Live more, play more & swim more!
Make a splash, swim some laps, or learn water safety at one of our public aquatic facilities! M-NCPPC offers both summertime and year-round swimming opportunities throughout Prince George's County. We have swimming lessons for children and adults, water fitness, aqua arthritis, lifeguard training, swim teams and aquatic safety classes; browse the schedule and sign up using SMARTlink.
PG Aquatics on Social Media
Follow PG Aquatics on Facebook to keep up with our latest programs, events and view photos of the community enjoying our wonderful facilities and programs.
Outdoor Pools & Splash Parks Open Saturday, May 28!
Annual Indoor Pool Maintenance Schedule
Our aquatic facilities close for annual routine maintenance, repairs, deep cleaning, modernization and safety inspections. We appreciate your patience while we work to improve our facilities.
Aquatic General Admission Fee Increase
Positions are available (must be 16 years of age to work for M-NCPPC Aquatics). Positions
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Programs, Certification Courses & Special Events
Click on the Aquatics Quicklinks to the right to view our exciting aquatic programs, certification courses and fitness classes such as Aqua Pole, Aqua Spinning, Lifeguard Training, Water Safety Instructor Certification, Certified Pool Operator Certification and swim lesson for infants to seniors!
Search for course and activities offered at M-NCPPC facilities.
M-NCPPC is a proud Local Partner of Make A Splash
The Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation is a Make A Splash Local partner and offers free swim lessons and water safety programs during the Summer at various M-NCPPC aquatic facilities and to various 2nd-grade classes in the Prince George's Public Schools.
Pool Safely Pledge Information
*The M-NCPPC Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George's County encourages and supports the participation of individuals with disabilities. Register at least a minimum of two weeks in advance of the program's start date to request and receive a disability accommodation.