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Compufish

Pasadena, MD

#42 Sep 29, 2009
$170.00 is for 30 people and includes the use of the party room and pool together for 2 hrs.

$100.00, you use a party room prior to the swimming for an hour, and then use the pool for an hour.

Or you can pay per child and get no party room, and have cake in the lounge area next to the lobby.

Compared to the cost of other types of parties, this still comes out to be the best price....and the kids love it too!
enigma

Severn, MD

#43 Oct 22, 2009
I visited with my kids once, after being harrassed for wanting to wear water shoes and not pick up foot fungus of others, and the whistles being blown constantly it was NOT a fun time for anyone. It was a waste of money and we haven't been back since. My daughter was too big for one slide but too small for the other as one lifeguard told us. Ridiculous!
Andy Geho

Baltimore, MD

#44 Apr 8, 2010
Ha I work at NAAC and we are blow our whistles cause some parents have no desency to correct your children. We are there to guard lives not to baby sit your children
Hailey

Crofton, MD

#45 Apr 9, 2010
May parents should READ THE RULES (omg they have rules?) posted before the bathrooms and in a panflit out front. Then the whistle wouldnt be blown at your child!
susan

Glen Burnie, MD

#46 May 31, 2010
I enjoy the water aerobics at NAAC and the instructors are GOOD but .... I have a close friend who could really benefit from the water classes due to her knee surgeries. However, she is unable to comfortably do the step or stepladder to exit the pool. I know the Annapolis pool has a graduated exit but the pool is too far away. Does anyone else have this problem?
Annomous

Annapolis, MD

#47 Aug 12, 2010
Alex wrote:
that is a great swimming pool but they put too muck clhorine in the water.
The chlorine is added by a presicly tweaked machine. Not by hand like at most pools. If anything i has the best choline consintration in the county.

I should know. I work there
Chris

Coraopolis, PA

#48 Nov 29, 2010
I have been working there for years and I have to say that it is just too "Dark". They should really fix the lighting.
buddhapug

Odenton, MD

#49 Dec 31, 2010
Anonymous wrote:
Apparently Glen Burnie is the rich part of the county now... Anyways, being a lifeguard, i tend to have more respect for those who are able to enforce rules in a responsible and customer friendly way than the way I have heard that they treat many of their patrons at that facility
Funny, I lived in Glen Burnie for a while...still looking for the rich men.
Concerned swimmer

Ellicott City, MD

#50 Jan 14, 2011
None wrote:
THw life gurads are there because they were trained to blow there wihisltes at kids who are doing things wrong. I should no Iwork there
Sweet mother of Mary, I sure hope you swim better then you spell...
RiceTwice

United States

#51 Jan 29, 2011
This place is awesome for kids and parents. Super cheap and clean. $4 for kids and $6 for adults. The shower stalls are clean. Be sure to check the hours. You are only allowed to use it for 2 hours, which is perfect for my kids. Yellow slide is fun and my kids love the vortex pool. There are plenty of lifeguards on duty. Didn't have any issues with whistles. Most are well behaved little elementary grade kids playing.
gbmom

Berlin, MD

#52 Feb 8, 2011
I have taken my kids there probably over a dozen times and have never had an issue with the life gaurds. They may be a bit strict but it keeps everyone safe. I stay with my kids when they are in the pool and don't let them venture out of my line of site. My seven year old has even been down the big slide without innsodent. The life gaurds are great and so is the price. 4 dollars for kids and 6 for adults each visit. You get a better rate when you buy a multi visit pass.

HAHAHA about the rich kids. Not sure if good old Glen Burnie can ever be considered "rich" but okay.
Sandy

Glen Burnie, MD

#53 Mar 1, 2011
I am surprised at the comments on whistle blowing by lifeguards. I've only been there a few times, but for a few hours at a time and have yet to hear a whistle blown. I was a lifeguard in my younger days and it can be a nerve racking job when a facility is filled with children, and unfortunately, I've had to learn that the most vocal parents who complain about a facility are the ones with children who have not been taught to respect others and their surroundings. Water may be fun to play in, but it must be respected. I love it there. It's a clean facility , well staffed with observant lifeguards for safety, and I enjoy every minute of it there!
Sara

