Nassau Swim Club in Princeton offers end of summer special

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Nestled in the woods between the Institute for Advanced Study and Princeton University, the Nassau Swim Club offers a relaxed, international, family-friendly atmosphere for swimmers and those who just want to take a dip in the pool and relax on a beach chair. Families return year after year for the friendly atmosphere, great swimming, and good company. The small, co-operative outdoor summer swim club has been a part of Princeton for more than 50 years.

If you have ever wondered what the club is like or thought of giving it a try, now is a good time to take the plunge! From now through Labor Day, you can be a Nassau Swim Club member for just $259. You can register via the Nassau Club website.

For the rest of August, the club also offers week-long, full-day aquatics camps for $225 for members. The camps are held Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Remaining camp dates are August 12-16, August 19-23, and August 26-August 30. For more information and to register, visit the aquatics program page on the Nassau Swim Club website.

The Nassau Swim Club features:

  • A 6-lane, 25-yard, competitive swimming pool
  • A connected, 13.5-foot deep dive well
  • A baby pool – conveniently located within view of the main pool
  • Lots of green grass and shady areas
  • Early morning adult only lap swims
  • A no-fee guest policy

For more information, email info@nassauswimclub.org or visit nassauswimclub.org.

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  • I’m a Lawrenceville resident… And on a budget.. And i have a 13yr old grandson that really needs to get out of the house.. There are no kids in the neighborhood.. Any suggestions?

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