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The facility is available to all users, regardless of residency, however, non-residents are required to pay a daily admission price or purchase a pass in order to use the facilities. In addition, some programs and events conducted by the department may only be open to residents of the city.
Unfortunately, we have a limited number of lockers for use in our facility. Therefore all items must be taken with you when you leave. For your security, we ask that you bring a lock or check one out at our front desk.
Yes, the pools are available to rent, but we are a public facility so rentals must be scheduled around public pool times (after 8 p.m. at the outdoor pool). See more information about the Bridgeton Crossing Family Aquatic Park.
No, you must bring your own towels.
Yes, lockers are available free of charge. For the indoor pool, you may bring your own lock or check one out at the front desk of the Bridgeton Community Center. For the Family Aquatic Park, you must have two quarters which will be returned when you return the key to the locker.
Anyone! Resident and non-resident rates are available. Please call 314-739-5599 to check pricing and availability at the Bridgeton Recreation Center.
No, the community center is an alcohol and tobacco-free facility.
The weight and cardio rooms are open to everyone 16 years of age or older. For safety reasons, no one under the age of 16 is allowed in these rooms.
The community center has:
Along with these physical amenities, the community center offers:
You must wear closed toe shoes and appropriate fitness related clothing, such as shorts, sweat pants, a T-shirt and tennis shoes. No jeans, belts, cutoffs or sandals are permitted.
Yes, we ask that you limit use of cardio equipment to 30 minutes during peak times.