BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center
The BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center, located on the Bismarck State College Campus, has a 50-meter competition pool, diving, recreation and lap pools, and the Tesoro wellness center that includes strength equipment and cardiovascular equipment with personal viewing screens. The facility also has Turtle Beach playground, a group fitness/dance studio and meeting rooms.
September 1 – May 31
- Mon.-Thurs.: 5:30am – 10pm
- Friday: 5:30am – 8pm
- Saturday: 7am – 7pm
- Sunday: Noon – 7pm
June 1 – August 31
- Mon.-Thurs.: 5:30am – 8pm
- Friday: 5:30am – 7pm
- Saturday: 7am – 2pm
- Sunday: CLOSED
- Swimming pools will close 30 minutes before the rest of the facility.
- View pool schedule and pool rules.
- Wibits Water Toys January – May 2018 Schedule
- View the group fitness class schedule.
The BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center offers birthday parties in the Puklich Chevrolet community rooms. Party groups get 10 passes to the pool or the indoor playground, 2-hours of community room use and a t – shirt for the birthday child. For complete details on birthday parties options, visit our Birthday Parties page.
Turtle Beach Indoor Playground
Come and play! Turtle Beach, the indoor playground at the BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center, features many climbable animals that little ones will love. Turtle Beach is fully accessible with a poured rubber surfacing and is geared for children ages seven and under. Fee is $1 per child (adult supervisors are free). Members use the playground for free.
Other Programs Offered
The silver membership includes use of:
BSC AWC: 50-meter competition pool, diving, recreation and lap pools, a wellness center that includes strength equipment and cardiovascular equipment, Turtle Beach indoor playground, and pool/group fitness classes.
CRFC: racquetball, wallyball court time and leagues, indoor track (Indoor 1/9 mile), cardio equipment, fitness center, weight room, group fitness classes, sauna/hot tub and reduced rates on tennis leagues, lessons and court time.
|Silver Membership||Monthly Fee
|Daily Fee for Non-Members|
|Kids 12 – 1 (11 months & younger, Free)||$19/month||$15/month||$4.25|
|Student 13 – 18||$38/month||$30/month||$5.25|
|College Student (w/college ID)||$90/spring or fall semester|
|Adult 19 – 64||$50/month||$40/month||$6.50|
|Senior Household – 2 adults, 65+||$56/month||$45/month||–|
|Daily Admission Coupon Book (12 passes)||$65|
|Indoor Track at CRFC||$1.50|
|Mon-Fri 8am – 3pm (CRFC or BSC AWC)||$4.00|
|Turtle Beach Play Area (adult supervisors are free) at BSC AWC||$1.00|
|BSC AWC Locker Rental (Please call for daily or extended use rental fees.)|
|$15 (1-month)||$50 (6-month)||$75 (1-year)|
|Rental of Room 1 or 2||$30/Hr.|
Get money back on your membership each month with a qualifying health reimbursement program! Click here for details.
BSC AWC and CRFC participate in the SilverSneakers program, learn more at www.silversneakers.com
* A household is up to two adults and any children under their care, high school age and under.
NOTE: Prices are subject to change. Taxes will be added at the time of purchase.
Membership Cancellation Policy
If you must cancel your membership, please stop by either CRFC or the BSC AWC and kindly fill out a cancellation form. This form must be completed and handed in by the 17 of the month in order for your membership to be cancelled the following month. If you are in your first initial membership contract, there is a $50 cancellation fee. If you are a renewing member, there is no cancellation fee.
BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center – Community Rooms Rentals
Bio Mass Heating System
The BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center has a Bio Mass Heating System, which burns wood waste from the Bismarck landfill. Burning wood waste conserves landfill space, provides an economical heating source and saves approximately $100,000 per year in heating costs. The system heats the facility, water for pools and the domestic water for showers. Approximately 1,000 tons of wood waste is burned annually. The North Dakota Forest Service uses the ash to amend soils.
Read more about our system – “Diving into Wood Heat” BioMass Magazine.