Aquatic Facility Rules

- All Patrons Entering The Pool Facility Must Pay Appropriate Admission Fee
- Bathing suit is required for all swimmers, including infants. No cut-offs or thongs permitted.
- All youth 14 years of age and under MUST be accompanied by a paying adult 18 years of age or older to enter facility. Youth ages 6 years of age and under must be within arms reach of parent/guardian at all times.
- Diaper-aged children must wear tight fitting rubber pants or bathing suit over diaper or a “little swimmer”
- To protect your health and that of other swimmers, you may not use the pool if you have an open wound or communicable disease (chicken pox, pink eye, poison ivy, etc.)
- Patrons may not bring food and beverages into pool facility. All food/candy/drink is to be consumed in designated areas only.
- No gum permitted on pool deck or in the water.
- Keep a close eye on your belongings. Louisa County Parks and Recreation is NOT responsible for lost or stolen items.
- Smoking is permitted in designated areas outside the pool facility only; this includes all tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
- To prevent injuries, running and other dangerous activities are not permitted.
- No diving from pool side.
- Flotation devices, masks, snorkels, fins, or toys are permitted at lifeguard’s discretion. No rafts or large inner tubes.
- Hourly adult swim is for adults 18 years of age and older.
- No competitive breath-holding or prolonged underwater swimming permitted.
- No foul or abusive language or public displays of affection.
- No refunds due to inclement weather.
- Please shower before entering the pool.
- No alcoholic beverages are permitted on any County property.
- Aquatic staff is responsible for enforcing all pool rules; willful or repeated violators will be escorted from the premises.

Louisa County Parks & Recreation reserves the right to refuse service and/or participation at events/programs/localities sponsored by the department for reasons of safety and/or conduct.