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amenities Lap Pool


• 6-lane, 25-yard pool • Underwater lights • ADA accessible


family aquatic center rules


General Rules • Contagious diseases and infections put all pool users at risk. Individuals with these health problems are asked to not use the facility. Band-Aids of any kind are not permitted.


Leisure Pool • 105-foot long water slide • Water vortex • Zero-depth splash area • Water play features • Exercise lane


• Food and beverages are allowed in the concession area only. • Children ages 10 or younger must be accompanied by an adult/guardian age 16 or older at all times. • For the health of our patrons, smoking is prohibited inside the Family Recreation Center. • All patrons entering the Aquatic Center pool deck must take showers. • Patrons should make special needs known to Aquatic Center staff, and attempts will be made to meet these needs. • Running, boisterous or rough play is not tolerated. • Street shoes are discouraged on the pool deck. • Swim diapers and swim suit must be worn when in the water. • Alcoholic beverages are prohibited at the Aquatic Center, and inside the Family Recreation Center. • Glass containers, soap, lotion or other material, which might create hazardous conditions or interfere with the efficient operation of the swimming pool, are not permitted in the pool or on the deck.


• Metal objects, eyeglasses or jewelry are not permitted on the slide. • Patrons must be 42 inches tall to ride the slide. • Individuals using the slide are asked to slide feet first only. Chain riding is prohibited. • Elderly persons, those suffering from heart disease or high blood pressure and persons using prescription medication should consult their physicians before using the whirlpool and water slide.


• Pregnant women are not permitted on the water slide. • All swim apparel worn in the Aquatic Center must be clean. • Diving in shallow water is not permitted. • Patrons must obey lifeguards at all times. • Patrons ages 15 and younger are not allowed in the whirlpool. • Portions of the Aquatic Center may be closed at the discretion of management. • Additional rules may be added by management if necessary.


Lap Lane Rules Spa


• 10-person whirlpool • Multiple interactive jets • Underwater multi color light


Please select your lane carefully: • Lane availability varies according to other scheduled classes, and an empty lane may not be available. Choose a lane with swimmers exercising at a similar pace as you; instead of the lane with the fewest swimmers.


• Change lanes if you switch to a slower stroke. • Be prepared to switch lanes if the pool becomes busy or speeds do not match that of the other swimmers.


Keep to the right: • If there are only two swimmers, line swimming is permitted. • If a third swimmer enters a lane and wants to circle swim, all swimmers must circle swim. • When circle swimming, swim counter clockwise. • Slower swimmers should stay to the right and allow passing on the left. Refusing someone passers can be rude and dangerous.


General Aquatic Features • Multipurpose party room • Men’s/Women’s locker rooms • Granite showers • Water noodles and balls • Private rentals • Group rates and birthday parties • Numerous events and programs • Climbing Wall


Be courteous: • Let other swimmers know when you get into their lane. • Do not use kickboards, fins, or pull buoys when they will interfere with other swimmers. • If your stroke interferes with other swimmers, you may be asked to switch strokes.


The Lifeguard is in authority: • Our trained, certified lifeguards ensure the safety of all swimmers. If a lifeguard asks you to move to another lane, please do not be insulted or argue with the lifeguard.


New Evergreen Bank Location Coming Soon to the Hinsdale Area.


• Coffee Lounge • Golf Simulator • Shoe Shines • Community Room • And more


Anticipated late summer 2016 Your community. We’re all in. 26 OAK BROOK PARK DISTRICT | www.obparks.org 1 Grant Square, Hinsdale, IL 60521


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