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    February 2018 Guide
  • Year Round Swim Team

    The Granite Falls Makos is designed to teach the fundamentals of competitive swimming, instill confidence in young swimmers and mold children of all ages into well rounded athletes.

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  • Track Out Camps

    The Granite Falls Swim and Athletic Club Track Out Camps are Full Day camps for kindergarten through 5th grade students that will be fitness focused.

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Welcome to Granite Falls Swim & Athletic Club, Northern Wake County’s Premier Year-Round Swim and Fitness 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
  • Cycle Studio
  • Over 50 classes a week including Yoga, Zumba, Bootcamp, INSANITY Live, Pilates, Water Aerobics, and more! KidzFit, KidzFunk, and KidzYoga classes
  • Childcare available ages 6 weeks-13 years
  • Year-Round Track Out & Summer Camps
  • Year-Round & Summer Swim Teams
  • Swim Lessons (Group and Private)
  • Personal Training (Group and One-on-One)


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  • Summer Fun for Families Affected by Cancer

    As the Outreach Coordinator for UNC-Chapel Hill’s chapter of Camp Kesem, Gabe Gonzalez, longtime Granite Falls Camp Counselor, is looking for any families that would be interested in attending Camp Kesem, a weeklong summer camp for kids with parents who currently have or have had cancer. The organization is entirely run by college students who, as counselors, put on an incredible experience for the kids, allowing them to engage in activities such as archery, kayaking, swimming, and of course, s’mores by a…

  • The Benefits of Swimming

    You don’t have to be an Olympian to enjoy the benefits of swimming. Swimming can improve your health regardless of your fitness level. Swimming provides a way to exercise with the resistance of water to build muscle while improving your core strength and aerobic fitness. Swimming can also decrease your blood pressure and total cholesterol. Swim as your only exercise or incorporate it with land-based cardio and see the benefits for yourself. It’s never too late to start swimming.

  • Youth Programs Change- Letter from Susan

    There’s some changes coming to the Youth Programs Department in the next few months. Read the note below from our Youth Programs Director, Susan Bayer. February 6, 2018 Dear GF Families and Friends, I wanted to write you and let you know what’s stirring in my heart as you will undoubtedly hear that I will be resigning from my position as Youth Programs Director later this year. First of all, it’s all good news for me and my family. I am choosing to leave our…

  • Spring into Movement with Spring Track Out Camp

    Ok, so, yes, we are in the midst of some of the coldest temperatures of the year but just as we were not too long ago saying we couldn’t believe how fast Christmas came, we’ll be saying the same about spring. The spring season in this area is beautiful (minus that whole pollen period) with temperatures pretty much perfect and the hint of summer just around the corner. With the water-filled pool, lake, and beach season of summer coming, before we know…

  • Don’t be THAT Parent

    You’ve started off the New Year with a bang when it comes to your workouts. You’re sticking to a schedule and showing up. You’re making progress…seeing old clothes fit again, watching the number on the scale drop, feeling energetic and able to keep up with your kids…speaking of kids…there goes a sneeze…wait for it…nose being  blown…aaaaannnnnddddd… ”MOM!  I don’t feel so good!” OH NO! Panic sets in as you realize you won’t be able to go to the gym because your child…