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Potential lifeguards must be 15 years old by the last day of the lifeguard training class and must be 16 years old or older in order to teach swim lessons.
To qualify to work at the concessions or front gate you must be 14 years old or older.
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The Wray Aquatic Center is open everyday.
Opening day for 2022 is Friday, June 3.
For a full list of hours of operation, please click here.
A family membership for the entire season is $200 for a family of four living in the same household. Each additional member in the same household is $15. (A discounted price is available during Pre-Registration on May 11 & 12, both days, from 5:00-7:00 PM at the Roundhouse)
An Individual membership is $75.
Memberships are now ALL ACCESS! What's Included? Open Swims, Night Swims, Tadpole Time, Flick & Floats, Lap Swims & Water Aerobics
The outside temperature needs to be 65 degrees or above for the pool to open to the public.
The Wray Aquatic Center offers:
June 13 - 17, 2022
Learn To Swim Sessions:
Session 1 is June 20-24, 2022 (mornings)
Session 2 is July 11-15, 2022 (evenings)
To see the full schedule, please click here.
The Wray Aquatic Center will be closed for lightning, thunder or heavy rain. Refunds will not be given for early closures due to inclement weather. All closures will be announced over the intercom system during operating hours. All closures will be posted on our Wray Pool Facebook page and signs will be posted at the entrance to the pool.
May 11 & 12 (both days) from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at City Hall Roundhouse. Cash & Check only.
To save time in line, feel free to complete the registration form online and bring it with you to registration.
To access the pre-registration form, please click here.
To access the swim lesson form, please click here.
To access the parent/child swim lesson form, please click here.