The A.V. Symington Aquatics Center in Leesburg, Virginia was designed by SEI Architects to include a new leisure pool, a 485 ft. long lazy river with a zero bottom beach entry, awading pool, and a lap pool.
The leisure pool was located adjacent to the lazy river and included a floatable snake and alligator tethered to the pool bottom, a tumble bucket, and an underwater bench covered by a shade structure. A wading pool, with a Lil-Squirt whale and a gang slide, connected to the side of the leisure pool. Additionally, there was a connecting passage to a small lap pool, which featured a Lily-Pad crossing feature. Adjacent to the leisure pool was a new lap pool which included a Miracle Drop slide and a gang slide, that splashed into one side providing additional activity for the aquatic facility. The complex also featured two large flumes and a 19’ high launch platform. Both slides were 38” open slides; one slide was a 130’ long, figure eight pattern, and the other slide was 122’ long. Both
flumes dropped into a common splash pool. The Bathhouse contained a Snack Bar, which has its own snack terrace overlooking the pools.