Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center – The Splash Zone!
Cool off this summer by visiting this award-winning facility and enjoy modern amenities!
Some amenities include:
- 174-foot tube slide
- 133-foot body slide
- Pool depths ranging from zero-depth entry to a 12.5-foot diving well
- One-meter diving board
- Aquatic climbing wall
- Padded tot frog slide
- Eight competitive/fitness swimming lanes
- Interactive water-spray play equipment
- Wet sand play area
- Sand volleyball courts with lights
- Men’s and women’s bathhouses and family changing rooms
Sunbathers can enjoy large grassy areas, lounge chairs and beach chairs throughout the facility. For those who prefer to avoid the direct sun, there are five giant Funbrellas, which shade a 20-foot diameter.
Full concessions feature items such as pretzels, hot dogs, pizza slices, chips, ice cream and beverages, along with a variety of candies. The concession area also provides shaded chairs and tables.
The Aquatic Center offers a variety of program opportunities such as lap swimming, water fitness and junior lifeguard training. In addition, STAC administers a Learn to Swim Program, which offers classes for all ages and skill levels. For those who enjoy a little competition, STAC also offers co-ed sand volleyball league for adults.
Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center
400 S. Heincke Road
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342
Season Pass & Daily Admission Rates
Resident discounts are available on all admission options
People who reside, own property or work at a business within the Miamisburg City limits and people who reside in Miami Township are considered “residents” for registration and fee purposes. These people are eligible to receive discounts. Patrons claiming resident status will be expected to provide one of the following when registering:
- Valid driver’s license with current address
- Paycheck stub showing Miamisburg tax base with a photo ID
- Copy of property tax statement with a photo ID
Failure to provide adequate proof of residency will result in registrants being charged the general rate. Residents are encouraged to establish their account and verify residency prior to their first visit to the Aquatic Center.
June 16 – Swim Under the Stars: Pokemon | 7:00-10:00 p.m.
July 5 – Swim Under the Stars: Dinosaur | 7:00-10:00 p.m.
July 6 – Swim Under the Stars: Dinosaur Dig & Swim | 7:00-10:00 p.m.
July 14 – Swim Under the Stars: Lion King | 7:00-10:00 p.m.
July 14 – Swim Under the Stars: Lion King | 7:00-10:00 p.m.
July 25 – Christmas in July | 7:00-10:00 p.m.
August 4 – Swim Under the Stars: Paint | 7:00-10:00 p.m.
September 7 – Poochie Paddle | 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Swim Lessons and Programs
Swim Lesson Class Information
- There will be a brief orientation on the Concessions patio prior to the start of the first class. Please arrive at least 10 minutes early to attend.
- Classes begin promptly at the time they are scheduled. Please plan accordingly.
- Each participant will receive a certificate of completion which will indicate if the participant is recommended to enroll in the next level or should return to the current level.
- Classes are taught in a group setting. Maximum class numbers vary by session and class. For more information regarding class sizes for an individual class please contact the Aquatic Center at (937) 847-6565.
- In the event of inclement weather which leads to class cancellation, every effort will be made to re-schedule missed classes. Instructors will have information regarding make-up classes in the event of a cancellation.
- Make-up classes will be scheduled based on facility availability and may not be held at the regular day and time of the class session. Make-up classes will be held only for inclement weather; no make-up classes will be held for absences or personal situations.
- In the event that a make-up class cannot be held within a reasonable time frame, the facility manager may issue visit cards or household credits. Refunds will not be given.
Please notice the refund/cancellation policy on the registration form. We understand that situations arise causing conflicts with swim lesson schedules. Staff will do their best to transfer your registration to another session; however, this is not always possible due to popularity of certain sessions and levels. In special circumstances, a household credit worth the value of the swim lesson may be issued at the discretion of Recreation Programmer for future sessions.
Basic Objectives for Learn to Swim Classes
- Guppies (4 mos – 3 years): Makes water orientation safe and fun! This class will offer instruction on water exploration and basic water skills, such as bobbing, floating and gliding. One parent per child is required in the water during class sessions. Each class is 30 minutes from the start of each session.
