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             POOL


Leisure Lake's Heated  Indoor Olympic Size Pool

Leisure Lake Park takes great pride in our new indoor heated Olympic size pool.  Take a day or more with you and your family to enjoy this wonderful amenity.

POOL HOURS

Sunday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Monday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Tuesday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Wednesday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Thursday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Friday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Saturday 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

The new Pool Patio has been finished and is ready for use.  Here are a few rules for using this area.
The only entrance to the patio is through the pool building.  Please sign in if using the pool.
The gate in the fence is only for emergency use and is not to be used to enter the Patio or the Pool.
Food and Drink will be allowed in this Patio area but NO ALCOHOL or GLASS BOTTLES.
Remember there is still no Food or Drink allowed in the pool area.
Pick up your trash and put into trash can near entrance.
If reentering the pool, PLEASE SHOWER before reentering, at the outside shower.
This is to reduce the sweat and oil from going into the pool.
You must maintain control of your children in the pool while you are on the patio.

 

Leisure Lake Park Pool Regulations:

  • No Lifeguard is on duty; swim at your own risk. 
  • No Food or Drink is permitted in the pool area.
  • All Children under the age of fourteen (14) years of age must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult.
  • All persons entering the pool area must sign in.  Whether or not you are swimming, you must sign in.  Anyone caught in the pool area without signing in r will be suspended from the pool
  • All persons using the pool must take a shower before entering the pool.
  • Any person having an infectious or communicable disease is prohibited from using the pool.
  • Persons having open blisters, cuts, etc., are advised NOT to use the pool.
  • Spitting, spouting water, blowing the nose or discharging of bodily wastes in the pool is strictly prohibited.
  • Running, boisterous or rough play or excessive noise is forbidden in the pool area, showers, or dressing areas.
  • No blue jeans shorts and/or tee shirts will be permitted.  Official swim wear only.  Infants are NOT permitted in pool wearing diapers.
  • Approved flotation devices only.  (No Fun Noodles)
  • Dogs and other animals are not permitted in the pool building.
  • Management reserves the right to refuse admittance to or eject from the pool any persons failing to comply with any of the above health and safety regulations.
    Our pool is under 24 hour security with state of the art camera's in the pool area and the lobby.

          Any violation of the above rules could result in suspension.

With summer and the swim season in full swing, I wanted to remind you about the CPSC’s Pool Safely campaign’s Pool Safely Pledge, an online commitment to water safety that CPSC launched at the end of May. Ultimately, the campaign’s goal is for every adult and child in America to take the Pledge this summer.

Kids Play Pool Safely Game

 

Drowning is Preventable! Tips for Safety In and Around Water

Water safety awareness is something everyone should be concerned about all year long. It takes only inches of water for a small child to drown so taking extra safety steps at home and around pools, spas and all bodies of water can prevent drowning incidents.

Some facts about young children and drowning:

The majority of deaths and injuries in pools and spas involve children ages 1-2 and occur in residential settings.

Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death to children ages 1-4

Drownings occur when there is a short lapse in adult supervision

Little children drown quickly and silently

CPSC’s Pool Safely: Simple Steps Save Lives campaign recommends adopting and practicing as many water safety steps as possible. The following safety tips can help to keep children safe.

Rule # 1: Never leave a child unattended around a pool, spa, bath tub or any body of water

At pools, spas and other recreational waters:

Teach children basic water safety skills.

Learn how to swim and ensure your children know how to swim as well.

Avoid entrapment by keeping children away from pool drains, pipes and other openings.

Have a phone close by at all times when visiting a pool or spa.

If a child is missing, look for them in the pool or spa first, including neighbors’ pools or spas.

Share safety instructions with family, friends, babysitters and neighbors.

If you have a pool:

Install a 4-foot fence around the perimeter of the pool and spa, including portable pools.

Use self-closing and self-latching gates; ask neighbors to do the same if they have pools or spas.

If your house serves as the fourth side of a fence around a pool, install and use a door or pool alarm.

Maintain pool and spa covers in good working order.

Ensure any pool or spa you use has compliant drain covers; ask if you do not know.

Have life saving equipment such as life rings, floats or a reaching pole available and easily accessible

At home:

Always keep a young child within arm's reach in a bathtub. If you must leave, take the child with you.

Don't leave a baby or young child in a bathtub under the care of another young child.

Never leave a bucket or basin containing even a small amount of liquid unattended. Always empty

and store buckets where young children cannot reach them.

Consider placing locks on toilet seat covers in case a young child wanders into the bathroom. Visit www.PoolSafely.gov for more information. See CPSC’s latest submersion reports: Submersions

Learn how simple safety steps save lives in and around pools and spas.

Parents and families can build on their current safety systems at pools and spas by adopting additional water safety steps. Adding as many proven water safety steps as possible is the best way to assure a safe and fun experience, because you can never know which one might save a child’s life—until it does.


For Pool Service contact Matt at: M&G Pools.  Visit there web site at: www.mandgpools.com 


 

 

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     Last modified: 03/09/2016