Founded in 1953, the Richboro Swim Club has withstood the test of time and in 2022 has evolved into the area’s best summer family recreational facility.
Conveniently located on six acres off of Second Street Pike in the heart of Richboro, you will find a complete neighborhood center of seasonal fun.
The facility includes four (4) pools designed for different ages, preferences and aquatic interests and abilities. The pools include:
- Tot Pool with water spray and playhouse.
- Spray Pool with Water Jets, Umbrella Water Wall, Dump Bucket and other water play features.
- 90,000-gallon Heated Fun Pool with slides and more.
- Newly Heated Lap/Competitive/Diving Pool with high and low diving boards, 12-foot high “Drop” Slide, Aqua Climb Wall and more.
Out-of-water amenities include shuffleboard courts, game pavilion, a playground with newly surfaced basketball court with glass backboards, two pickleball courts, hopscotch and four-square courts, gaga pit, a giant swing set and new children’s playset.
The Club fields a 190-member swim and dive team that competes in the Lower Bucks Swim League and also offers an exceptional private and group swim and dive lesson program.
For the hungry and thirsty there is a complete professionally operated snack bar with an extensive menu of sandwiches, salads, pizza, ice cream and soft drinks.
For working parents needing to be in touch for business there is the convenience of property wide internet.
“We pride ourselves on being a summer facility operated by a family for families,” states Club President, Tom Yaegel.
Special events including family entertainment days and nights, a July 4th celebration, movie nights and family barbecue nights are held throughout the summer.
Richboro is a private club open to members and their guests only with a schedule which runs Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
For complete information visit RichboroSwimClub.com or call 215-357-9567.
Early registration is critical as membership fills in Spring.
PHOTO CAP: Richboro Swim Club’s four beautiful pools are situated on six acres of ground just off Second Street Pike in Richboro.