Here are some common rules that we advise you follow when visiting a facility. We encourage that you speak to a manager to find out if there are any other rules you must abide by.

All visitors must wear the appropriate swim attire in order to gain entrance. Visit our online store to see approved swimming attire.

Entrance is denied to:
i. Children under seven (7), unless accompanied by an adult on a one to one ratio.
ii. Children under the age of four (4) without an approved "swim diaper" or plastic pants with elastic around the waist and legs.
iii.Persons under the influence of alcohol or narcotics.
iv.Persons with colds, coughs, nasal or eye discharges, skin eruptions, open wounds, open
sores or bandages.
v.Pets.

Please check all your valuables with the clerk.

Personal property not permitted in the swimming pool or deck area includes:
i. Street clothes, shoes, and carrying bags of all types.
ii. Floating apparatus, glass objects or containers of any kind.
iii. Sports or swim equipment; scuba equipment; electronic equipment.
iv. Wheeled vehicles (roller blades, bicycles, skateboards, etc...)
 

Soap showers must be taken before entering the pool area.

Smoking is prohibited.
 
Eating and/or drinking not allowed at some facilities.
i. Only water and/or sports drinks in plastic containers will be allowed on the pool deck.
 
Foul or abusive language will not be tolerated.
 
For the safety of the public there is no:
i. Running on the pool deck.
ii. Climbing, sitting on, and jumping from storage benches or guard structures.
iii. Diving into shallow water.
iv. Double bouncing or crowding dive structures.
v. Swimming in the diving area.
vi. Horse playing on the deck or in the pool at any time.
vii. Snapping towels.
viii. Participating in other dangerous practices as determined by lifesaving staff.
 
Hypoxic training or prolonged underwater swimming is not allowed.
 
Do not interfere with a lifeguard rescue, or call for help unless in distress