Come enjoy the outdoor swimming pool. With 3,750 sq. ft. there's plenty of room for everyone. The pool features a shallow, zero-entrance for the little ones and a diving board for the bigger kids. Whether you're enjoying the cool water or lounging while you watch the kids, you'll love our friendly, fun facility.
POOL SEASON / SCHEDULE:The Pool is closed for the 2021 season. We anticipate opening the pool the weekend of Memorial Day, 2022. DAILY ADMISSION / SEASON PASSES:Daily Admission:
Children 12-17 $3.00
Children 3-11 $1.00
Children 2 & under Free
*Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by someone age 16 or older. A swim test is required for children 14 years of age and under. All children who have not passed the swim test must bring a personal flotation device or borrow one from the pool. Children five and under must be within arm’s reach by someone 16 and older.
Resident Family $ 75.00
Non-Resident Family $100.00
Resident Single $ 50.00
Non-Resident Single $ 65.00SWIM TESTS & PFD:Pass the Test. Lose the Vest:
All swimmers ages 13 and under are required to pass a swim test before being in the pool without a personal flotation device (PFD) or without direct adult supervision.
Personal Flotation Devices (PFD):
PFD stands for personal flotation device, which is also known as a lifejacket. You can bring and use your own PFD as long as it is Coast Guard-approved. The pool will also have a limited number of PFDs in several sizes that you can borrow on a first-come, first-serve basis.
What if my child passes the swim test?
No PFD will be required for a child who successfully passes the swim test. Children ages 13 years or older who pass the swim test may move about the pool area without direct adult supervision. Adults ages 16 years and older with children ages 12 and younger who pass the test must still remain in the pool or on the pool deck.
What if my child is still working on passing the swim test?
Your child can swim without a PFD if they are within an arms length of a parent/guardian (16 years or older) and are the only child the adult is watching. When an adult is one-on-one with the child, the adult will need to remain in the water within arms length of the child. If you have two or more children, only one child can be with the adult without a PFD. The other children are required to have on a PFD in the water. PFDs are not allowed on the diving board.
What does the swim test consist of?
-Jump in feet first into the deep end of the pool or submerge using the wall for assistance.
-Swim the length of the pool on your stomach without assistance. This can be on the surface of the water or underwater.
-Climb out un-assisted.
Important Note: Lifeguards have the discretion to mandate a PFD on a swimmer at any time as well as require a swim test for any swimmer at any time.
4498 NW High Drive
Riverside, MO 64150
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