Hanover, MD

#54 May 9, 2011
This place is fun for adults and kids. It is a hit or miss with the types of people you'll be swimming with. Every time I've been there have been more than a few "parents" totally ignoring their children and letting them do whatever they want, but that's just Glen Burnie for ya.... those are the kids that get the whistles blown and it's for good reason! I have 5 siblings from the ages of 8-12 and NONE of them have EVER had the whistle blown at them because they are taught by their parents to be respectful and follow the posted rules. And no, I don't work there. Also I've seen some babies in the pool that look way too young to be in there and are obviously not potty trained - this needs to be monitored more closely.
good swimmer

Glen Burnie, MD

#55 Jun 20, 2011
hey concerned swimmer screw you
Wang

United States

#56 Jun 22, 2011
Is it the water that makes all the people in Millersville retarded?
Mermaids mom

Halethorpe, MD

#57 Jul 12, 2011
My 11 yr old daughter and I have just been there earlier today. I will say, the thing I disliked the most was probably the decibel of nise. Between the loudness of kids "having fun" and the excessive repiticiousness of all the whistle blowing(I was glad when the 2 hours were FINALLY over). The whistles were blown like evey 10 seconds or so(and I don't believe it was ever at my child), but hw could you reallt tell? I mean there are 4 whistles and they're all blowing at the same time in virtually the same direction. So how do you know if it was your kid, or someone else's? Also, many children there didn't bother to watchwere they were swimming/wading because while I was trying to watch my daughter(while I was in the pool) several kids just swam right over me, into me, bumped me, etc. And of course these kids weren't taught any manners because the only person who said "excuse me, I'm sorry" was 1 adult. Yes, that would indicate that there were more than just one adult who bumped me and didn't use ettiquitte. The price I feel is RIDICULOUS! Cost me $10 for one adult, 1 child-for total time of ONLY 2 HOURS. Had I actually liked this place, I'd have been mad about the time limit. I can get myself and one child into the Westminster Municipal Pool in Carroll County for only $14-and we get to stay until the pool closes at 7:30 pm. It's not a waterpark, but they just updated their playground, have some fun game (kinda like HYPERDASH- but on a bigger scale.) They have food concession, and prices are reasonable there! I'd rather go to Westminster on a daily basis, i'd save this place for a "treat" for good grades, or for an "I'm Sorry" from parent to child. Definitely NOT worth the price or aggravation.
Sunshine

Glen Burnie, MD

#58 Feb 5, 2012
I took my niece and nephew here this past summer and they both really enjoyed it. One thing to be careful with is I noticed an older gentleman that just hangs out in one spot of the pool and watches the kids. I'm pretty sure he was a pedo. We stayed for an hour and he never moved from that spot. Parents... please watch your children and protect them from these monsters.
Becca

Pasadena, MD

#59 Jul 15, 2012
My husband, daughter, her friend and I had a good time for about 45 minutes swimming around, going down the slide and then relaxing in the spa. After that, it seemed to get wild. Most of the children there were unruly, not listening to the life quards and just disrespectful little jerks. It seemed like a public baltimore city pool. One lifequard told a kid he couldn't wear flip flops in the pool so he just rolled his eyes and swam away to a different portion of the pool.

I felt bad for the lifeguards. The atmosphere was that of small "gangs" everywhere, pushing, butting in line for the slide and blocking entry ways into the pool and spa. We left an hour after we arrived. I seen a few families leaving right before us. Although it seemed like it could be a nice place on the right day, today wasn't that day. The lifeguards should absolutely have the ability to put those poor mannered, disrespectful children in time out. They should also have signs for the poor mannered adults to prevent them from blocking ALL the entrances into the pool.

I still smell chlorine when I inhale through my nose and it's 4 hours post pool!
Rox

Morristown, NJ

#60 Aug 8, 2012
I've only been in for my son's swimming lessons. We tried several weeks ago to try open swim time on a Sunday, but the place was packed up. There was a waiting list. My son's lessons were great, the teacher was great and we had no problems. Open swim might be a whole different story. We'll try again sometime. But I'm definately signing both kids up for winter lessons. It was very loud and very hot for the parents. The kids were shivering in the pool and I was sweating to death waiting for them. But I think that lessons are essential to making sure that they're safe when they swim.
Naila

Crofton, MD

#61 Jan 2, 2015
How much is it to get in ??

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