Swim Lessons & Aquatics

Aqua Adventure - Outdoor Swim Lessons
The new Aqua Adventure Waterpark offers swim lessons for infants through teens at all different skill levels. Classes are held outside in the heated pools.

Class registration is available online at RegeRec. Click on Swimming in the left hand column.

Aqua Adventure Water Park
40500 Paseo Padre Pkwy.
Fremont, CA 94538

American Swim Academy - Indoor Swim Lessons
The City of Fremont contracts with the American Swim Academy to offer swim lessons for all ages. The Academy was established in 1973 by the Alberti family, who pride themselves in providing high-quality, indoor swim instruction with unsurpassed customer service. All of the American Swim Academy's instructors are hand-picked for their love of children, then formally trained to provide consistent quality instruction.

Class registration is available online at RegeRec. Click on Swimming in the left hand column.
For additional information, please contact Matt at Email.

There are two facilities that are designed for a safe and comfortable learning environment. Both indoor pools maintain a water temperature of 92 degrees, calming even the most timid student.

42400 Blacow Rd.
Fremont, CA 94539-5602
37400 Cedar Blvd.
Newark, CA 94560-4162


Age Group

Class Size


Tots 1-3 years Seven maximum per class Combines safety and water adaptation. Parent must be in water with child. Students who are not toilet trained must wear swim diaper.
Pre-School 3-4 years Four maximum per class Heavy emphasis on water safety. Incorporates games and positive reinforcement to introduce proper form instruction.
Kids 5-9 years Four maximum per class Offer four levels of this class, ranging from first time in the water to perfecting the front crawl stroke. All steps are broken down for easy learning.
Youth 10-14 years Four maximum per class Grouped primarily by age, this class allows youth to progress individually.
Adults 15 years and up Four maximum per class Class is small, personal, and self-paced. Meets the individual need of every adult, ranging from those who have a life-long fear, to students wanting to perfect their stroke.