• Join Us! Membership Opportunities

    We’re a family-friendly club that offers motivation, relaxation, and social interaction as part of a fit and healthly lifestyle.

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  • Fun at the Falls

    May 2018

     

    Check out all the special programs, activities and events we offer at Granite Falls.

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  • Country Concert Series

    Rob Carona  – Saturday June 16th

    On the Pool Deck

    Doors Open at 7:30pm

    Show Starts at 8:30pm

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  • Summer Swim Lessons

     

    Granite Falls offers multiple levels of instruction to help swimmers 3 to 12 years old develop and refine their skills.

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  • Makos 24 Hour Swim

    Join the Makos on June 22nd – June 23rd for our 3rd annual 24 hour swim event. The event includes teams swimming for 24 hours, raffles, silent auctions a cookout and more!

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  • Get Fit with Personal Training

     

    Explore personal training options and find a personal trainer that is right for you.

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  • Summer & Track Out Camps

    Day camps for kids enrolled in traditional and year-round schools. Our camps are focused on fitness, fun, and friends.

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  • Fitness

    A family friendly full-service athletic club with a wide variety of classes. MORE...

  • Aquatics

    Impressive indoor and outdoor pool facilities. MORE...

  • Youth Programs

    Granite Falls Swim & Athletic Club offers a fit lifestyle for every age. MORE...

WELCOME TO GRANITE FALLS

Northern Wake County’s Premier Year-Round Swim and Athletic Club. We’re a family-friendly facility that offers motivation, relaxation, and social interaction as part of a fit lifestyle. 

Come join us for fitness and fun!

Amenities Include:
  • 60,000 sq. ft. full-service athletic center
  • Outdoor and indoor pool complex
  • State-of-the-art fitness equipment
  • Fitness & cycle studios

And much more!

  • Summer Camp Poolooza

    FINALLY – pool season is here! The opening of the outdoor pools means the start of the GF4 Summer Camp season isn’t too far behind. To help you get excited for the summer camp season, our team of summer camp counselors, along with the assistance of junior camp counselors, are going to bring you a fun filled day that we call Summer Camp Poolooza! We’ll have a variety of camp crafts, favorite water games, and the very popular dunk a counselor event…

  • Suns Out, Funs Out

      It’s that wonderful time of the year again – pool season! We wanted to take a moment to welcome all of our valued members and their guests as we embark on another summer of fun. A few helpful and friendly reminders: 1.) Please – no alcohol or glass containers of any kind may be brought into the facility (we do check coolers and freezer bags). This is a very important regulation due to our agreement with the liquor control board and…

  • SNEAK PEEK! New Fitness Studio Floor Installed this Weekend

      Exciting news! Our new flooring for the fitness studio has arrived and will be installed this weekend! As a result all group fitness classes that are held in the studio will be cancelled on Sunday, May 6th, 2018. We apologize for the inconvenience, but the new floor is going to look great!

  • Meet Our New Head Camp Counselor!

      We’re thrilled to bring you Andrew Webb as our new head counselor for the 2018 summer! Andrew is finishing up his freshman year at the University of Tennessee, and is very excited for another sensational season of summer camp! Andrew has been a summer camp counselor since 2016. Along with his experience as a camp counselor, Andrew brings the following qualities to his job performance: initiative, selflessness, positive role modeling, creativity, and resilience. His ability to consistently apply these qualities to…

  • Lap Swimming Lane Etiquette

        Lap Swimming Lane Etiquette The first step is choosing the right lane.   Take a few minutes to watch what is going on in the pool, read any pool or lap swim rules and get your swim gear ready.  Next sit down on the side of the pool and hang your legs in the water.  The idea is to let the swimmer in the water know you are there and give them the chance to stop and confirm how the lane is going…