Aquatics Programming encourages participation by everyone in the community through opportunities to enjoy water-related activities that promote safe swimming, water safety, healthy competition, sportsmanship and fun. All three pools are well maintained, operated by highly trained staff and are open to the public for a minimal charge.

Pool Closure!


Starting January 9, 2016, Dwight H. Hunter (Northeast) Pool will be closed for a period of approximately 6 weeks to repair the vinyl liner. Updates on the status of this repair/replacement project will be posted on the city’s website. For additional information, or for any questions or comments, please contact Recreation Supervisor Jeff Moffitt at (352) 393-8732, or email at

We want your feedback!

The Recreation Division of the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department is seeking input from adult lap swimmers regarding the potential development of an on-going series of practices that would be focused on technique and stroke drills. All practices would be led by local swim coach, Rob Ramirez, and would be held at the Dwight H. Hunter (Northeast) Pool.