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New Aquatic Programs Now Registering at Bournedale Function Facility


Bournedale Function Facility is currently holding open registration for their new acquatic programs.  Rolling registration is open to the public, all programs are held at Bournedale’s expansive campus at 110 Valley Road, Plymouth.

 

Bournedale’s new indoor heated pool facility also offers an 8-person Jacuzzi, men’s and women’s restrooms, changing rooms and showers, and a vaulted ceiling with two walls of glass sliding doors overlooking the grounds and  picturesque Great Herring Pond.  The structure is also located adjacent to the campus’ indoor gym, tennis and basketball courts and athletic fields, which can be utilized in tandem to the pool facilities.  To complement these offerings, a neighboring building has been renovated to accommodate the addition of yoga classes, massage services and therapy programs.

 

Program Descriptions:

 

Scuba Diving Classes

Scuba Instructor: Bob Peck

Tuesdays 6:30 to 8:30 pm, group class of 3 to 8 students

Expert American Red Cross certified instructor offers 6 classes, 12 hours total class time to become certified in scuba diving.  Each class is 2 hours, 1 hour instruction, 1 hour in water.  Final exam scheduled post-class completion.

 

Swimming Lessons

In affiliation with Camp Clark YMCA

30 minutes classes at 4:00, 4:30, 5:00 and 5:30 on weekdays.

American Red Cross certified swimming and water safety instructor offers individual and group lessons, for ages 7 and up, beginner to advanced swimmers.

To register for swimming lessons, please contact Camp Clark YMCA’s Adam King at 508-888-2290

 

Open Swim

Available when pool not in use, weekdays 8 am to 3 pm by phone in reservation.

Swimming, hot tub, showers, locker rooms included.  Towel rentals available.

Day passes and monthly memberships available. 

To check availability or make a reservation, please call 508-888-2634

 

Group/Special Event Pool Rental

Customized arrangements available by reservation for family, business and organization events.

 

Additional programs are currently being developed.  Birthday parties and staycation packages are also available by reservation.  For detailed information about pricing, schedules and more, visit www.capefunctions.com, call 508-888-2634, or follow The Bournedale Function Facility on Facebook.

 

About Camp Bournedale and Bournedale Function Facility

Camp Bournedale is the premier boy’s summer camp celebrating 76 years as the ultimate camping experience with a commitment to excellence. Founded by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gerson, the family-owned tradition continues through their son, Director Arnie Gerson.  Accommodating just 140 boys from ages 7 to 16, Camp Bournedale is located on beautiful Great Herring Pond.  Summer camp incorporates structured sports, activity programs and free play in a safe, enthusiastic atmosphere.  Renowned for superb athletic instruction and facilities, the property boasts seven tennis courts, two ball fields, and two outdoor basketball courts, all lighted for night play. Outstanding training clinics are held in tennis, golf, soccer, and basketball.  An exciting water sports program includes swimming tubing, waterskiing, knee boarding, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, giant water trampoline and scuba diving instruction.  Facilities include modern cabins staffed by trained counselors.  Camp Bournedale is also home to the Bournedale Function Facility, the ideal Massachusetts coastal region destination for weddings, corporate outings, business and political events, holiday and private parties and retreats. Camp Bournedale is located at 110 Valley Road, Plymouth, 508-888-2634.  For more information, follow us on Facebook or visit www.campbournedale.com .




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