Boundary Waters Aquatic Center

  1. Ryan

    Ryan Lister

    Aquatic Superintendent

  2. Boundary Waters Aquatic Center


    Physical Address
    5000 Georgia Highway 92 N / 166 E
    Douglasville, GA 30135


    Directions

    Phone: 770-489-2175

    Hours of Operation:

    Monday-Friday: 8AM-4PM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Saturday:11AM-5PM
    Sunday:
    CLOSED

    The Douglas County Parks and Recreation Department does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.



The beautiful Boundary Waters Aquatic Center (BWAC) features an 8-lane, 25-meter heated competition pool, and a 4-lane, heated therapeutic/teaching pool. The Aquatic Center was designed and constructed with special-purpose local-option sales tax funds. Thanks to the citizens of Douglas County for this wonderful facility!

Rates

PassDouglas County ResidentOut of County
DAILY RATES


Individual, Daily$3$5
QUARTERLY RATES


Individual: Youth/Adult$75$100
Individual: Senior$65$90
Family: Up to 4$110$200
Family: 5+$150$300
Family: 2 Seniors$60$100
YEARLY RATES


Individual: Youth/Adult$250$275
Individual: Senior$150$175
Family: Up to 4$300$425
Family: 5+$350$550
Family: 2 Seniors$200$250
MILITARY DISCOUNT


All Ages$2 daily rate


  1. Stingrays Swim Team
  2. Sea-Dragons Special Olympics Swim Team
  3. High School Swim Teams

footer-logo_057832Stingrays Practice Days

Monday-Friday: 6am-7:30am

Monday-Friday 5:30 to 8:30 pm

The Douglasville Stingrays began as a small, independent, summer-league only swim club in 1997, practicing in an outdoor pool at Hunter Park. Organized and supported by parents and swimming enthusiasts, the team moved to a new indoor facility in 2004, the Boundary Waters Aquatic Center. The club was renamed the Douglas County Stingrays (DCS) and continued its evolution.

Today, DCS is a competitive, year-round, USA Swimming team that is administered and directed by member-volunteers. Over one hundred members strong and growing, Douglas County Stingrays compete at local, state, regional and national levels.

 What Boundary Waters Aquatic Center Offers

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