Current Facility Hours

Sunday Noon–5:00pm
Monday-Friday 5:00am–8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am–5:00pm

Please Note: Pool hours may be adjusted during school holidays/breaks to accommodate the increased play feature usage and demands.

Leisure Swim Times

Beach Swim

Beach Swim is located only in the shallowest area of the Leisure Pool (also known as the beach area). Other programs are likely to be occurring in the main section of the Leisure Pool. This swim is intended for small children and their families. The slide and lazy river are not available during this swim time. Play features are not on during this swim time.

Mon, Wed, Fri Noon–1:00pm
Mon, Wed, Fri 4:00pm–6:30pm
Tue, Thu 11:00am–Noon


This is a time for children and families to practice their swimming skills or just have fun. The entire leisure pool is open; we alternate the lazy river and slide. Spray features are on continuously. Those wishing to swim in the deep water must pass a swim test (lifejackets may be used). All children 4 years of age and younger must be accompanied by a responsible person age 14 or older in the water at all time. You must be 48 inches tall to rise the slide.

Saturday & Sunday 1:00–4:00pm

Open Swim (Leisure Pool)

The Leisure Pool is open to anyone for recreational or fitness swimming during Open Swim. At this time you have the opportunity to play, water walk, exercise, socialize or just relax in our warm water pool. The Slide and Lazy River are not available during this time.

Monday, Wednesday 4:00pm–5:30pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 4:00pm–6:30pm

Work Out Swim Times

Lap Swim

This is an opportunity for swimmers to train and exercise in the lap pool. Lifeguards make every effort to manage the lad lanes and group swimmers according to ability and workout needs. Lanes are shared and circle swimming is required in lanes with 3 or more swimmers. There is not a minimum age requirement, but participants must be swimming laps. A minimum of 2 lanes are available for all lap swims times.

Mon, Wed, Fri 5:00am–7:00pm
Tuesday & Thursday 6:00am–6:30pm
Saturday 9:00am–4:00pm
Sunday Noon–4:00pm

Adult Swim (Leisure Pool)

Use the leisure pool the way you like: stretching, water exercise, light swimming, or relaxation. Space available varies depending on other programs. Play features are not turned on during this swim. This time is for adults (18+) only.

Monday–Friday 8:00am–9:00am
Mon, Wed, Fri 10:45am–Noon
Tuesday, Thursday Noon–1:00pm

Water Walking

The Lazy river is open during these times for water walking and jogging. The water jets are turned on to create a current that increases resistance for a great workout. This is an excellent time for low-impact exercising and injury rehabilitation this time is for adults (18+) only.

Daily Noon–1:00pm
Monday–Friday 8:00am–9:00am

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Last Updated: 01/01/16

—What’s Happening—

 We have Open Swim on Wednesday FBUSD early out days 1:15pm-3:15pm

Fitness Class Schedule January 1 – June 12 2016

C.V. Starr Community Center Dog Park is Re-Opened


Heard By the Pool

MCRPD Hires New District Administrator
[posted by Kathleen Fain on April 2nd, 2016]

Dan Keyes New MCRPD District Administrator

Dan Keyes New MCRPD District Administrator

Bill Hayes, Board Chair of the Mendocino Coast Recreation and Park District, is happy to announce that Danny Keyes has been hired as the MCRPD’s new District Administrator, effective Monday, April 4th. Danny will oversee all District operations and personnel, including the C. V. Starr Community Center, and will report to the MCRPD Board of Directors.
Danny was chosen from a highly qualified pool of candidates and was interviewed by panelists consisting of community leaders, professional administrators and the MCRPD Board. Having served in leadership roles in Recreation and Park districts for over 30 years, Danny brings expertise, enthusiasm and passion to the position. “I have been waiting for an opportunity like this for many years and am thrilled at the opportunities which lie ahead for the District,” Danny states. “My wife and I look forward to joining this extraordinary community”.
Danny has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education and Recreation and is a graduate of the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA) Aquatic Management and Revenue Management Schools. He is a Certified Life Guard and Water Safety Instructor Trainer and, in addition to his management roles in several Recreation and Park districts, he has performed leadership roles in youth coaching, the American Red Cross, dance and exercise instruction, Cub Scouts, volunteer firefighting and more.
MCRPD Board Chair Hayes comments, “The MCRPD Board and staff very much look forward to Danny’s leadership, experience and ideas which are certain to help bring the District to new heights. The Mendocino Coast is fortunate to have someone of Danny’s caliber assume this leadership position in our community and to help shape its future.”
Moving from a Lake Havasu, Arizona, Danny and his wife Jody like to spend their spare time Camping, kayaking and biking. Keyes says, “I am excited to gain a deeper understanding of the mission and goals of the District and its Board of Directors, and also to learn how the District can play a positive role in the Coast’s economy and overall quality of life. I have an open door policy and look forward to working with residents of the District, along with business, political and community leaders in helping the MCRPD be highly successful.”

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