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Yes, however, if your child is under the age of 8 years old or 48 inches tall they must be directly supervised in the water by someone 18 years of age or older. Our lifeguards are not to directly supervise individual children. Call the Aquatic Center at 314-739-5535 for more information.
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Unfortunately we have a limited number of lockers for use in our facility. Therefore all items must be taken with you when you leave. For your security we ask that you bring a lock or check one out at our front desk. Call the Aquatic Park at 314-739-5535 for more information.
The outdoor pool is six lanes wide and is 45 feet and 2 inches. View more information about the Aquatic Park.
The lanes are 75 feet long or approximately 22.86 meters. View more information about the Aquatic Park.
To swim one mile you will need to swim 70.4 laps. View more information about the Aquatic Park.
Yes, the pools are available to rent, but we are a public facility so rentals must be scheduled around public pool times (after 8 p.m. at the outdoor pool). Learn more about renting the pools.
Swim diapers are required for all children under 3 years of age, and those over three years of age who are not potty trained. View more information about the Aquatic Center.
Yes, swim diapers may be purchased at the concession stand at the outdoor pool, or at the front desk of the Bridgeton Community Center.
All efforts are made to keep the indoor pool temperature around 84 to 85 degrees. View more information about the pools.
No, you must bring your own towels. Call the pool at 314-739-5535 with any questions or more information.
Yes, lockers are available free of charge. For the indoor pool, you may bring your own lock or check one out at the front desk of the Bridgeton Community Center. For the Family Aquatic Park you must have two quarters which will be returned when you return the key to the locker. Call the Aquatic Park at 314-739-5535 for more information.
The shallow end of the indoor pool is four feet deep; the deep end is 13 feet deep. Swimming adults are required for children under 48 inches tall. View more information about the pool.
The outdoor pool has a zero depth entry so the depth of the outdoor pool ranges from 0 feet at the zero depth entry to 12 feet 6 inches in the deep end. The majority of the pool is around 3 feet6 inches. View more information about the outdoor pool.
Food is not allowed at the pools.
Diapers are designed to absorb liquid. Disposable diapers have been known to explode and contaminate pool water.
Yes, as long as you have an appropriate suit under the T-shirt.
Unfortunately, the pool schedule changes seasonally. Please refer to our current activity guide (PDF) for a current list of pool hours.