Fountain View Recreation Center is the Carol Stream Park District’s flagship recreation center. It opened in September 2013.
The center is home to Fountain View Fitness, Carol Stream’s newest fitness facility. Membership includes access to the 7500 square foot fitness center, the indoor running track, lap swim, fitness classes, aqua fitness classes, open gym, saunas, premium locker rooms and Kids Zone child care while you work out.
Bring your family to Fountain View for fun in the water during designated Leisure Swim Hours, or purchase a pool-only membership for lap swim – two lanes in the 25 yard lap pool will be kept open for lap swimming any time the pool is open. Youth and adult swimming lessons are also available. The center also features a therapy pool.
Walk and run year round on indoor track at Fountain View Recreation Center. Access to the track is included with fitness memberships, and track-only memberships are also available. Carol Stream Park District residents can use the track for free during designated hours.
The gymnasium at Fountain View fits three basketball courts (which can be converted to two high school size courts). The gymnasium will be open for a variety of Open Gym sports, including basketball, at designated times.
Fountain View Recreation Center is the perfect venue for birthdays, receptions, showers, or any special occasion. With scenic lake views, access to the outdoor patio and state of the art equipment, this is the perfect place for your rental, party or meeting. Several package choices and a variety of room options will be available for groups from 20-160. The rooms may also be rented for meetings/seminars and will feature AV equipment/screens.
Western DuPage Special Recreation Association (WDSRA) will be offering several programs for children, teens, and adults with special needs, including their Rec & Roll adult program, in their dedicated room at Fountain View.
The center also has numerous eco-friendly features, such as a geothermal heating/cooling system, and permeable pavers in the parking lot, which has enabled the center to be eligible for a grant from the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation (ICECF). The center is expected to be rated as a LEED silver building.