How To Register

How To Register for Swimming Lessons

There are two ways to register for swimming lessons:
1. Call Coralville Parks and Recreation at 319.248.1750 to register over the phone, or
2. Register in person at Coralville Recreation Center, 1506 8th Street, Coralville.

We cannot take swimming lesson registrations online. 

  1. Online
  2. Mail
  3. Walk-In

Register Online

I need an account

New Account Create a new account

  • If you do not have a Coralville Parks and Recreation Account and have never been a customer with us, create an online account now.
  • Accounts become active as soon as they are created. Once an account is created, family members can be added and details can be viewed.

I have an account

Register Register online 

  • View and register for classes and activities, access account history, and view a calendar of registered activities
  • Download Before and After School Program receipts
  • Check the availability of park shelters, ballfields, North Ridge Pavilion, and more.

I can't remember my account
If you are a previous customer or if you have an online account but can't remember your password, please contact the Recreation Center at 319.248.1750 to assess your username and password. Do not create another account.

Due to their popularity, limited availability or special forms required, online registration is not available for preschool swim lessons, level 1-6 swim lessons, or full-day summer camp programs.


Refunds for programs enrolled through online registration can be issued by check, credit on account, or refunded to the credit card used for registration.

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Scholarship Assistance 
Service clubs and area businesses provide scholarship opportunities for instructional programs for Coralville resident youth. For more information, contact us at 319.248.1750.

Qualifying families are required to pay a minimum of 25% of the program fee, with the remainder program costs covered by the scholarship. Up to $100 per person may be used per year. Residents must substantiate financial need. Financial need is determined by reduced school lunch program eligibility, utility company guidelines for heat subsidies, WIC, and/or food stamps. All information is confidential and used only for the purpose of establishing eligibility.