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Indoor Pool

 

The whirl Pool repairs have began and will continue to be closed for construction. 

 

Swim year-round at the indoor pool, (located at the Mundelein Community Center.) Enjoy the 4-lane, 25-yard, competition-style swimming pool,  a whirl pool and sauna. Relax and enjoy the pool for lap swimming, aquatic-based fitness classes, competitive training, rehab, family swim, and more. Experienced swim instructors, who utilize the most current teaching and training, lead the comprehensive swim programs available for all ages and abilities. Private lessons, fitness memberships, or convenient daily fees available.

Address:
1401 N. Midlothian Rd
Mundelein, IL 60060

See our indoor pool schedule on the right

FAMILY SWIM AT THE INDOOR POOL.

Fridays 5-7 pm
Sundays 12-2 pm

Cost: Free for members (including children); nonmember: $4/person

All ages are welcome! No reservation is required. Face coverings are required upon entering the facility due to current CDC guidelines. Social distancing is strongly encouraged. Various toys and life jackets are available.

Please contact Erica DeLuca at 847.388.5437 or edeluca@mundeleinparks.org for questions.

To get full details on the status of a facility or program, click Rainout Line box below, and hover over the green, yellow or red symbol of the facility you want information about.

 

 

 


Indoor Pool covid-19 Guidelines:

Reservations are no longer required for Lap Swim. It is on a first-come, first-serve basis and patrons can expect to share lanes. One lane will be designated for water-walking and Rush Therapy patients only. The sauna has been reopened and the whirlpool is temporarily closed as we await a part for repair.

During this time we have the following changes to our operation:

  • No towel service available

 

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