Summer Swim Camps in Sierra Madre

Building Swimming Skills All Summer Long

If you are a parent looking for fun activities that your child can participate in this summer, you will want to consider our Summer Swim Camps in Sierra Madre.

We have structured these weekly camps to improve swimming techniques of the four competitive strokes. Our qualified team of instructors will work with each student to further develop their swimming skills while focusing on breathing, speed, dives, and turns. 

Swimmers will also have the opportunity to spend the last 30-45 minutes of each day playing with our fun pool toys and rafts. We provide all students with a snack and juice during the day as well.

These camps are held in our heated, outdoor pool.

Sierra Madre Summer Swim Camp Dates

Session 5
June 29 - July 3

(5-day camp)
NEW Session Added!
Session 12

June 29 - July 3

(5-day camp)
Session 6
July 6 - 10

(5-day camp)
Session 7
July 13 - 17

(5-day camp)
Session 8
July 20 - 24

(5-day camp)
Session 9
July 27 - 31

(5-day camp)
Session 10
August 3 - 7

(5-day camp)
Session 11
August 10 - 14

(5-day camp)

Camp Times
Morning Sessions: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Afternoon Sessions: 12:00pm - 3:00pm

$265 per 5-day session
*$30 late fee may be applied for registrations made within 3 days of the session start date. 
Discount Offers
10% discount for siblings
Register for 3 sessions: $75 discount
Register for 6 sessions: $200 discount

Swim Camp Instructor: Ricardo

Ricardo started swimming at the age of 7 and joined the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center swim team less than a year later. From the ages of 9 to 11 he swam with multiple All Star and Junior Olympic teams. He played varsity water polo, soccer, and swimming for both Cathedral Catholic High School and Pasadena High School. As a three-time captain for the swim team and two-time MVP, Ricardo was able to compete in league and state finals the last three years of high school.

He continued playing all three sports at Pasadena City College where he graduated with his AA degree for General Education. He swam for one year at Cal State Northridge where he studied Communications and Sports Journalism. He recently married his wife and is a father to two boys (1 and 5 years old). Ricardo has experience coaching both swimming and water polo at varying levels. He loves sports, music, art, photography, and, of course, the spirit of competition.

Ricardo is blingual - Spanish.  

Children ages 5-14 years old
Must be able to swim 2 lengths across a 25 yard pool unassisted
A swim test is recommended for swimmers who are new to Waterworks Aquatics. Please see the front office to receive a swim test.
What to bring
change of clothes
bathing suit
swim goggles
foot protection (sandals, etc…)

Safety Measures
NOTE: For a full list of our safety measures click here.

  • Facemasks are required to be worn by all customers and Waterworks team members when approaching the facility, while in the facility, and when exiting.
  • Touch-free temperature scans will be conducted on our team members and swim families upon arrival. Temperatures at or in excess of 100.3 degrees will not be allowed entry.
  • We will have a limit of 16 children per camp, separated into two lanes.
  • Swim camp participants will not be mixed with other students in our facility or swim lesson program.
  • The same swim camp group will be together for the extent of the one-week camp.
  • Students are encouraged to arrive and leave the swim facility wearing their swimsuit.
  • Each swimmer who brings a water bottle, must have it labeled with their name and filled at home.
  • Swimmers will have a designated area to store their towels and water bottles.