Splash, Play, and Learn at Calvert’s Own Aquatic Center

Kimberly Bean
Kimberly Bean
Published on January 19, 2018

Who says you can’t swim all winter long?

At the Edward T. Hall Aquatic Center in Prince Frederick, the pool is open almost every day!

(Images via the Edward T. Hall Aquatic Center on Facebook.)

Operated by Calvert County, and aquatic center boasts a huge competitive pool with diving area, a playful leisure pool with slides and water buckets, a therapy pool, and a hot tub. Don’t want to go in the water? The center has a fitness room and a conference room for meetings.

You can even host a birthday party here!

The aquatic center opened in June 2010 and is named for county native Edward T. Hall, who served in the Maryland Senate from 1958 until his death in 1978. Hall also co-founded the county newspaper, the Calvert Recorder, in 1940.

The aquatic center is open just about every day, but check the website and Facebook page for current hours because they may vary based on current class schedules and staffing. The pools host courses and activities for all ages and abilities, including Red Cross Learn to Swim classes, water fitness, lifeguard training, and swim teams. The pools are compliant with the American with Disabilities Act.

Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for seniors age 60+ and kids age 3-17, $2 for infants age 1-2, and free for infants under age 1. Annual, seasonal, and 20-visit passes are available.

The Edward T. Hall is located at 130 Auto Drive in Prince Frederick. Learn more about the center here and on Facebook.


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