Facility Rules

  • Communicable disease: No person with or suspected of having a communicable disease which could be transmitted through use of the pool shall work at or use any public pool.
  • Warning: A person with any considerable area of exposed sub epidermal tissue, open blisters, or cuts must be warned that these may become infected and advised not to use the public pool.
  • Showering: Any person using a public pool must take a cleansing shower using warm water and soap and thoroughly rinse off all soap before entering the pool enclosure. A user leaving the pool to use the toilet must take a second cleansing shower before returning to the pool enclosure. A person who exercises, applies lotion, or uses a sauna or steam room must shower before using the pool.
  • No Spitting: Spitting, spouting water from the mouth and blowing the nose in the pool is prohibited.
  • No running: No running or boisterous or rough play, except supervised water sports, is permitted in the pool, in dressing rooms or shower rooms, on runways, on the diving board, or platform.
  • Glassware: Glassware and similar material with a tendency to shatter on impact are not allowed in the pool enclosure area.
  • Diving: Diving is not permitted anywhere in the Water Park except from the North wall side of the Activity Pool (you must dive away from the climbing wall).
  • No Pets: Domestic animals are not permitted in the pool enclosure, showers, or dressing rooms.
  • Guests must change diapers in the locker rooms, not on the deck.
  • No swinging or hanging on the ladders, nets and ropes.
  • Guests are not allowed to bring outside food into the Water Park.
  • Appropriate swimsuits must be worn by all guests. View swimwear examples (PDF).
  • Only U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets are allowed in the Water Park and they are permitted only in the zero depth entry area, lazy river and shallow end of the activity pool. A guardian must be within ‘arms reach’ of the child wearing the life jacket.
  • Masks/goggles that cover the nose are not allowed in the water; however, goggles that do not cover the nose are permitted.
  • Guests may not bring water toys, sand toys, noodles, water wings and balls into the Water Park during general admission hours.
  • Guests who are not toilet-trained will be asked to be in “Little Swimmers” diapers or plastic pants without disposable or cloth diapers underneath.
  • Associates will not be able to hold guests’ personal belongings.
  • All persons entering the facility, including spectators, will be required to pay the daily fee.
  • The Water Park is a tobacco-free facility.
  • Any person suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs shall be prohibited from entering the pool.
  • If the Water Park has reached capacity, admission will be taken on a first come, first served basis.