We want everyone at our pools to have fun, enjoy their experience, and most importantly, we want to keep everyone safe. The following rules are for your safety, the safety of our staff and other patrons. Everyone must follow the rules. Thank you.
No floatation devices are allowed, except Coast Guard approved lifejackets (Patrons wearing a lifejacket must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older in the water within an arm’s reach of the person wearing the lifejacket)
Leaders or organized groups visiting the pool will assume the
responsibility of the conduct and behavior of their group while at the
T-shirts are allowed in the shallow end only. Not in the deep end, off of the diving board, or down the water slide
Persons afflicted with infections, disease, or suffering from a
cold, cough, fever, sores, or wearing bandages, shall be excluded from
Children ages 6 and under must be within arms reach of an adult (age 18+) at all times unless the child is in a lifejacket
No smoking, food, drinks, or gum in the pool area
No masks, snorkels, or fins
No running on deck or in locker rooms
No rough play
No diving in shallow area
No animals permitted in the pool area or restrooms
No glass bottles or containers in pool area
No alcoholic beverages or drugs of any kind
Long hair must be tied back (at or below shoulders)
Swimming attire must be worn. No cut-offs, jean shorts
Ladders are to be used for entering and exiting the pool only
No one is permitted in guard chair except the lifeguard on duty
Persons will avoid spitting or spouting water and blowing nose in the pool or on the deck
There must be 1 adult per every 6 kids in a large group
Diving Board & Deep End Rules
1 person on the diving board at a time
1 bounce on the board
No running on the board
No swimming in the diving area
Wait until diving area is clear before going off
Jump or dive straight off the board
No hanging on the lane lines
Diving from wall, only in specified area
T-shirts are not allowed off of the diving board
Note: Front dives and front flips
are permitted, but there are no dives/flips allowed where the patron’s
head goes towards the diving board.
Wading Pool Rules (Currently Closed)
No jumping or diving into the pool.
No diapers allowed on any children. Infants and/or toddlers must wear a plastic pair of pants, or a swim diaper under their swimsuit to prevent contamination of pool.
Only toddlers with their parents are allowed to enter the area.
At least one lifeguard on duty at all times while the area is open to the public.
No children 8 years or older allowed in wading pool.
Maximum capacity of the wading pool is 18 children (including parents’ feet).
Water Slide Rules
Only 1 person at a time may go down the slide.
No standing or kneeling on the slide.
All patrons remain on the water slide deck until the guard allows the next swimmer to go. (No standing in the flume.)
Only garments made to be in the water will be allowed down the slide - No t-shirts, gym shorts, etc
Patrons must be at least 48" (4 feet) to ride the slide. Unfortunately, no exceptions.
Swim suits with plastic or metal rivets are not permitted on the water slide.
Patrons must ride the slide feet first on their bottom. No exceptions.