YOUNG KIDS & BABY POOL RULES
All children under the age of 9 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult (16+) while at OPP.
Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied in the bathrooms at all times.
The baby pool area is for use by children who are 5 or younger, and their supervising adults (16+).
All non-swimmers must be within arm’s reach of an adult swimmer (16+) at all times, and are the responsibility of their adult guardian.
The ratio of children to guardians in the pool should be one to one.
A person of any age is considered to be a “swimmer” if they are able to complete one lap of strong swimming. A lifeguard will administer this test and has full discretion to decide if it has been passed.
If the lifeguard determines that a non-swimmer does not have adequate supervision or that unsafe conditions exist, they have the discretion to prohibit further pool use until adequate supervision becomes available and/or the unsafe conditions are resolved.
Swim diapers are required for all children not toilet trained. Those responsible for accidents in the pool will be fined.