First Colony Aquatic Center

Project Type:
Community Recreation
Sugar Land, TX

First Colony Community Association celebrated the grand opening of the new First Colony Aquatic Center leisure pool on May 4, 2012. The new leisure pool was built to accommodate all community members with its multi-generational design. The new aquatic center is part of a greater park initiative which includes new volleyball courts, bocce ball courts, horseshoe pits, an expanded lakeside trail, two boardwalk areas, a lake overlook and an expanded parking lot. WTI served as the aquatic consultant to Clark Condon Associates.

Association members who visit the First Colony Aquatic Center are greeted by a large zero-depth area with water buckets and geysers. Those looking for some additional excitement can grab a tube and enjoy the twists and turns of the waterslide into the lazy river and vortex pool area.

Project Highlights
  • 6,404-square-foot outdoor leisure pool featuring zero depth entry
  • Tot slide with interactive play feature and geysers
  • Lazy river with wall sprays and vortex
  • Tube slide
  • 121-square-foot outdoor spray pad

Aquatic Design Portfolio Feature Athletic Business, January/February 2015

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