Safety Around Water
Safety around water is central to our Y. Every year, too many preventable water accidents and drownings occur, so the Y is doing its part to help educate and teach Skagitonians of all ages how to be safe around any type of water, not just our pool.
Swim For Life
Learning to swim is an essential skill for all ages. As the largest provider of swim lessons in the country, the Y helps people gain the comfort and confidence to enjoy swimming as a lifelong activity.
Community Safety Courses
The Skagit Valley Family YMCA has partnered with the American Red Cross to provide Community Safety courses at the Y, including Lifeguarding, First Aid/CPR, and Babysitters Training.
The Skagit Valley Family YMCA Aquatics team (SVYA) is a year-round dual YMCA/USA competitive swim team. We offer high quality coaching and technical instruction based on the swimmers age and ability.
9/12 -- MVHS 3-4:30pm | BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
9/14 -- MVHS 3-4:30pm
9/19 -- BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
9/21-- BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
9/26-- BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
9/28 -- MVHS 3-4:30pm | BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
10/5 -- MVHS 3-4:30pm | BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
10/10 -- BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
10/12 -- MVHS 3-4:30pm | BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
10/17 -- MVHS 3-4:30pm | BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
10/24-- BEHS/SWHS 7-8:30pm
McIntyre Aquatics Center: Fast Facts
The McIntyre Aquatic Center includes:
- Lap Pool (81º F)
- 6 lap lanes x 25 yards’
- Depth 7 ft to 3.5 ft
- The Hilde Family Recreation Pool (85º F)
- Teaching Pool (3 lanes x 17.8 yds. 3 to 3.5 ft deep)
- Splashpad (0 to 3 ft deep)
- Lazy River (3.5 ft deep)
- Hot Tub (102º F)
- Steam Rooms
- East: 112º F
- West: 105º F
All pools are chlorine and UV sanitized