NPOA’S RECREATION CENTER
Tel: (530) 562-0320
8:00 am to 9:00 pm daily
7:00 am to 9:00 pm daily
- Adult Center:
A quite place for adults to relax on the sofas, read by the fireplace (if you didn’t bring a book just borrow one from our library), or watch TV. 18 and older (younger guest can enjoy the Teen Center).
- Fitness Center:
Aerobic equipment, weight machines and free-weights. Must be 18 or older to use the facilities (14-17 allowed with adult supervision). Saunas located in both men’s & women’s locker rooms.
- Main Pool, Lap Pool, Splash Pad & Kiddies Pool:
Our main pool and splash pad is open 9:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the summer, with 10 minute “potty breaks” from noon to 5 p.m. The lap pool, for adults only, is open at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. The kiddies pool is open 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. for children 6 years of age and younger, with adult supervision. All pools operate weather permitting. Children who are not potty trained are required to wear rubber pants, which are available for purchase at the Entry Desk.
- Massage Therapy:
1 hour, 1½ hour, 2 hour and Hot Stone massages available daily. Reservations may be made by stopping by or calling the Entry Desk, 562-0320.
- Outdoor Spas:
Open 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 26’ diameter Family Spa, 10’ x 15’ Twirl Spa (children may use when Family Spa is closed), covered Adult Spa (18 and older only). For health and safety reasons no one under 5 years of age allowed in spas.
- Swim Lessons:
Private & semi-private lessons taught daily, starting in late June. Reservations taken at the Entry Desk.
- Youth Center:
Video games, pool tables, ping pong, movie room, vending machines and much, much more. Fun for the entire family!
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Our Activities Calendar is filling up with lots of fun for the summertime. Daily, starting June 21st, the “Bear Hut” offers lots of fun arts and crafts activities, organized games, and tie-dye t-shirts (Kid & Adult sizes). Free nature hikes (10am) and firehouse tours (1pm-2pm) are conducted on Fridays – Sign up required).
An event returning for its fourth summer at the pool is the hourly “potty break”. Also known as “adult swim”, it is time to recognize the true benefit provided by this time away from the water. Lifeguards will be signaling this break once per hour for a period of ten minutes. Staff is asking for your help in seeing that your children make use of this time for the afore mentioned purpose. An “accident” in a pool or spa requires that the facility so affected to be closed for a 24-hour period. On a hot day, this constitutes a huge inconvenience for everyone wishing to use the facility. Please be considerate of everyone’s desire to use the pools, prevent “accidents”, have your young swimmers use the restroom each break.