The pool will maintain regularly scheduled hours through August 16
after which we will be closed Monday through Friday.
We will be open weekend hours as scheduled each Saturday and Sunday.
Labor Day weekend we will be open regular hours Friday, Sept. 4 – Monday, Sept. 7
at which time the pool closes for the season.
We will schedule pool parties weekends only beginning August 17 – September 3rd.
Available dates will be Aug. 22,23, 29 & 30 and Labor Weekend September 4, 5 & 6.
109 City Park Road; (573) 346-2355
Opening Day: Saturday before Memorial Day
The water ranges in depth from zero entry to 4'6". There is a 2½ story spiral slide for the brave at heart, a bubble bench for relaxing, an interactive play area for the little ones, a water-spinning vortex and open areas for general play and lap swimming. The restrooms offer handicapped accessible showers and dressing areas. The concession stand has a variety of food, candy, ice cream and drinks.
|Monday - Saturday||11 AM - 6 PM|
|Sunday||Noon - 5 PM|
Air temperature must reach 70° to open
|12 and Under||$3.00|
|13 and Over||$4.00|
Children age 9 and under must be supervised by an
adult at all times
Pool Parties can be paid for at City Hall or the Aquatic Center if open. They may be scheduled for Monday- Saturday 6 PM - 8 PM and Sunday from 5 PM - 7 PM and 7 PM - 9 PM.
|Pool Party Prices:|
|Up to 50 Guests||$125.00|
|51 - 75 Guests||$150.00|
|76 - 100 Guests||$175.00|
|Over 100 Guests||$175.00 + $2.50 per additional guest|
|Cleaning Deposit||$50.00 (refundable if pool area left clean)|
Season Passes may be purchased at City Hall or the Aquatic Center.
|Season Pass Prices:|
|Family Pass||$185.00 for 3 - 5 members, $25.00 for each additional member|
Swim Lessons – Three Sessions will be offered June 15-26; July 6-17; and July 20-31 Mon/Wed/Fri between 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM. Our swim lessons adhere to American Red Cross standards, and are conducted by our provider, Karen Osborn, a certified ARC instructor. For complete information about swim lessons contact Karen directly by clicking here: Karen Osborn.