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Salvation Army Kroc Centre Biloxi

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Salvation Army Kroc Centre
575 Division Street
Biloxi
MS
39530
Tel: 228 207 1218

Where are we going today?

The Salvation Army Kroc Centre Gulf Coast

Standard swimming and learning pools plus zero depth entry leisure pool with one small and one large slide, water play structure and splashpads.

The lap pool also offers classes in water basketball and volleyball. Lift chair for handicapped access available.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$8
  • Children$5
  • Free Under: 3 years.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 6am to 8:45pm, Tuesday and Thursday: 6am to 1pm, 1:45pm to 5:30pm and

Any Top Tips?

They're membership oriented but the prices quoted are for day rates only..

What people are saying?

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    Joan Kroc’s dream was that all people of all walks of life would have opportunities to experience culture and broaden their horizons. In the past four years the Omaha Kroc Center has opened its doors to thousands of people (754,859), Families, adults, teens, children, toddlers, business people, clergy, from all walks of life and all different nationalities. Kroc Members and Guests have learned to play basketball, football, soccer, violin, piano, cello, trumpet, drums, and many other games and instruments. They have learned how to use clay and...Read More

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    Friendly staff, excellent equipment, well maintained

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    Oh, Kroc center, how I wanted to fall in love with you.

    At first, I was infatuated. There were fitness classes all the time, a water park for my kids, and even community classes such as cooking should the fancy strike me. You were new and shiny. Every time I went was the like the first.

    But then, you slowly showed your true self. Bit by bit you changed until I barely knew you. The classes were drastically reduced and offered at times I could not participate in. Children were left unattended in hallways and were always found playing around the...Read More

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    Looks OK. The pool hours could accommodate home school kids for earlier swim times. This is a little inconvenient. Just got a membership. We'll see how things workout

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    Wonderful facility

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by Jennifer Bull

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Joan Kroc’s dream was that all people of all walks of life would have opportunities to experience culture and broaden their horizons. In the past four years the Omaha Kroc Center has opened its doors to thousands of people (754,859), Families, adults, teens, children, toddlers, business people, clergy, from all walks of life and all different nationalities. Kroc Members and Guests have learned to play basketball, football, soccer, violin, piano, cello, trumpet, drums, and many other games and instruments. They have learned how to use clay and a wheel to make pottery, and paint and other mediums to make art. Joan’s dream was that tens of thousands would be impacted, here in Omaha her dream is coming true. You can be part of making a difference.

Teri: The management of the Kroc Center is sorry that you had a negative experience, had we known when you were here we could have tried to address your concerns. We hope you will give us another try and be part of something awe-inspiring and wonderful. God Bless.

by Teri Truscott

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Oh, Kroc center, how I wanted to fall in love with you.

At first, I was infatuated. There were fitness classes all the time, a water park for my kids, and even community classes such as cooking should the fancy strike me. You were new and shiny. Every time I went was the like the first.

But then, you slowly showed your true self. Bit by bit you changed until I barely knew you. The classes were drastically reduced and offered at times I could not participate in. Children were left unattended in hallways and were always found playing around the exercise equipment. I hired a personal trainer, only to find him to be out of shape and less knowledgeable than I.

And then, the ultimate heartbreak. The water park and my children. At first, they all (3) loved it. But as the kroc grew, a strange and disgusting mix of people began to overcrowd it. I am speaking of babies in diapers and child-staring men.

Yep, even though it is against the rules people were continually letting their children in regular diapers in the pool. There was poop. There was diaper crystals, it was disgusting. In regards to the Hispanic men, they would sit on the ledge or on the inside side walls of the lazy river and stare and oggle at every female over the age of nine. My daughter and I were continually stared at until I was so uncomfortable I cancelled my membership. I understand that you can not stop people from staring, but I also don't think groups of men should be allowed to just sit in a lazy river and make women uncomfortable.

With the lack of classes, not so great hours, and overcrowding of the pool I would suggest the YMCA over this place any day. We are back there and much happier.

The Weather

Saturday

Conditions: Partly Cloudy
Temp: 84° F / 29° C
Humidity: 69 %
Wind: SSE - 9 MPH

Sunday

Conditions: Chance of a Thunderstorm
Temp: 83° F / 28° C
Humidity: 73 %
Wind: SSW - 9 MPH

Monday

Conditions: Chance of a Thunderstorm
Temp: 84° F / 29° C
Humidity: 73 %
Wind: SW - 8 MPH

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