Full Moon Paddle (ages 14+)

Full Moon Paddle  We’ll glide through basic skills before cutting our quiet paths across the water and into the hidden swamps and channels of the lake. All beneath the fascinating light and ghostly shadows of the setting sun and rising moon. We’ll have the stillness of the lake to ourselves but for the sounds of […]

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Learn to Kayak for Boomers 50+

Learn to Kayak for Boomers 50+ You have not had this kind of fun since you were a kid! We all know adventure and exploration are not just for teenagers, and here’s an activity to rekindle your youthful enthusiasm for many years to come! Kayaking is great for fitness or escaping the hustle and bustle […]

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Learn to Kayak Lake & Calm Waters (ages 14+)

Learn to Kayak Lake & Calm Waters “Seize the Day” and leave your worries and anxieties behind you! This small group class is the easiest way for anyone- really- ANYONE to try kayaking. Our stable kayaks and experienced instructors will show you how simple, safe and fun kayaking really is. Did you know that kids […]

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Lunchtime Lap Swim (ages 18+)

Lunchtime Lap Swim Looking for some refreshing exercise during your lunch hour? Then join us this summer at the Orangevale Pool for this hour long lap swim session. Kickboards and pull buoys are available to enhance your swim exercise. Lanes are not private and may be shared.

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Swim Lessons – Dolphin (ages 5-14)

Swim Lessons – Dolphin A class for swimmers who have learned the crawl, breast, side and elementary back strokes and diving techniques. Enrollees must be able to swim 25 yards using front and back crawl, and elementary back stoke. Skills taught: stoke refinement, increased endurance, butterfly stroke introduced, underwater swimming and turns.

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Swim Lessons – Frog (ages 2-3)

Swim Lessons – Frog Parents are assisted by an instructor on enabling their child to feel comfortable in the water, learn breath control, flutter kick and prone floats. This class is for children who are not ready to be in a class by themselves with an instructor and have completed Tadpoles. A parent must accompany […]

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Swim Lessons – Guppy (ages 3-5)

Swim Lessons – Guppy Teaches your child to feel comfortable in the water, learn breath control, flutter kick, underwater swimming, front float and combination arm and kick movements.

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Swim Lessons – Minnow (ages 3-5)

Swim Lessons – Minnow Preschoolers advance to back float, prone kick glide, side breathing, increased underwater exploration, enhanced arm and kick movements both on front and back.

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Swim Lessons – Otter (ages 5-7)

Swim Lessons – Otter Students need to feel comfortable in the water. Previous lessons not required for enrollment. Skills taught: hold breath for 3 seconds, submerging and retrieving objects from the bottom of the pool, float, glide, breathing, flutter kick, crawl stroke and turning over in water.

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Swim lessons – Seal (ages 5-14)

Swim lessons – Seal Enrollees have completed Otter, have had previous lessons, or can perform the skills listed under Otter. Skills taught: jumping into deep water, perfecting crawl stroke and back crawl, elementary back stroke kick and safety skills.

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Swim Lessons – Shark (ages 5-14)

Swim Lessons – Shark Enrollees who have passed Dolphin and are ready for advanced swim training. Must be able to swim 50 yards using front and back crawl, and 15 yards using side and breast strokes. Skills taught: polishing all strokes to improve efficiency, power, and ease over greater distances, front flip turn, pike and […]

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Swim Lessons – Stingray (ages 5-14)

Swim Lessons – Stingray Enrollees must swim 15 yards using front/back crawl stroke with correct breathing. Skills taught: front and back crawl, perfecting elementary back stroke, breast and side strokes, deep water bobbing, treading water, diving and safety skills.

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Swim Lessons – Tadpole (ages 6 mo-2 yrs)

Swim Lessons – Tadpole Parents, teach your child to feel more relaxed and comfortable in the water. Instructors teach basic skills emphasizing orientation and safety. Infants must be able to hold head up. A parent must accompany the child in the water.

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