Louisa County Aquatic Facility 2021

LCAF will open under these modified COVID 19 guidelines

Anyone who enters the facility, whether swimming or not, MUST pay the admission fee.

The Louisa County Aquatic Facility will be opening this summer with a modified schedule and revised operational plan to ensure the safety of our guests and staff. We will follow state and local rules, CDC guidelines, and published industry best practices for the safe and effective operation of an outdoor community aquatic facility. LCAF will be open Mondays through Sundays from 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. Our ability to offer a safe and enjoyable experience this summer is dependent on every guests understanding and adhering to these operational guidelines.

Reservations: LCAF no longer requires reservations. Simply show up and pay CASH to enter.

Admission:  All guests entering the Aquatic Facility are required to pay the admission fee. Children age 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Weather related closures will be rescheduled if they impact more than 50 percent of the reserved booking time.

Staff Safety Measures: Our staff will follow safety practices to protect their health and the health of all of our guests. They will be trained on the safe and effective operation of the facility. Aquatic Facility staff will work in defined pods to limit crossover contact. Hand sanitizer, soap, and cleaning products will be widely available for staff and participants. There will be a manager on each shift who is the designated Safety Captain responsible for working with members to ensure that rules and safety measures are being followed. 

Concessions: We will operate the Concessions Area with limited food items for purchase in order to reduce the risks associated with shared high-touch areas. Concession counter will be wiped down after each customer is served. 

Pool and Pool Deck: LCAF staff will be responsible for cleaning and arranging the deck furniture between each shift. Guests should be respectful of one another’s space and observe appropriate social distancing, even when in the pool. The lounge chairs and pool furniture have been appropriately spaced and guests may not move or arrange the furniture. Each grouping of furniture is to be used by one individual or family only. For sanitary reasons, we are not currently offering a Lost & Found service. Unfortunately, this means that any item left at the Aquatic Facility will be disposed of at the end of the shift. The operation of the Baby Pool and Fountain may or may not be usable based on CDC Guidelines. The occupancy of the locker rooms are limited; maximum allowed in room will be posted. 

Additional Louisa County Aquatic Facility Rules
*Bathing suit is required for all swimmers, including infants. No cut-offs or thongs permitted.
*All youth 14 years of age and under MUST be accompanied by a paying adult 18 years of age or older to enter facility. Youth ages 6 years of age and under must be within arms reach of parent/guardian at all times.
*Diaper-aged children must wear tight fitting rubber pants or bathing suit over diaper or a “little swimmer”.
*To protect your health and that of other swimmers, you may not use the pool if you have an open wound or communicable disease (chicken pox, pink eye, poison ivy, etc.)
*Patrons may not bring food and beverages into pool facility. All food/candy/drink is to be consumed in designated areas only.
*No gum permitted on pool deck or in the water.
*Keep a close eye on your belongings. Louisa County Parks, Recreation & Tourism is NOT responsible for lost/stolen items.
*Smoking is permitted in designated areas outside the pool facility only; this includes all tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
*To prevent injuries, running and other dangerous activities are not permitted.
*No diving from pool side.
*Flotation devices, masks, snorkels, fins, or toys are permitted at lifeguard’s discretion. No rafts or large inner tubes.
*Hourly adult swim is for adults 18 years of age and older.
*No competitive breath-holding or prolonged underwater swimming permitted.
*No foul or abusive language or public displays of affection.
*No refunds due to inclement weather.
*Please shower before entering the pool.
*No alcoholic beverages are permitted on any County property.
*Aquatic staff is responsible for enforcing all pool rules; willful or repeated violators will be escorted from the premises.