Our Facility

In June 2017, we purchased a "Splash Pool" (17' x 29' x 4')  and it was finally installed in June 2018. In 2018, we utilized a custom built ramp to get dogs in and out of the pool and in 2019, we upgraded to a 16' x 20' deck! 

We are currently closed for the 2019 season. We plan to open back up in April or May 2020 for the season. 

Hours of Operation - during our open season (approximately April - October) we are open by appointment ONLY! Please call or text 319-560-1673 to schedule. June 1 - Aug 22nd we will accept appointments during the following times: Monday 10 am to 8 pm, Tuesday 10 am to 4 pm, Wednesday 10 am to 4 pm, Thursday 10 am to 8 pm, Friday 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday 10 am to 5 pm, & Sunday noon to 5 pm. April, May, and September we will accept appointments during the following times: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 4 - 7 pm, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday, Saturday 10 am to 5 pm, & Sunday noon to 5 pm.

Cost - 

30 minute swim/pool rental is $15*

60 minute swim/pool rental is $25*

30 minute learn to swim is $25* (Assisted swim with an staff member in the water.)

60 minute learn to swim is $35*(Assisted swim with an staff member in the water.)

*There is an additional fee of $5 per dog from the same household for any dogs beyond the first. There is no additional fee for assistance during a swim/pool rental. We accept cash and credit cards (via Paypal). 


  • Please potty your dog before entering the dock. Please clean up after them everywhere on the site. 
  • FOOD/TREATS are highly discouraged on the dock/in the pool. 

Things to bring:
  • Your dogs favorite floating toy (non-food)
  • Towels
  • Water/Water bowl – for you and your pup
  • Kennel – if needed or if you have more than one dog
  • Dry clothes (you may get wet)
  • Your dog & leash
  • Recommended not to feed your dog at least three hours prior to swimming/events.

Why Swim your canine?

Swimming is one of the best exercise options available. It is low impact and uses nearly every muscle.

Statistics show over 50% of canines are over weight. This option allows dogs to start exercising without the added weight "weighing" them down. 

It also helps canine athletes continue to build muscle tone, increase cardiovascular fitness, loosen joints, relax muscles, and increase flexibility. It has also proven to be helpful to  manage osteoarthritis, neurological issues, and allow dogs to recover from surgery faster.

Future plans: At some point we hope to complete the natural swimming pond we broke ground on in the Spring of 2015, The pond will have a swimming area over 50 foot long, four foot deep, and 20 foot wide (meeting regulations for organizations such as Ultimate Air Dogs). We will also have the space to put in a full size (40 foot) dock. Natural swimming ponds have the clarity of swimming pools, without all the chemicals. It uses plants, water movement, and rocks for natural filtration. We feel this is the best option for starting to bring opportunity to the area. The natural swimming pond will feature a four-sided beach entry to allow dogs to slowly enter the water. This beach entry will bring the pond size up to 80 foot long by 50 foot wide. The additional size is part of the reason for the delays. Although it has added time to the construction phase we know it will be worth it in the end.