Magna Recreation Center
3270 South 8400 West, Magna UT 84044 • 385-468-1835
The Pool is not closed for the season! We will reopen Memorial Day Weekend 2014! Please check back in April for more information!
Out with Old and in with the NEW! Our outdoor pool was renovated in Spring 2013.
Step 1 - Gutter stones are removed.
Step 2 - Remove old tile (Bye, Bye, we will miss you)
New gutter stones waiting to be installed.
Step 3 - Remove old plaster and cement
New Gutter stones being installed.
Step 4 - Install new tile.
Step 5 - Put in new plaster.
This is a great way to make certain you get a great summer job at our pool! Check back for information on our next life guard class.
Do you want to help people learn how to swim? Become a swim lesson instructor and teach swim lessons at the Kennecott-Magna Outdoor Pool this summer. It's a fun and rewarding job. You do not need to be a lifeguard to be a swim instructor. Check back for information on our next class.
Bring the entire family to the outdoor pool. The pool has a zero-edge for toddlers, fun slides as well as diving boards. A interactive splash pad is adjacent to the pool and fun for all children! Check out our summer specials this year!
The pool is available to rent out for group activities, parties, reunions or other fun events.
You will enjoy the added fun of the splash pad adjacent to the pool. Developmentally appropriate toys create fun and excitement for all children and most adults!
Swim lessons for every level are offered throughout the summer. Swim lesson registration begins early in May and will be held at the Magna Fitness and Recreation Center. Salt Lake County is now offering Starfish Aquatic International swim lessons.
A recreational swim team is available for those who want to improve their swimming skills and have a little competition along the way.
Water aerobics classes will be offered this year. A summer water aerobics pass is required to attend. Purchase your summer water aerobics pass before June 4, 2013.
Please visit the attached link for more information from the Salt Lake Valley Health Department on information about crypto prevention: http://www.slvhealth.org/crypto/index.html
Cryptosporidiosis: Caused by a parasite in an infected person's stool, its symptoms often include stomach cramps or diarrhea. It can be transmitted through contact with contaminated pools, streams or lakes.
To prevent crypto:
- Do not swallow the pool water.
- Take a cleansing shower before swimming.
- Wash your hands with soap after using the restroom.
- Wash your hands with soap after changing diapers.
- Change diapers in the restroom, not poolside.
- Make frequent bathroom stops and check diapers often.
- If you experience diarrhea, do not swim for 2 weeks after it stops.
Source: Utah Department of Health
Person with disabilities are welcome to participate in programs and classes. Reasonable accommodations will be provided upon request. To ensure availability, you are advised to make a request at least 72 hours prior to the program or class you wish to participate. For additional Adaptive programs, visit www.recreation.slco.org/adaptive
Person with disabilities are welcome to participate in programs and classes.
Reasonable accommodations will be provided upon request. To ensure availability, you are advised to make a request at least 72 hours prior to the program or class you wish to participate.
For additional Adaptive programs, visit www.recreation.slco.org/adaptive