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Make Some Summer Memories

Experience a summer of fun at this community pool!

Passes are on sale now for Summer 2022! The Riverside Swimming Pool is operated by the Findlay Family YMCA in partnership with the City of Findlay. 

The Riverside Pool features lap swimming lanes, diving boards, a water slide, and a splash pad - perfect for the entire family! Spend the whole day at the pool with our on-site concession stand.

Pool Hours

Monday - Friday:

11 am - 1 pm: Lap Swim, Camps, and Daycares

1 - 7 pm: Open Swim

Saturday - Sunday:

12 - 6 pm: Open Swim

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Pool Passes

Season Passes for Members/Non-Members

Purchased before May 21st 

Youth: $35/$40

Adult: $60/$70

Family: $95/$120

Purchased on May 21st or after:

Youth: $45/$50

Adult: $80/$90

Family: $135/$160

 

Day Passes

$3 for youth, $5 for adult

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Pool Maintenance

Call the City of Findlay Public Works at 419-424-7181.

Staff

The YMCA aquatic team is trained and poised to deliver a great pool experience for all under the leadership of Aquatics director George Leatherman.

George Leatherman, YMCA Aquatic Director - GLeatherman@FindlayYMCA.com or 419-422-4424 Ext. 11.

Rules

Main Pool (50 meter):

  • No one under the age of 13 is allowed to enter the facility without an adult 18 years of age or older.

  • The public can swim in the lap lanes IF: they are an adult, and they are swimming laps. They are to swim in the lanes marked for Lap Swim Only.

  • No horseplay which includes: Pushing, dunking, wrestling, excessive splashing.

  • No hanging or playing on the ropes.

  • ONLY FORWARD JUMPING from the side of the pool! No running and jumping, no jumping backwards, no twists, NO FRONT/BACK flips!

  • No running.

  • No eating or drinking in the pool.

  • No throwing the ball across the pool area.

  • NO CHICKEN (people on other people’s shoulders).

  • No playing on ladders.

  • No rafts.

  • Anyone under the age of 18 must to be behind the yellow line and not at the edge of the pool during breaks.

  • Adults 18 and over may swim during Safety Breaks.

  • Children/adults are NOT to climb on the lifeguard chairs.

Diving Well:

  • Children must take a swim test before jumping off the diving boards. Swim test may only be given at break time. To pass a swim test, the swimmer must jump off the side, swim the width of the pool, and tread water for a minute.

  • One person on the diving board ladder at a time.

  • One BOUNCE.

  • No running on boards.

  • Jump straight forward from the boards, not to the side.

  • No floatation devices on boards (including arm, back floats and lifejackets).

  • No INWARD dives! (diving towards the board)

  • No sailor dives (no hands).

  • Must swim to the ladders, NOT the end of the pool.

  • No swimmers during break times.

  • The only people in the pool should be people diving.

  • No chicken.

  •  No cowboy.

  • NO GOGGLES.

Baby Pool (with slide):

  • No playing on the ladders.

  • ONLY FORWARD JUMPING! No running and jumping, no jumping backwards, no twists, NO FRONT/BACK flips!

  • No running.

  • No eating or drinking in the pool.

  • No throwing the ball across the pool area.

  • Only children who can’t walk can be in during breaks!

  • Children need to be sitting on the outside of the yellow line and not at the edge of the pool during breaks.

  • Slide: Go down the slide feet first.

  • Slide: No parents in the pool catching kids.

  • Slide: Limited number of children on the ladder.

  • Slide: No swimming in the slide area.