Pools and Splash Pads
Important information regarding summer pool season and covid-19
MODIFIED HOURS OF OPERATION | AUGUST 4 - AUG 30
- MONDAY: CLOSED
- TUESDAY - FRIDAY: 6:30AM - 9AM, LAP SWIM | 1PM - 6PM
- SATURDAY: 10AM - 2PM & 3PM - 7PM
- SUNDAY: 1PM - 6PM
|SEPTEMBER DATES||HOURS OF OPERATION|
|SEPTEMBER 5||10AM - 2PM & 3PM - 7PM|
|SEPTEMBER 6||1PM - 6PM|
|SEPTEMBER 7||10AM - 2PM & 3PM - 7PM|
Clarksville Parks & Recreation have reopened Swan Lake and Bel-Aire pools.
The changes will limit capacity, allow for social distancing, and increase cleaning and sanitation procedures. Changes include:
- Cloth face covers are required when on the decks and in other common areas. However, wearing a cloth face cover is not allowed while in the water.
- No summer pool memberships are available this summer. Instead, daily admission tickets will be sold to maintain appropriate occupancy levels. Tickets may be purchased online in advance through ClarksvilleParksRec.com. Current pool memberships will be honored, but an online admission ticket (at no charge) is required.
- Admission tickets for recreational swim are $3 for a four-hour block from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or 3-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday. One time block for recreational swim is available on Sundays from 1-6 p.m. A limited number of tickets will be available for each block.
- Lap swim will be available at Swan Lake Pool during the hours of 6:30-9 a.m., Monday-Friday, and should also be purchased online in advance.
- Slides, climbing walls and inflatables will not be in operation.
- Patrons are asked to self-screen for fever, cough, shortness of breath, and other COVID-19 indicators, and should not attend the pools if they have any of these symptoms.
- Social distancing guidelines will be in place for pool decks and in the water.
- Staff frequently will clean and disinfect surfaces such as water fountains, picnic tables and restroom fixtures. Hand sanitizer and soap and water for handwashing will be available.
- A limited concessions menu will be offered. Debit/credit cards are strongly encouraged as forms of payment for any transactions.
City splash pads will remain closed.