The Triangle Aquatic Center (TAC) is a 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization Serving the Triangle Area Since 2007.


Mission Statement

To build and operate public aquatic facilities for the health, safety, recreation and competition needs of Triangle citizens and aquatic organizations.

Triangle Aquatic Center

Be a Part of
The Difference

Privately funded through community support and donations, TAC is open to the public and welcomes all aquatic-based activities, both their participants and their aquatic owners and operators to use the state-of-the-art facility to bring health, safety, competition offerings to the citizenry of Wake County.

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Our Center was founded to fill the long-term need for year-round public aquatic facilities that addresses the health, safety, recreation and competition needs of Triangle citizens and organizations. TAC is the host to over 70 aquatic events and visited by more than 450,000 patrons annually. TAC is the home for the TAC TITANS Swim Team, NCHSAA Championships, Special Olympics of North Carolina, the National Black Heritage Meet and many more.

TITANS Aquatic Programs

Learn to Swim Programs for All Ages

Fitness Programs

Fitness Programs for All Ages


American Red Cross Certification Courses

TAC Updates

CPO Certification Class at TAC

The Triangle Aquatic Center is offering a NSPF Certified Pool & Spa Operator Certification Course through the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance on Thursday, June 22nd from 9am-5pm. This is a Blended Learning format with a online Pool Operator Primer course that must be completed before attending the in-person class. Both the online primer and

TAC to Reopen for Recreational Swimming

The Triangle Aquatic Center is pleased to announce that we will be reopening our Facility in limited capacity for our Recreational Swimmers beginning on Monday, May 25th.  TAC has prepared our Center to ensure the safe return of our patrons as we follow and adhere to all recommended guidelines put in place because of the

TAC Re-Opens American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Program

While the Triangle Aquatic Center remains closed to the general public due to COVID-19 restrictions, we have re-opened our Lifeguard Training Program. This is an essential community service in that we need to train lifeguards so that they may be certified and ready to go when other aquatic facilities open in our state’s later phases.

The Triangle Aquatic Center Remain Closed to the Public through Phase 1

Due to our state’s COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, the Triangle Aquatic Center remains closed to the general public until further notice. It is our hope that when North Carolina provides direction on Phase 2, our Center will be included and we can reopen in a limited capacity. Beginning the week of May 11th, TAC will offer

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