Mountain Park Aquatic Center

★★★★☆
33.8461 -84.1335
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770-564-4650

1063 Rockbridge Road

Stone Mountain, GA

30087

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For lap swimming - it's about very good. Early hours for those who want to get wet at that time of day and open til 9pm usually for lap swim. One SUGGESTION - in the evenings (during the winter especially) the majority of laps are used by swim teams or swim lessons. They have to get a better system of staggering this so people who just want to lap swim after work have a place to go without waiting an hour just for a lane to open up. Summer is the best time to lap swim - most lanes open most of the time.

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★★★★☆

For lap swimming - it's about very good. Early hours for those who want to get wet at that time of day and open til 9pm usually for lap swim. One SUGGESTION - in the evenings (during the winter especially) the majority of laps are used by swim teams or swim lessons. They have to get a better system of staggering this so people who just want to lap swim after work have a place to go without waiting an hour just for a lane to open up. Summer is the best time to lap swim - most lanes open most of the time.

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PROS: Reasonable admission price, two water slides with little to no line, giant lazy river with many play features; clean, convenient restrooms, EXTREMELY SAFE

CONS: Inconvenient hours, WAY over-staffed and over-regulated; not enough out of pool seating; constant whistle blowing

MY EXPERIENCE: We paid $14 to get into the park. We had to prove our residency to get this price. It doubles for non residents. Once inside for around 5 minutes, we were approached by a lifeguard asking to inspect my 6-year-old son??s swim suit. It was deemed unacceptable because it didn??t have a liner. She explained that it was a safety hazard for him to swim in an un-lined swimsuit. Cut us some slack here 22-year-old summer job employee! Have you ever tried to pull a 6-year-old out of a water playground after 5 minutes of play for a trip to Walmart to buy a ??regulation? swimsuit?!? It was miserable. I felt like this rule was made up on the spot to single out my child. There was another kid there swimming in his underwear! The rules should be posted and the same for all visitors. They did provide us with a ticket for readmission, and we spent the next 30 minutes visiting the Walmart up the street.

Upon return, we continued to be harassed by lifeguard cops for the extent of our hour and a half stay. We were approached by lifeguards at least a dozen times. There were moments of fun, but mostly the experience was tainted with being told how to play. I??m grown. I don??t like being told how to play. I really don??t like being told how to take care of my kid by teenagers. It was an extremely cool set up, but the execution was way off. I would be less likely to return based on the way the park was over-managed. There were 9 semi-teenaged life guard cops on duty during our visit. There were probably 150 visitors.

3
★★★☆☆

PROS: Reasonable admission price, two water slides with little to no line, giant lazy river with many play features; clean, convenient restrooms, EXTREMELY SAFE

CONS: Inconvenient hours, WAY over-staffed and over-regulated; not enough out of pool seating; constant whistle blowing

MY EXPERIENCE: We paid $14 to get into the park. We had to prove our residency to get this price. It doubles for non residents. Once inside for around 5 minutes, we were approached by a lifeguard asking to inspect my 6-year-old son??s swim suit. It was deemed unacceptable because it didn??t have a liner. She explained that it was a safety hazard for him to swim in an un-lined swimsuit. Cut us some slack here 22-year-old summer job employee! Have you ever tried to pull a 6-year-old out of a water playground after 5 minutes of play for a trip to Walmart to buy a ??regulation? swimsuit?!? It was miserable. I felt like this rule was made up on the spot to single out my child. There was another kid there swimming in his underwear! The rules should be posted and the same for all visitors. They did provide us with a ticket for readmission, and we spent the next 30 minutes visiting the Walmart up the street.

Upon return, we continued to be harassed by lifeguard cops for the extent of our hour and a half stay. We were approached by lifeguards at least a dozen times. There were moments of fun, but mostly the experience was tainted with being told how to play. I??m grown. I don??t like being told how to play. I really don??t like being told how to take care of my kid by teenagers. It was an extremely cool set up, but the execution was way off. I would be less likely to return based on the way the park was over-managed. There were 9 semi-teenaged life guard cops on duty during our visit. There were probably 150 visitors.

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It is so fun for children and adults. The first time I went there I would have never expexted it to be so big. They have 2 big water slides, a lazy river, buckets of water that dump on you, they also have a little play ground in the water for the little babies, and inside pools.The Aquatic Center has very good deals it is inexpensive and if you dont want to swim you dont have to pay. I would definatly recommed them to anyone any age.

5
★★★★★

It is so fun for children and adults. The first time I went there I would have never expexted it to be so big. They have 2 big water slides, a lazy river, buckets of water that dump on you, they also have a little play ground in the water for the little babies, and inside pools.The Aquatic Center has very good deals it is inexpensive and if you dont want to swim you dont have to pay. I would definatly recommed them to anyone any age.

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It is an ok place to visit but I will probably not return. There are so many people everywhere you can not breathe. The people are rude and parents do not watch their kids. It was more frustrating than fun.

3
★★★☆☆

It is an ok place to visit but I will probably not return. There are so many people everywhere you can not breathe. The people are rude and parents do not watch their kids. It was more frustrating than fun.

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This is so much more than I would have expected from a public pool! It's a great deal for the price. There is an indoor warm pool, a lap pool, and an outdoor pool with two big slides, play area, lazy river and raining buckets! My husband and I love the water slides. There is also a family changing room in addition to the men's and women's locker rooms, which is helpful if you have small children. I took my infant son to indoor swimming lessons in the spring. The class was lots of fun and very helpful in getting the babies used to the water. We love the aquatic center!!

5
★★★★★

This is so much more than I would have expected from a public pool! It's a great deal for the price. There is an indoor warm pool, a lap pool, and an outdoor pool with two big slides, play area, lazy river and raining buckets! My husband and I love the water slides. There is also a family changing room in addition to the men's and women's locker rooms, which is helpful if you have small children. I took my infant son to indoor swimming lessons in the spring. The class was lots of fun and very helpful in getting the babies used to the water. We love the aquatic center!!

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