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The Colorado Health Department requires that all guests using the Aquatic Center take a head to toe soap shower before entering swimming pools. This helps reduce contaminates in the pool water from sweat, body oils, lotions, etc. For more information, contact us at 970-384-6301.
The Aquatic Center is a state of the art facility. It was designed and constructed based on the current aquatic industry standards and practices. As the aquatic industry standards and practices change so does the construction and design of new aquatic facilities. This is why there are differences in the appearance, design, construction, and safety precautions and guidelines compared to other area pools. For more information, contact us at 970-384-6301.
The Glenwood Springs Aquatic Center requires all guests who are incontinent and/or not toilet trained to wear a swim diaper and tight fitting plastic or rubber pants. When regular diapers become immersed in water the gel used to absorb urine and fecal matter. A swim diaper is designed not to disintegrate while swimming like a regular diaper but does not prevent urine or fecal matter from entering the water. When the swim diaper is combined with tight fitting plastic or rubber pants the fecal matter is contained and is less likely to contaminate the swimming pool water with the bacteria that can cause several illnesses such as Pseudomonas, Hepatitis, Giardia, Legionella, Staphylococci, or Cryptosporidium. For more information, contact us at 970-384-6301.
The Colorado Health Department requires all guests using the swimming pool wear lined swim suits. Lined swim suits are more sanitary than regular clothing. Wearing lined swim suits helps in protecting guests from debris and contaminants that may be on regular clothing. In addition, t-shirts or pants restrict a guest’s ability to effectively move through the water.
The Aquatic Center staff also recommends that small children wear thermal swim suits or swim suits that cover more body area. Since the body mass is drastically different than adults or older children heat loss is greater. We suggest that your child wear a hat to prevent heat loss. Before and after your child swims, we recommend keeping them warm with a hooded terry cloth robe or towel. For more information, contact us at 970-384-6301.
The water slide manufacturer requires that all users of the water slide be a minimum height of 48 inches to prevent the guest from being seriously injured. In addition, the splash down area of the leisure pool is three feet six inches or 42 inches deep. A person under 48 inches cannot comfortably keep their airway above the water when exiting, due to the extreme force of the water from the slides water. For more information, contact us at 970-384-6301.
The water slide manufacturer requires that all guests use the slide one person at a time, feet first on the back. This prevents the potential injury to the neck or back. When a guest uses the slide with a child on their lap, it increases the risk of the guest to have a neck or back injury in addition to the child potentially slipping off the person and becoming severely injured. The flow of the water slide also increases the potential of injury when more than one guest uses the slide at a time and can result in multiple guests becoming injured. For more information, contact us at 970-384-6301.
The Aquatic Center has safety guidelines to ensure the health and safety of all our guests. We strive to maintain a clean, healthy and safe aquatic environment. Safety guidelines are posted and strictly enforced to keep our guests and their families safe when visiting the Aquatic Center. For more information, contact us at 970-384-6301.
Riders must be 48 inches tall to ride the slide. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
The child needs to be 10 years old and have completed a swim test to be in the Aquatic Center by themselves. Any child between the ages 8 and 9 can be in the pool by themselves but a guardian must be on the Aquatic Center deck. Any child 7 years and younger must be accompanied by a guardian who is in the water with the child and within arms reach of the child at all times. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
A Call for Art is an announcement that the City of Glenwood Springs is asking for submissions for a specific artwork.
The City of Glenwood Springs is accepting submissions for site specific artwork to be painted on the exterior of the city's Topeks (outdoor dining and gathering cubes). Submissions for the Better Together Mural Project will be accepted through May 5 at 11;49pm. An optional pre-bid meeting will take place on April 18 at 4pm. For more information about this Call for Art, please visit the Document Center or click on this Call for Art.
A Topek is an outdoor dining and gathering cube. The City of Glenwood Springs purchased these Topeks during the COVID-19 pandemic with the help of a generous grant from the Colorado Department of Transportation. According to Black Hound Design, the designers of the structure, the name Topek came from the design and intend being inspired by the Inuit Topek house.
Yes, beer / wine only, no exceptions, and is limited to a maximum of four (4) consecutive hours and must end at 10:30 p.m. No glass containers, alcohol must remain in rooms or patio area only, security may be required. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
Yes but you must complete the Special Event Liquor Permit; contact the City Clerk for application at 970-384-6403 please allow at least 60 days to permit. Security will be required at expense of sponsor.
Yes must be kept at reasonable levels, especially during hours of open operation to the public. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
11 p.m. You can then clean up and must be out by midnight. Extra staffing charges after regular closure hours will apply. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
Yes and a list of local caterers is available at request. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
Yes, for more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
100 Wulfsohn Road, Glenwood Springs CO 81601
Our address is:
100 Wulfsohn Road
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
We are off of Midland Avenue near Target, Petco and next door to the Residence Inn and Courtyard by Marriot.
Reservations to use the Community Center will be available:
Monday - Thursday | 6:00 am - 7:30 pm
Friday - Saturday | 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sunday | Closed
*Individual amenities have varied hours.
All Cancellations, for any reason, must be made five (5) business days prior to start date of program to receive a full household credit or a refund minus a $10 processing fee per activity. Activities that cost less than $10 cancelled outside five (5) days will only be given household credit. No transfers or substitutions will be accepted. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
All registrations for Recreation Programs is done online here.
14 times around the track makes one mile.
Yes beer / wine only, no exceptions, and is limited to a maximum of four (4) consecutive hours. No glass containers. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
Parks close at 10 p.m. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.
Yes, all dog's must be leashed at all time with the exception of the dog park.
Yes, Inflatables must be staked down and will require an appointment with City Parks Superintendent 10 business days prior to event for placement of stakes. Renters must provide proof of insurance with The City of Glenwood Springs as additional insured in the amount of $1 million. For more information contact us at 970-384-6301.