The North Carolina Aquatic Club has its home in the Maurice J. Koury Natatorium located next to the Dean E. Smith Center on campus at the University of North Carolina.
Built in 1986, Koury Natatorium is one of the finest pools on the east coast. It was the site of the 1987 Olympic Festival, the 1989 US Short Course Nationals, the 1992 Masters Nationals, as well as the frequent site for the North Carolina State High School and Atlantic Coast Conference Championships. In 1999, Koury hosted the Special Olympics swimming events.
The pool is 50m long with two movable bulkheads to allow for a double 25-yard or 25-meter course configuration. The Koury Natatorium has ample spectator seating and plenty of deck space. There are coaches offices and locker rooms just off the pool deck. Two all-digital scoreboards display results to spectators and competitors during competitions.
Heritage Hills Recreation Club
North Carolina Aquatic Club has a secondary home and partnership with the Heritage Hills Recreation Club located 10 minutes away from Koury Natatorium.
This heated outdoor facility is 25m long with 8 lanes along with a connected diving well. Heritage Hills has a large amount of deck space. There are locker rooms just off the pool deck.
Combining these facilities and these features help make NCAC one of the best-equipped swimming programs in the country.