Swimming in Cleveland


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  • Cleveland YMCA
    The multiple YMCA locations in metropolitan Chattanooga serve more than 37,000 members a year and fulfill the mission of uniting guests regardless of gender, age, faith, background, abilities, or income. Founded in London in 1844, the YMCA spread to its Chattanooga home in 1871 and continues to operate with help from local community volunteers as stalwart as I Love Lucy syndicators. Each location caters to the needs of children, teens, seniors, and families with afterschool programs and fitness-based activities. Cardio machines pump hearts, racquetball courts host fun competitions, and pools allow goggles to fulfill their original purpose: snapping the face with their elastic band to make a diver jump off the blocks faster. A sauna and steam room heat clients up after they cool down in the pools, and parents can drop their young children off at the nursery before participating in group fitness classes.
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    220 Urbane Road Northeast
    Cleveland, TN US
  • Leisure Time Dive & Ski Center
    Leisure Time Dive & Ski Center helps adventurists plunge to new depths and soar down mountainsides at supersonic speeds. The facility stocks an extensive supply of scuba gear and skiing equipment, and makes items from both departments available to purchase or rent. Divers wanting to improve their craft can participate in a variety of different educational lessons, from a rescue diver course to the open-water training classes needed for PADI certification. Leisure Time also doubles as a full-service travel agency, and assists clients in planning exotic scuba diving and skiing vacations.
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    3520 Brainerd Rd.
    Chattanooga, TN US
  • Choochoo Diving and Aquatic Center
    Whether, certifying scuba divers or teaching kids how to swim, Choo Choo Diving and Aquatic Center's small class sizes ensure students get the most out of their courses. Inexperienced divers enroll in the discover scuba class, and more advanced divers can get certifications to become open-water instructors. Meanwhile, at the swim school, kids as young as 6 months old splash in the pool with their parents, whereas older children are separated by age and experience level.
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    3739 Powers Ct
    Chattanooga, TN US
  • Fort Mountain State Park
    The hiking trails wind through hardwood forests and blueberry thickets. You can see rolling mountain vistas and crystalline lakes or explore a stone fire tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Fort Mountain State Park plunges visitors into the best parts of nature with everything from canoe rentals and wagon rides to 14-miles of hiking trails and geocaching. One of the park's most mysterious sites is an 855-foot-long wall that stands on the highest point of the mountain. Admire this ancient fortification and imagine whether Native Americans built it for religious ceremonies, defensive purposes, or wall-ball tournaments. If you can't squeeze your visit into just one day, stay the night at one of the park's tent or RV camping sites and cottages.
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    181 Fort Mountain Park Rd.
    Chatsworth, GA US
  • Callier Springs Country Club
    Golfers familiar with Callier Springs Country Club’s 9-hole course may have noticed something peculiar about the course’s water hazards: even during severe droughts, their water level hardly changes. That’s because—true to the club’s name—the waterways are fed by a system of active springs so plentiful that they once fueled the clubhouse, pool, 30 area homes, and too many toasters to count. Originally built in 1939, the course—which measures 3,146 yards from the farthest tees—was once a grassy lure for celebrity duffers such as Dean Martin and Andy Williams. Golfers can walk in their rarefied footsteps as they attempt to keep their orbs and golf carts from straying into the course’s meddlesome waterways.
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    2653 Callier Springs Rd.
    Rome, GA US
  • Cartersville Parks & Recreations
    The Cartersville Parks and Recreation Department's summer pool passes inspire aquanauts to swim, splash, and celebrate the sunny season. Swimmers share splash space in Dellinger Park's Olympic-size pool (open from May 21 through September 5 and closed Wednesdays), which provides ample room for to-scale reenactments of favorite Spanish Armada battles. A diving well eases flying leaps, and a leisurely stroll through the shallows of the wading pool allows enough time to contemplate snack selections at the concession stand.
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    135 Aubrey Street
    Cartersville, GA US

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