McCollum Park Outdoor Pool Now Open For Summer

June 22, 2013



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Snohomish County Parks have opened the outdoor pool at McCollum Park on 128th Street just south of Everett. Swimming lessons begin on Monday.

The popular outdoor pool at McCollum Park has been serving Snohomish County since 1970 and has taught more than 80,000 people how to swim. The pool with a water slide offers swimming lessons, pool rentals, open swims and a summer league swim team through Sept. 3. It is considered to be one of the most affordable aquatics programs in the region.

The complete pool schedule is available for download at

“Our goal is for swimming to become a lifetime recreational activity for your family,” said Parks Director Tom Teigen. “We want our community to develop the skills for water safety and the ability to swim for fun and fitness.”

The very customized learn-to-swim lesson program includes progressive aqua-tot, preschool and youth classes. Designed to be the most progressive program possible, it is built on components of various curriculum as well as more than 40 years of cumulative knowledge and experience among the staff at McCollum Pool.

Register online for swim lessons at


The Craze Summer Swim League provides a safe, recreational and competitive experience for area swimmers ages 7-18. Participating teams include the cities of Kirkland, Edmonds, Shoreline, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace and Everett. Practices are Monday-Thursday with meets on Fridays or Saturdays.


For more information regarding the 2013 McCollum Pool Program, contact Recreation Supervisor Tony Trofimczuk at 425-388-6604 or or call the pool at 425-357-6036.


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