What level are my kids?
Our SWIM CLASS information page provides detailed descriptions for each of our classes.
You can register for a class online by going to our ONLINE REGISTRATION PAGE
You can check class availability online by going to our registration page, and search for the specific class by name or class number. If a class is full, put yourself on the waitlist for no cost and then we will call you if a spot opens up.
Yes, you can request a teacher, however, we can not guarantee they will teach that specific class. We try to accommodate your request to the best of our ability. Talk to a pool manager and tell them the name or type of teacher you need 1-2 weeks prior to a session starting.
A. General: This policy applies to all District-sponsored activities and special instruction classes. Refunds are returned to the customer in the same manner that the original registration was paid, i.e., if you paid via credit card then the refund will be credited directly to your card; if you paid cash, your refund will be returned by mail within two (2) to four (4) weeks of request.
B. Cancellation by the Participants: A full refund will be granted if the District is notified at least one (1) working day prior to the start of the program activity. A refund will be granted on a pro rata basis if the District is notified prior to the second meeting of the activity. REFUNDS WILL NOT BE GRANTED AFTER THE SECOND MEETING. Refunds for medical reasons will be granted on a pro rata basis subject to written certification of such reasons by a physician. Refunds (less cancellation fee) will be granted to sports leagues and tournament teams prior to the final confirmation of team schedules. Refunds will not be granted after team schedules have been established. A $5 cancellation fee per person, per activity is assessed for each Aquatics class/program.
C. Cancellation by the District: A full refund will be made in the event an activity is cancelled by the District prior to the starting date. A partial refund will be made on a pro rata basis if the activity is cancelled prior to the conclusion of the program.
Please visit our HOURS & FEES page for information regarding hours.
Lap swimming is for customers who want to use the pool for exercise to swim back and forth and do laps. Recreational swimming is when the pool is open to the public; designated for families and children come to the pool to play and relax. We try to have two lanes available for lap swimming during rec swim times.
No, other classes and programs are being conducted or a lifeguard is not on duty.
No, we are only on their campus. We are run by Conejo Recreation and Park District.
Only if you are a student or staff member there. They have different operating hours than we do, check with them to see what their hours are.
No, CLU Students are $1 with a current student ID. CLU Staff/Faculty pay the regular $2 fee.
Yes, we are able to assist people who are handicapped with a lift device. Please let the staff know if you would like assistance with the lift.
Yes, you can have a party when the pool is open to the public (during recreational swim time) or a private party when the pool is closed to the public. The rates vary depending if you want a party when the pool is open to the public or have a private party. Also, the number of people attending the party affects the rate. Please visit our Pool Parties/Facility Reservations page for additional information.
We keep the water between 80°- 84°
It is chlorinated.
We are on California Lutheran University’s campus in the northwest corner of Mount Clef Blvd. and Olsen Road. We are the smaller of the two pools. From south of Thousand Oaks on the 101—Take the 23 and exit Olsen Road (follow the signs to CLU). Turn left onto Olsen Road, then turn right on Mount Clef Blvd. Turn left into the parking lot. From north of Thousand Oaks on the 101— Exit at Lynn Road and turn left. Lynn turns into Olsen Road (follow the signs to the University). Go under the bridge, turn left on Mount Clef Blvd, and then turn left into the parking lot.
During our peak season, Memorial Day thru Labor Day, there is a $2 admission fee at all pools. During the off season, there is no fee to enter the pool area.
Yes, we take MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover; there is a $10 minimum charge.
If he/she is not potty trained, yes. Swim diapers are available for purchase for $1 in the office should you forget to bring one.
No, please bring your own.
Yes, however, you need to provide your own lock if you want to lock your belongings.
7 years old.
Allowed: Noodles, swimsuits with a float built in, ring tubes; items must stay with
No, but there are vending machines with snacks and drinks available for purchase.
Yes, however, we do not allow glass or alcoholic beverages on deck.
Yes, ask a lifeguard when you come to the pool to assist you in finding any lost belongings.
Occasionally. If there is lightning or thunder, the pool will close immediately. If you are unsure, call the Aquatics Rain Line at 805-381-1237. If it is sprinkling, the pool will most likely remain open.
No, there is not enough room in the pool to accommodate lap swimmers during lessons.
Yes, as long as the pool is open to the public to swim at that time. You will need to pay the fee to use the pool for the time you are staying to swim and for the number of people who will be on deck.