First and foremost, we hope that you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. We have received questions from the community about if and how COVID-19 will change the way we operate our venue. After careful consideration, I am excited to let you know that we plan to be open while following CDC guidance to protect our swimmers, staff, and our community. Masks are encouraged but not required. Reservations below!
The health and safety of our swimmers, staff, and other patrons remains our highest priority. Below you will find a summary of actions we are taking to help ensure we are lowering COVID-19 risk as much as possible while also allowing our swimmers and patrons to enjoy the water. We are:
We are requiring reservations at this time, there is also a required wavier you must sign before you can enter the pool area. Upon arrival to the pool make sure you wear a mask, and wash your hands or use hand sanitizer. If you have a specific question about this plan or COVID-19, please ask Nicole Nikula-Lamsen (Aquatic Director) for more information. We look forward to seeing you.
Thank you, and stay healthy,
We encourage wearing your mask, although they are no longer required. Please use social distancing rules to keep yourself safe and don't forget to sanitize!
Your belongings may now be stored in the lockers! You will have to bring your own lock or you can store your things on the benches on the pool deck.
You may use our pool equipment, we just ask that once you are done, please place them on the racks or in storage bins.
The lockers are now available, although we do not provide locks. Showers are completely open for use, please keep social distancing in mind. You are only permitted to use the stalls and changing tents. Please minimize your time in the locker rooms as much as you can.
If necessary, we are allowing no more than 2 people to share a lane for lap swim.
If reserving for family, max of 3 people from same household are allowed to share.
Please call to let us know ahead of time.
Whitewater Aquatics Management believes that swimming is a vital skill that everyone should learn, and we need your help to fund our program for this next year. Our goal is to raise $50,000 for our scholarship program. This year we taught over 500 low-income students how to swim. This was made possible through our scholarship program.
Will you consider making a contribution that will have an impact on the lives of many children? Your generosity will ensure that we can continue our mission and teach this life-saving skill for years to come.