K2 Crawley has some superb swimming facilities, suitable for both serious swimmers and the whole family to enjoy!
K2 Crawley has some superb swimming facilities that the whole family can enjoy! Our leisure pool includes two water slides, a water bucket feature, and a 0.9m leisure/learner pool. Whether you just want to have fun splashing around, or to practise swim technique our pool provides you with the perfect way to cool down on hot days or to escape the traditional English rain!
Both our 25/50m pools provide the opportunity for you to unwind after a busy day with a relaxing swim, or to clock up the lengths in the lanes. Looking for a club to train with? Click here for details.
Our diving pit has boards ranging from 1m springboards up to the 5m platform. Our 4m pool depth allows you to test your your diving skills, and have fun with your friends. But are you brave enough for the 5m board?
Develop / improve your swimming technique and learn new skills & strokes. We have a variety of structured lessons for all ages and abilities from 3 months to adult. These can be in a group or one to one. Click here to find out more.
Becoming a Lifeguard is a great way to get into leisure, and through the Freedom Leisure NPLQ courses held at K2 Crawley, you will learn the principles of pool lifeguarding, CPR, First aid, and rescue techniques. Courses are open to anyone over 16 years that is confident in the water. Click here to find out more.
Are there any time restrictions?
At busy times a band system will be put into operation to limit session to two hours.
Do children need to be accompanied?
All children under 8 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. An adult may only take responsibility for a maximum of two children.
Leisure Pool Admission Policy
One child aged under 2 & one child aged over 2 requires - 1 adult : 2 children
One child under 2 years requires - 1 adult : 1 child or 2 adults : 2 children
Children aged 3-7 years require - 1 adult : 2 children
Main Pool Admission Policy
Children aged 2 and under requires - 1 adult : 1 child
Children aged 3-7 years requires - 1 adult : 2 children
Children aged 8 years and over may swim unaccompanied. However, adults should only permit this if they are satisfied that their child is able to manage being in the water on their own. They should also take into account the childs swimming ability and general confidence, before allowing them to swim unaccompanied.
A competent adult is deemed to be anyone over the age of 16 who is taking responsibility for the child.