Learn to Swim

The Town of Castle Rock’s Learn to Swim program strives to open the door to a lifetime of opportunities in and around water through progressive instruction in a group or private setting. Our program specializes in teaching all ages and ability levels from toddlers to adults.    

The Learn to Swim program has an opportunity for individuals of any ability.

Swimmers Splashing
Our group and private lesson program follows a progressive curriculum developed to ensure swimmers learn the skills and endurance needed to be safe and confidant in and around the water. 

With a maximum depth of 4 feet 6 inches, and temperature around 87 degrees, the Miller Activity Complex (MAC) Pool is an ideal location for swimmers to learn to be comfortable in the water.  

Are you an experienced swimmer? We also offer competitive swim teams, competitive diving, SCUBA classes, and American Red Cross Lifeguarding and safety classes.  
  1. Parent-Tot
  2. Preschool
  3. Youth

Parent-Tot

Level Ages Primary Objectives
1 6-24 months Parents help introduce children to water using circle-time songs, while learning basic body positioning and holding techniques to promote water comfort. One adult per child is required to be in the water.

Swim diapers or plastic pants are required.    
2 2-4 years Designed for toddlers who have advanced beyond Parent-Tot: 1, but are not ready to be in the water without a parent. Skills are similar to Parent-Tot: 1 and include parent and instructors both practicing skills with toddlers to help them adjust to swimming without a parent. One adult per child is required to be in the water. 

Swim diapers or plastic pants are required for children not potty-trained.  

Registration


Online registration is available.

Questions regarding your swimmer's current level and to register by phone, please call our Aquatics Specialist at 720-733-2283.