Gibson Park Pool
New lap swim hours beginning Saturday, July 18: 8am-10am!
Here are the changes for this season:
~NEW: We are limiting capacity to 30 max, with a 2.5 hour time limit, (2 hours on Sundays). Please call before you leave for the pool to see if we are full.

~NEW: Guests will be asked to wear masks when the are not actively swimming, eating, or drinking.

~We will not be selling snacks or drinks. You may bring your own from home and consume them at one of our picnic tables.
~Pool guests will be screened for fever & other COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival.
~Guests will be expected to seat themselves 6 ft apart from other families.
~Guests will be asked to sanitize the chairs they use before they leave with the provided disinfectant.
~We will be open for lap swim 9:30am-11:30am Tuesday-Friday, and to the public 12pm-5pm Tuesday-Friday & 1-5 Sunday THROUGH JULY 17, at the earliest. Once swim lessons start up, the hours will be updated.

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Pool Fees 2020

Daily Use:
$3 per person
$1.50 per person (morning lap swim)

Pool Passes:
2020 Pool Pass Form
$65 for one person plus $20 for each additional person in same house
1 Person - $65
2 People - $85
3 People - $105
4 People - $125
5 People - $145

Swimming Lessons:
2020 Registration Form
**Your spot is not reserved in a class until payment is received.

Pool Parties: 
2020 Pool Party Form
The pool is available for parties between 5-8pm on Saturday and Sunday
2 Hours - $60 + Lifeguards
3 Hours - $75 + Lifeguards
40 people or less - two lifeguards @ $10/hour each
More than 40 people - three lifeguards @ $10/hour each
Pool parties can be booked for Saturdays and Sundays, starting with July 5.

Frequently Asked Questions...

What are the pool hours?

Tuesday - Saturday: Noon - 5pm
Sunday: 1-5pm

Lap Swim
Tuesday - Saturday 8:00-10:00am 

Do I need bring any equipment (floaties etc.) with my child for swimming lessons?
No, just bring the child ready to get in the water!

Do I need to get in the water with my child during swimming lessons?
Only for the 3-5 yr old age group. For all other ages, the parents are not in the water with the child.

How do I determine what Level of class my child should take?
Most children will be Level 1 or 2. If you are not sure, register for a Level 1 or 2 class and the instructors will assess whether the child should be in a higher level.

What happens if it rains during swimming lessons? During a pool party?
We will do our best to make up that day during the two-week timeframe of the lessons.

If a pool party is cancelled for weather before it begins then you do not have to pay for the rental, though the deposit is forfeited. No make up date is guaranteed.

If a pool party is cancelled after it has begun there are no refunds and the full amount of hours are due to the lifeguards regardless of how much time they actually were there.

What happens if there is thunder and lightning after I've paid to swim for the day?
If the weather clears, you are allowed to return the same day without paying to re-enter. If the pool closes for the day, however, we issue "rain checks", subject to manager approval.

Is there a specific time for adult lap swimming?
Yes, 8:00am-10:00am Tuesday through Saturday. Also during open swim days, the pool is cleared of children the last 15 minutes of every hour so that adults may swim.

Do I have to be a Polk County resident to swim at the pool?
No, anyone may swim as long you pay the entry fee or have a pool pass.

Can I bring lunch or other food into the pool?
YES! You may bring food and drinks from home (no glass containers) and consume them at either picnic area.