1) Whom can I put on a family season ticket? As a rule of thumb, if you claim them on your income taxes, you can put them on a season pass.
2) Can we wear t-shirts, cutoffs, or shorts in the pool? No. They are not meant to be swimwear and can fray. That's not good for our pumps and filters. But more importantly, everyone sweats, particularly in the summertime, and they become an additional source of bacteria and other germs for the pool. That said, we will still permit Under Armour for now. Ask yourself, though, if you really need to wear it. Our filters, pumps, chlorine and your fellow swimmers you are sharing water with will thank you if you don't.
3) Who can stay for family swim? As the name implies, moms, dads, grandparents and their kids. If you are 18 or older, so can you. Also, if you are 21 or older, you may supervise other kids as well.
4) How do we know when you are opening and closing? If we have less than 20 swimmers in an hour period, we may close. Mechanical failures and hazardous weather are other factors. Also, if we have no one ready to swim when we are ready to open, we will wait 10-15 minutes and then go home. If the weather cooperates, we usually try to reopen at a later time, perhaps 3-4 p.m. You can check our front door for information, we will try to remember to update the answering machine, and we will try to keep this website up-to-date as well.
5) Will I be charged entry if I just sit in a chair to watch my grandchild swim? Yes, anyone who enters the pool whether to swim or not will be charged due to supervision. 6) How tall do you need to be to go down the slides? You will need to be a minimum of 48" tall