Features a gymnasium, indoor track, cardio exercise and free weight rooms, aerobics, indoor cycling, childcare, game room, a 28-foot rock climbing wall and a community room for rent. The Chesterfield Indoor Aquatics Center offers a zero-depth entry, a 100-foot water slide, resistance walk, whirlpool, and child’s play area. A variety of memberships and day passes are available.
The Springfield-Greene County Health Department has confirmed a case of Cryptosporidiosis in an individual who swam in the Chesterfield Family Center Aquatic Center. Following the Health Department's recommendations, Chesterfield's Aquatic Center was closed Jan. 13-16 for hyperchlorination. The Health Department inspected the pools Tuesday, Jan. 17, and the Aquatic Center is now open for swimming.
If you swam in the Chesterfield pool Jan. 4-13 and if you have symptoms including watery diarrhea, vomiting and/or fever, please contact your health care provider.
Individuals experiencing diarrhea are generally asked to wait 24 hours before swimming in any public pool. Individuals testing positive for Cryptosporidiosis may not swim for two weeks until symptoms disappear.
For more information about Cryptosporidiosis, contact the Springfield-Greene County Health Department at 417-864-1658 or visit the Centers for Disease Control website at CDC.gov.