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Palm Bay Aquatic Center

Fun things to do with kids in Brevard county fl

Looking for a fun activity for kids in Brevard County? Take them to the Palm Bay Aquatic Center!

As the school year is quickly coming to an end and the hot summer days are soon approaching, many parents are frantically searching for “fun things to do with kids in Brevard County”. Well, I hear you loud and clear, because I am asking myself the same exact thing! Recently I visited the Palm Bay Aquatic Center and I am definitely adding this to my list of “fun things to do with kids in Brevard County”; it is the perfect summertime activity for the little ones in your family!

Things to do with kids in Brevard County

Palm Bay Aquatic Center, great idea for “things to do with kids in Brevard County”

The Palm Bay Aquatic Center is conveniently located right next to I-95, at the Brevard Community College Palm Bay Campus. The Palm Bay Aquatic Center has something for everyone, which is why it is such a great place for a family outing. For the youngest members of the family, there is a huge zero depth entry section of the pool with fun features such as a toddler-sized slide, water fountains, water sprays, and plenty of room to splash around and play. For older children, there is a really great twisty water slide (must be 42 inches tall and 70 pounds minimum to slide) as well as two 1-meter diving boards. For adults looking for some exercise, there are eight 25-yard lap lanes. The Palm Bay Aquatic Center offers plenty of poolside lounge chairs as well as picnic tables and lots of large umbrellas for shade. There is an onsite concession stand for food, drinks, and snacks.

Things to do in Brevard County, Palm Bay Aquatic Center

Lap lanes and diving boards… there is something for everyone at the Palm Bay Aquatic Center

The Palm Bay Aquatic Center opens at 11:00 am during the week, and 12:00 noon on weekends. They close at 4:30 pm on weekdays and 5:00 pm on weekends. On Wednesdays, they are only open from 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm. Hours are different for lap swimming, so if you would like to check out the schedule, click here: Palm Bay Aquatic Center Hours  Admission is $3.00 per person for ages 2 and older, and multi-visit passes are available for a discounted price. The Palm Bay Aquatic Center closes if there is thunder or lightning, so if you are unsure about the day’s weather, you might want to give them a call to make sure they are open: 321.952-2232.

The Palm Bay Aquatic Center is a great idea for “fun things to do with kids in Brevard County”; I highly recommend adding it to your “to do” list of summer activities. The whole family will enjoy a day of outdoor fun, while cooling off and beating the Florida summer heat!

Here are the details:

Palm Bay Aquatic Center: 420 Community College Parkway, Palm Bay, Florida 32909 / Phone: 321.952.2232 / Schedule and hours: Palm Bay Aquatic Center Hours 

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