Pool Schedules & Policies
Our pools are mixed-use. That means you're welcome to use them for recreation when they are not in use in an organized aquatics program. Every day, our pools host lap swimmers, swim lessons, swim academy practices, aqua aerobics classes, and families enjoying free swim time together. We want everyone to enjoy our facilities safely. That's why we require the following:
At the YMCA, we believe everyone should learn to swim. It's a great way to stay in shape, learn water safety, and develop a lifetime of fun activities. A few things to keep in mind to get the most out of swim lessons: First, learning to swim is progressive. Usually, it takes more than one session before a child or an adult is comfortable in the water.
Specialty Swim Lessons
At the YMCA, we believe everyone should learn to swim. Currently, the Y is excited to offer Spanish-spoken swim lessons as well as lessons for the deaf or hard of hearing.
Please review the Aquatics Program Frequently Asked Questions page using this link: Aquatics FAQ's
Take your love for the water to the next level with the YMCA of Greenville Swim Academy. This specialized program teaches the basics of swim team and competitive swimming and helps advanced swimmers hone their skills.
Get a dynamic cardiovascular and low-impact workout by training in the water! These are fun yet challenging exercises for all levels that focus on strength, mobility, and flexibility.
The YMCA Masters Swim program is designed to provide workouts for adults of all levels seeking to develop their technique, stroke mechanics, and overall physical fitness. Our practices our led by experienced coaches who love to share their passion for swimming with others.
The YMCA of Greenville provides many opportunities to become a certified lifeguard. Lifeguarding is a rewarding and very important job that gives valuable work experience and opens the door to other job opportunities at the YMCA and beyond! The Y certifies lifeguards using the American Red Cross curriculum.