Swimming Pool

The Ft. Marcy Pool is a 25-yard pool open for lap, recreation, group, water aerobics, swim lessons and swim team workouts.  The pool is kept at a consistent temperature of 83-84 degrees.  


Fort Marcy's Pool is CLOSED until further notice.

Schedule Notes:

  • Lightning:  Anytime the immediate area is under a lightning watch, the pools and shower areas will be closed. All City pools must close in order to ensure the safety of the patrons.
  • Lap Swim Closures: Ft. Marcy Pool is temperarily Closed until further notice.
  • Other Closures: Swim teams may be scheduled periodically M-F and we may occasionally have private lane rentals on Saturdays.
  • Schedule Changes:  The City reserves the right to make schedule changes due to special events, pool maintenance, or unforeseen circumstances.



Children (0-10) - $1.50
Youth (11-17) - $3.00
Adults (18-59) - $5.00
Seniors 60+ - $3.00



Class Information
Beginning and advanced participants will enjoy the moderately paced classes which are set to music.  This type of workout invigorates, energizes, increases stamina, improves posture and tones muscles.

Verify times and dates of Water Aerobics classes on the Ft. Marcy Swimming Pool schedule above.

Water Aerobic Schedule
Tuesday & Thursday (Full Pool)    10:00am-11:00am

Water Aerobics w/ Marga (pay instructor)

Monday & Wednesday (1/2 Pool)  5:30pm- 6:30pm 

*Cancelled 3/2 and 3/9/20.

Aqua Zumba
Monday & Wednesday (1/2 Pool)  10am - 11am

Water Aerobics Fees
Adult Water Aerobics - $4.00/$35 10 punch
Senior Water Aerobics - $3.00/ $25 10 punch

For more information call (505) 955-2500 / 2501.



  • No glass containers
  • No alcohol
  • No smoking
  • Every pool user is required to take a soap shower before entering the pool.
  • Children 7 and under (in tot pool or main pool), must be accompanied by a parent in the water.
  • Pools and showers close during any lightning storm watches. No exceptions.
  • All pool users must wear proper attire; swimsuits, plastic pants, hair ties, etc. No cut-offs allowed.
  • Shower Regulations:
    Pursuant to State and Federal Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) regulations providing for health and hygiene in public pools, all swimmers must take a soap shower before entering the swimming pool. This regulation will be enforced by lifeguards on duty.