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There will have limited occupancy and social distancing requirements
Because of VERY limited occupancy, the Outdoor Pool will be using a reservation system until we go to the green phase. We anticipate high demand so please have patience as we figure out how to operate under Covid-19 restrictions. We will be opening up the pool to 4 sessions a day with 100 patrons per session. Members will be able to reserve a spot once a day for free. Others can reserve a spot for $5 once a day as well. You will be texted a QR code that you will use for admittance. Reservation system is currently only in testing but will be turned on before it opens.
The outdoor pool is an Olympic size (50 meter) heated outdoor pool. It has an aqua climbing wall, one 3 meter diving board, 1 meter diving board, two flume slides and a baby pool. It is located adjacent to a public park with a pavilion, playground toys, basketball court and sand volleyball court. See flyer for current details.
AquaClimb poolside climbing walls provide a fun, flexible and safe water activity for kids of all ages. AquaClimb is a unique aquatic activity that blends fun with fitness, and tugs at everyone’s inner desire to climb. When you’re done climbing, just drop back into the pool. There are two flume slides. One is an open flume and the other is closed. The closed one is a speed slide. The open slide is perfect for parents that want to go down with a small child on a more leisurely ride. Whether you want to ride the tortoise (open) or the hare (closed), you will love these slides.
The concession stand offers a variety of food including hot dogs, pretzels, nachos and assorted candy. Try a fountain drink to quench your thirst after a day of sunning and swimming. You don’t even have to leave the pool deck, you can access the concession stand through two pool side windows.
Get ready to show off your best swan dive, cannonball or belly flop. We have two diving boards, one 3 meter diving board and one 1 meter diving board. Can you handle the high dive? Most people end up cannon balling. What will you do?