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Rodale Aquatic Center
100 College Drive
Allentown, PA 18104-4471

Rodale Aquatic Center


Registration is open for lifeguard training classes:

Full Certification $350

Monday, March 9 5pm-9pm
Saturday, March 14 9am-4pm
Sunday, March 15 9am-4pm
Tuesday, March 17 5pm-9pm
Must attend all classes.

Review class to recertify $150

Saturday, March 21 9am-6pm

Reminder for large pool swim lessons:

Monday Level 5 5:00pm starts March 2
Tuesday Level 4 4:30pm starts March 3
Wednesday Level 4 3:30pm starts March 4
Thursday Level 4 4:30pm starts March 5

Sunday Level 4 11:00am No class March 29
Sunday Level 5 11:30am No class March 29
Sunday Level 4 12:30pm No class March 29
Sunday Level 5+ 1:00pm No class March 29

Starting Tuesday, September 3 FAST practices will be Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 5:30pm-7pm and Saturdays 12pm-1:30pm.

Family swim hours:
Friday 7-8:15pm
Saturday 1:30-2:45pm
Sunday 2-3:45p
One member of the family must be currently enrolled. $10 per visit for the immediate family.

Do you want to be notified when the pools close unexpectedly? Sign up for our RAC Alert System by clicking on the link to the left.

You may bring your own lock each time you visit our facility but it must be removed along with your belongings after each visit.

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at RodaleAquaticCenterFitness.

Facility Closings

Sunday, February 16

Mission Statement

The Rodale Aquatic Center at Cedar Crest College is dedicated to fostering civic health and wellness by providing educational opportunities to the larger community, both alone and in cooperation with other organizations that enhance the development of mind, body and spirit through a comprehensive array of aquatic classes, integrated with academic topics focused on healthy lifestyles.

Goals and Objectives

  • To provide educational aquatic opportunities for the Greater Lehigh Valley community linked to health and wellness.
  • To provide a significant contribution to economic development in the Lehigh Valley and enhance the region’s overall quality of life.
  • To collaborate with local and regional educational institutions and other public and private organizations to provide access to aquatic programs; to advance civic health; and to enhance health education in our region.