A pool just closed for contamination; now what?

The contaminated pool will re-open once we have treated the affected area.  Treatment can include letting the pool cycle through the filters for 30-45 minutes, or we may have to shock a pool with chemical, which could also take 30-45 minutes.   In extreme cases, some contamination can close a pool for the day.  Thankfully, there are other pools that you can utilize until the contaminated pool re-opens. We do not issue refunds for pool contamination.

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1. Are water wings allowed?
2. Why are lazy river tubes allowed? They are filled with air.
3. Are noodles allowed?
4. Is diving allowed?
5. I just want to watch my child; can I enter the facility to watch them?
6. If I exit the facility, can I re-enter at a later time?
7. Do you have a maximum capacity?
8. I have a swim diaper; why must I also purchase a plastic pant?
9. A pool just closed for contamination; now what?
10. Can I bring my own food in to the facility?
11. Are barbecue grills allowed?
12. There is bad weather; can I get a refund?
13. What is your weather policy?