. Fort Carson Aquatics complies with 100% ID check policies.

 

Q: Can I bring a guest? They don't have military ID.

A: Yes, but your guest must be accompanied by an eligible patron at all times. The Daily Pass fee applies.

 

Q: Can I bring toys to the pool?

A: All toys must be approved by aquatics staff.

 

Q: Can I reserve a lane for laps?

A: Lap lanes are first-come, first-serve, no reservations. Lane sharing is enforced by aquatics staff.

 

Q: Do I have to get in the water with my child?

A: All children must pass a swim test or meet the minimum height requirement for that portion of the pool to be allowed in the water without a parent within arms reach.

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