Swimming Pool

The swimming pool is open seasonaly, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, each year and is a great place to beat the summer heat with a beautiful view of the Wasatch Mountains in the background.  Food service is available at the pool through our Snack Bar. 
 

Pool Hours - Starting August 23, 2022 - September 4, 2022

Monday 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Wednesday 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Thursday 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Labor Day - Monday, September 5 - 11 am - 8 pm
Pool closes for the season on Labor Day

LAP SWIMMING

5:30 am - 8:30 am
No Lifeguard on duty
Contact business office for access

 

POOL PASS INFORMATION

Pool passes are REQUIRED for all who enter the pool gate! Please be respectful to the lifeguards who are enforcing this club rule.

Pool pass forms can be picked up at the business office or downloaded using the links below.

Pool Pass Form - Electronic                  Pool Pass Form - Fill Out By Hand

These forms must be signed by the member. Forms that have not been signed by the member or their spouse will not be processed. Only members children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and son/daughter in law’s are eligible for pool passes. Pool pass cards are required for entry into the pool. Neighbors, friends and other family members not listed above do not qualify for an annual pool pass. Oakridge is not responsible for monitoring Snack Bar charges. Please get your pool pass sheets turned in early so you can start using the pool as soon as it opens!
 

Annual Pool Pass Rates

Free—Member & Spouse
$25—Dependent Children
$50—Non Dependent Children
$50—Son-in-Law/Daughter-in-Law
$50—Grandchildren/
Great-Grandchildren
 

DAILY GUEST FEE

$10 per guest.
Guests are welcome at the pool, but must be accompanied by pool pass holder. All guest fees will be charged to the member account. No cash will be accepted at the pool.
 

POOL PRECAUTIONS

To help prevent the spread of cryptosporidiosis, public health officials are asking for swimmer’s cooperation. All swimmers are asked to practice the following healthy swimming behaviors:
  • Do not swim if you have diarrhea - wait 2 weeks after diarrhea stops before pool use.
  • Take a shower with soap & water before swimming.
  • Do not swallow pool water or put water in mouth.
  • Wash your hands with soap & water after using the bathroom or changing a diaper.
  • Take regular bathroom breaks in between swimming.
  • Change diapers often and wash your child’s bottom with soap and water afterword. Do not change at the poolside.

ABSOLUTELY NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES ALLOWED!!!

Inclement Weather

The swimming pool is open weather permitting.  If there is lightening or the temperature is at 65°F or below according to the national weather service (www.weather.com) the pool will be closed.
 

Private Swimming Lessons

Call 801-451-2229 to put your children’s name on the list for private swim lessons.

One-on-one instruction is invaluable for everyone from brand new swimmers to experienced swimmers looking to fine-tune their strokes. Oakridge Country Club offers private 30 minute swim sessions with experienced teachers who specialize in a variety of teach-
ing methods. If you are interested in private lessons, call the front office with your name, age, and brief description of your swimming goals. You will be paired with a swim instructor who will contact you to create a schedule for the summer that works best for you.

Lessons can be done several days in a row (which is recommended for beginner-level swimmers) or spaced through out the summer. We are excited to work with you!
 

Private Lessons

30 Minutes
Member - $13/lesson
Non-Memb. - $17/lesson
 

Semi Private Lessons

45 Minutes
Member - $20/child/lesson
Non-Memb. - $24/child/lesson
 

Group Swimming Lesson Sessions

Session 1: June 6 - 10
Session 2: June 13-17
Session 3: June 20 - 24
Session 4: June 27 - July 1

Members $50
(May sign up 2 weeks before session starts)
Non-Members $60 (May sign up 1 week before session starts)

Monday—Friday
(5 classes, 45 minutes each)
 

GROUP SWIMMING LESSONS SCHEDULE BY LEVEL

9:00am - Levels: 4, 5, 6
10:00am - Levels: 2, 3
11:00am - Levels: 1, 2, 7
 

Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills

No Prerequisites
Objective: help students feel comfortable in the water & enjoy the water safely
• Develop elementary aquatic skills
• Develop good attitudes & safe practices around the water
• Explore movement in the water
• Ensuring the student that the water is fun & safe
 

Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Must feel comfortable in the water
Objective: give students success with fundamental skills
• Learn to float without support & to recover to a standing position
• Marks the beginning of true locomotion skills
• Explore simultaneous & alternating arm & leg actions on the front & back to lay the foundation for future strokes
 

Level 3 - Stroke Development

Must be able to float without support & have basic locomotion skills (know basics of how to use arms & legs used for front & back strokes)
Objective: build on to the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice
• Learn how to coordinate arms & legs for the front/back crawl as well as elementary backstroke, sidestroke, & breaststroke
• Introduce elements of the butterfly
• Learn fundamentals of treading water
• Learn rules for head-first entries
• Begin to learn to enter the water headfirst from the side of the pool
 

Level 4 - Stroke Improvement

Must have an idea of movement for all strokes, especially front & back crawl
Objective: develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far & to improve other aquatic skills
• Improve their skills & increase their endurance by swimming familiar strokes (front/back crawl) for greater distances
• Continue to build on the butterfly, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, & breaststroke
• Learn basics of wall turning


Level 5 - Stroke Refinement

Must have endurance to swim across pool & feel confident in basic strokes
Objective: coordination & refinement of strokes
• Refine their performance of all the strokes (front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, & breaststroke)
• Increase their distances
• Flip turns on front & back are introduced


Level 6 - Swimming & Skill Proficiency

Must be able to swim all strokes & swim at least 500 meters nonstop (10 laps there & back across the pool)
Objective: refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power, & smoothness over greater distances
• Introduction of other aquatic activities
• Help in preparation for things such as competitive swimming or diving
• Customized to meet the objective of the participant
• Usually taught to help promote competition or to help students achieve a higher level of fitness
• Can be repeated to focus on different goals each time (such as prerequisites for life-guarding, swim in-
structor, or merit badges)


Level 7 - Diving Adventure

Must have successfully completed level 4— Please bring a tee shirt to each class.
Objective: introduction to diving
• forward and back dives
• forward and back flips