- Minnows (3 – 5 years): Learn basic water skills! This class will offer introductory instruction on submerging, bobbing, floating, gliding, jumping in the water and beginning arm action.
- Tadpoles ( 5 – 7 years): Focus on beginning swimming skills! Students will build on basic water skills with the support of their instructor. They will learn gliding with kicks, front crawl, elementary backstroke, and water safety skills.
- Turtles (5 – 7 years): Success with swimming fundamentals! Students will expand learned skills to build confidence. Students will learn unsupported floating and gliding.
- Seahorses (5 – 8 years): Transition from shallow to deep water. Students will continue perfecting learned strokes in varying depths of water while emphasizing safety skills. Students will be introduced to diving and breaststroke.
- Dolphins (6 – 12 years): Increase distance and proficiency of strokes. Students will review previously learned strokes while increasing distance and proficiency. Scissor kick and sidestroke arm action will be introduced.
- Sting Rays (7 – 15 years): Build power and endurance while working on technical aspects of learned strokes! Students will review previous strokes with added emphasis on efficiency, underwater swimming, distance and water safety skills. Dolphin kick, butterfly and treading water will be introduced. Students will learn proper techniques to dive from the diving board and deck.
- Adult Beginner (18 years and older): Learn to swim at your own pace.
- Adaptive Lessons: These one-on-one swim lessons are for children with different physical or cognitive abilities. Instructors will work with parents to plan lesson objectives. Families should contact the facility manager to schedule individual lesson times.
- Private Swim Lessons (All Ages): Private swim lessons are designed to meet individual participant’s needs at his or her own level. Each instructor will provide 30 minutes of personalized instruction. No previous swimming experience is needed. The participant will be paired with an instructor based upon his or her current skill level and availability. Requests for a specific instructor are accepted. Once you register for a private swim lesson, the Aquatic Program Coordinator will contact you to schedule your class. Contact the Aquatic Center at (937) 847-6565, if you have questions.
Registration fee: $25/person/lesson
Other Programs include:
- Jr. Lifeguarding
- Scuba Diving
- Aqua Aerobics
Facility Rental Information
Private rentals of the facility are available to groups such as families, businesses, churches and community groups. The outdoor environment is a great location for any celebration or gathering. Renters can utilize the entire facility, including pool, volleyball courts, sand play area and large deck area perfect for games, dancing and more. For added entertainment the facility can accommodate DJs or recommend catering.
Concession stand available at request.
Friday – Sunday 7:oo p.m. | 2-3 hours
Book your facility rental now and create memories that will last a lifetime!
Open Swim Hours
May 25 – August 18:
Monday – Thursday Noon – 8:00 p.m.
Friday – Sunday Noon – 7:00 p.m.
August 19 – September 2:
Monday – Friday POOL CLOSED
Saturday & Sunday Noon – 7:00 p.m.
Labor Day Monday Noon – 7:00 p.m.
2019 STAC Early Closing Dates and Times
Tuesday, June 11 Closes at 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, June 20 Closes at 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, July 2 Closes at 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, July 30 Closes at 4:00 p.m.
Rules & Regulations
The following are not permitted in the facility
- Articles made wholly or partly of glass
- Chewing gum
- Selling, consuming, or possessing intoxicating beverages or drugs
- Coolers larger than 20″ x 20″
- Running, pushing, horseplay, profanity, spitting, etc.
- Throwing items that may cause injury
- Smoking and tobacco/nicotine products
- Public displays of affection
- Use of rollerblades, skates, skateboards, and bicycles, beyond the admissions booth
- All flotation devices must be Coast Guard approved except noodles and infant carriers
The Aquatic Center may close for the following reasons
- In the event of inclement weather, i.e. lightening, thunder, rain
- If the temperature drops below 65 degrees
- If there are twenty (20) people or less in the facility
- In order to maintain the health and safety of our guests, the Manager may close the pool and/or facility without advanced notice