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Prince Georges County Sportsplex

Landover, MD

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The Prince Georges County Sportsplex & Learning Center serves as a regional mixed-use facility, with a field house, an aquatic center, a gymnastics facility, and a fitness center.

This complex was featured in Athletic Business magazine in June 2001.

Best of Aquatics Award

Aquatics International

2010

Pool Type

Indoor 50 Meter

Competitive Venue

Project Type

Parks and Recreation

Competitive Venue

Project Service

Design Services

Status

Completed 2000

Architect

Moody Nolan

Project Amenities

The project was part of a mix of publicly and privately owned and operated facilities on site. The aquatics program includes an indoor 50-meter by 25-yard pool for high school practices, meets, recreational swimming and water polo games, as well as a movable floor for water aerobics classes. At the deep end there are three spring boards — two 1-meter diving boards and one 3-meter board. The pool is equipped to hold National and International swim meets with seating for 1,500 spectators. There is a separate leisure pool with a slide, a spa, a zero beach entry, a lazy river and spray features.

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