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Posted on: June 2, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Outdoor Pool is Open


To provide the most available swim options for members and to ensure we are meeting COVID-19 guidelines, we will be offering designated swim sessions for members only starting June 1. Sessions will be 90 minutes for the indoor and outdoor pools daily starting at 12 p.m. Here is how it works:

  • Youth ages 15 and under will need to be accompanied by a parent or an adult age 19+. 
  • The pools will close for 30 minutes between sessions to allow for cleaning of high touch surfaces and for one group to exit before the next enters.
  • All pools reopen at 12 p.m.
  • Each afternoon swim session will have a designated color wrist band that will alternate throughout the week.
  • Wristbands will be distributed 15 minutes before each swim session. (MEMBER must be present to receive a wristband.)
  • Guests must arrive dressed for swim as locker rooms are closed.
  • If a session fills and guests are still waiting to enter, guests can receive a wristband for the next available session (Guests do not have the option to choose a wristband for any other session time other than the next available session time.)
  • Guests waiting for an upcoming session will be given priority over guests who have been admitted to a previous session that day.
  • Guests in a current session that wish to have more pool time (laps or recreation) will need to exit and reenter with the appropriate wristband, providing space is available.  
  • The pool gate will be staffed from 11:45 a.m. - 8 p.m. Gate staff will remove the wristband before guest exits the pool gates.
  • Once the pools are cleared, gate staff will move to the pool entrance area (companion care access point) to check for wristbands.
  • WEATHER:  Swim sessions for indoor and outdoor pools may be canceled pending inclement weather. If the total number of users doesn’t exceed 65, indoor pool session will remain open.
  • Hot tub, sauna and indoor rock wall will follow the Clay County Public Health Center’s recovery plan and will be closed during Phase 2, Step 2.  

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