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Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center, Moscow
(4.5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I was not only amazed by the price, but the fact that families could bring in food was significant. The slide area and kiddie area make this aqua park excellent for all ages. 
  • This Aquatics Center was well thought out. It is so user friendly. You can have parties too. The only draw back is that the water is very cool to cold because it isn't heated. 
  • This pool is a blast! A ton of fun options for the kids at a very affordable cost. Always love the last day, when the pool goes to the dog literally. The pool is open for all dogs as a fundraiser for ...  more »
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  • I am so furious at the horrible way we were treated at this so-called 'family' center. The life guards are more concerned with bossing parents around than actually just watching out for drowning people-which is their job. I have a two year old so my husband and I put her in little arm floaties and HELD her in the 2 feet deep water to get her accustomed to the feeling of wearing the arm wings and being in the water. One of the life guards, who was a teenager, came over and started telling me that my daughter couldn't wear the arm wings in the pool or we had to go get a life jacket. We removed her from the main pool and took her to a little slide where yet another life guard approached and informed us that she couldn't wear any flotation device on the slide. At that point, the original teen lifeguard came and joined the second lifeguard in correcting us. All this time, my daughter was crying because she was being kept out of the water and was getting cold. I asked why she couldn't go on the slide and was told that the kids could get stuck or that they could be in danger if the arm wings popped. I then asked how my two year old would be safer WITHOUT any flotation if I didn't have a life vest. I even went and spoke to a manager who flat out told me that according to their policy, children without flotation wings are SAFER than a baby in arms wings being held by TWO parents because if the wings popped she could drown, or she might think she could swim further than she could and get into deeper water if she was wearing arm wings which is absurd because we were holding her. I tried to reason and explain how kids are safer with the arm wings and the manager wanted to know why my toddler needed them if she was being held. Again, I explained we were getting her used to wearing them and furthermore, that is not the decision of anyone except a child's parents. There is no reason why a couple of overly bossy teens should decide how a parent should teach their child to swim!! This was NOT family-friendly and totally ruined our trip. Even when we agreed to try a life vest, it made things worse because it literally tipped our daughter face-first into the pool which is WAY more dangerous than just letting her wear the arm wings while she was held by her parents. The logic is pure stupidity and I'm so annoyed that I wasted my time and money at the Aquatics center.
  • We love this place!! Great all around reasonably priced fun!!
  • Great place for the family for summer.
  • If the first round of swimming lessons was this bad, I never would have signed her up for a second round of them! It's like they brought in all the newbies for this last 2 wk round. All the kids are just flailing around in the water. No class instructions are being used. This is pointless.
  • We as a family love this place, for four summers we have been going here.