Swimming Laps

Pool Fees & Passes

Fee Charts 
Pool Fees & Passes
Group Reservations 
Special Accommodations
RCC Locker Room Etiquette

 

Patrons may return to the pool multiple times on the same day at no additional charge. To be eligible, daily-fee patrons must register to return prior to leaving the pool area.

All 20-visit passes purchased on or before December 31, 2011 expired on December 31, 2013. All passes purchased after December 31, 2011 expire two years from the date of purchase.


 Pool Fees & Passes

Daily Visit

   

Reston Resident/Employee*

Fairfax County Resident 

Non-resident of Fairfax County

Adult

$5

$10

$15

Youth and Senior

$3

$6

$9

20-Visit Pass

 

Reston Resident/Employee*

Fairfax County Resident 

Non-resident of Fairfax County

Adult 

$82

$164

$246

Youth and Senior

$50

$100

$150

12-Month Pool Pass

 

Reston Resident*

Fairfax County Resident 

Non-resident of Fairfax County

Adult

$476

$952

$1,428

Youth and Senior 

$243

$486

$729

 


Water Aerobics Fees

Water Aerobic Drop-in per Visit

   

Reston Resident*

Fairfax County Resident 

Non-resident of Fairfax County

Adult

$5.25

$10.50

$15.75

Youth and Senior

$3.25

$6.50

$9.75

Water Aerobic Pass for 20 Visits

 

Reston Resident*

Fairfax County Resident 

Non-resident of Fairfax County

Adult 

$90

$180

$270

Youth and Senior

$60

$120

$180

* Reston Resident/Employee rate applies for patrons who either reside or work within Small District 5.

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Pool Fees & Passes

Daily drop-in fees allow patrons the convenience of returning to the pool on the same day at no extra charge. To be eligible, daily-fee patrons must register to return before leaving the pool area. Please Note: A chaperone (age 16 or older) must accompany children under the age of 8.  All passes expire two years from date of purchase, with the exception of 12-month pool passes. Pool and Water Aerobics Fees are reviewed annually.

Initial passes must be purchased at an RCC Customer Service Desk. Existing passes may be renewed online through myRCC.

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Group Reservations

Groups larger than eight people seeking to use the pool must coordinate that use with the Aquatics Director at least 14 days in advance to ensure adequate lifeguard coverage. RCC reserves the right to deny the use of the pool to any group that fails to inform the Aquatics Department in advance of its intent to use the pool.

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Special Accommodations

If you require special accommodation, please do not hesitate to ask us. Where needs are unique, we will work with our patrons to accommodate them to the extent we are able and qualified. To request an alternative format and/or to inform us of your special need, please call us at 703-476-4500 or TTY 711.

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RCC Locker Room Etiquette

Locker rooms in RCC Terry L. Smith Aquatics Center are used by hundreds of people throughout the day. To ensure the health and safety of patrons, RCC has established these rules regarding our locker rooms:

  • Only water bottles may be carried into the locker rooms; no other food or drink is permitted.
  • No cell phones or other communications devices may be used in the locker rooms. Please use these in the lobby areas of RCC.
  • Patrons share the space in the locker rooms; please keep in mind that many others are using them when placing items on surfaces, benches, or other areas.
  • Personal belongings should not be left in any locker room area before or after use.
  • We greatly appreciate everyone's efforts to keep the locker room areas as clean and tidy as possible. The showers and sinks should be used quickly; we request that people refrain from shaving as it creates plumbing challenges. If you must shave, please clean up any hair that shaving leaves behind. We appreciate your attention to hair that is loosened from shampooing as well.
  • Children six years old and older must use the locker room appropriate to their gender. Please keep that mind when bringing children to the pool.
  • If you have arrived at RCC with mud or other debris on your shoes, we greatly appreciate your removing your shoes before walking in the locker room as those floors are wet and patrons in them are barefooted.

Following these considerations will make our locker rooms a more pleasant, healthy and safe experience for everyone. Thank you very much for your cooperation.

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