Rules & FAQs

Pool Rules

Parents or guardians are responsible for supervising their children. Lifeguards are on duty to enforce rules and to respond in case of emergency. A person 16 years or older must accompany children under the age of 12 at all times. 

Flotation devices are prohibited for use in the pool unless they are US Coast Guard-approved personal floatation devices.

Anyone entering the pool deck must wear clean swim attire. Street clothes, cut-offs, or other shorts will not be allowed.

Swim diapers or rubber pants must be worn by infants and toddlers who are not toilet trained while in the pool.

No running, dunking, excessive splashing, or boisterous/rough play.

Outside food is prohibited inside of the facility. The concession stand will be open and you may only eat in the concession area. 

Lions Club Pool has an adult-only deck. Please no families or children in this area, as it is meant for adults to relax and unwind. On busy days when seating is limited, the manager may open up the deck to families if needed. 

For a full list of Lions Club Pool rules, click here.

Pool FAQs

1. Will the concession stand be open?

  • Yes

2. Can I walk up and pay to get into Lions Club Pool?

  • If space permits.

3. Are there lockers available?

  • Yes, but please bring your own lock.

4. How deep is the pool?

  • The shallowest part is 2 feet, while the deepest is 5 feet.

5. Is there a senior discount on pool memberships?

  • No

6. Where do I get my pool pass ID card?

  • You can get your mobile registration account access cards through the Amilia App available in your app store via your smart phone. 
  • Visit H-F Racquet & Fitness Club or the Irwin Center during their advertised hours. These can be found on hfparks.com and are subject to change.

7. Will the water slide be open?

  • Yes!

8. What if my spouse/grandparent/nanny wants to bring my child to the pool? Do they have to have a pass even if they aren’t swimming?

  • Yes, anyone entering the pool (age 2 and older), will need to have a membership or pay the daily admission fee of $10 Resident / $15 non-resident.

9. Do you sell goggles, sunscreen or swim diapers?

  • No, but those items can be purchased at nearby stores.