Who is considered a Resident?
» Anyone who lives within the boundaries of the Holland Public School District contributes to the Aquatic Center operation in their taxes and is considered a resident. Residents receive discounted rates for daily fees, memberships, facility rentals, and program registrations.
How can I show that I am a resident?
» Just bring a valid ID with you and show it at our front desk. Acceptable forms of ID include: a government issued driver’s license or state ID, a rental or lease agreement, or a tax bill. Documentation must include your name and the resident address.
Do I have to be a resident to use the Aquatic Center?
» No, everyone is welcome to use the Aquatic Center!
Who is considered a “Senior”?
» Anyone who is 62 or older is considered a senior and is eligible for our discounted senior membership and single visit rates.
Who may be included on my family membership?
» A “family” for membership purposes is defined as two adults residing in the same dwelling and their children (dependents) of whom they have legal custody. This definition does not include other relatives whether living in the same dwelling or not. Identification may be required to determine a common address.
If I pay your single visit rate may I leave and come back again?
» The single visit rate is valid for one visit only. If you leave the facility you will be required to pay for re-entry.
Do you have a family changing room?
» Yes, we have a special needs locker area with changing rooms for families. Children 5 years and older must either use the gender appropriate locker rooms, or the family/special needs locker room to be assisted by an adult of the opposite gender.
Do I have to pay to go into the pool area even if I don’t want to swim?
» Yes. Anyone passing our front desk is required to pay admission. If you are attending with a child that is under 42″ tall, we require an adult guardian within arm’s reach of that child. If your children are at least 48” tall you are welcome to watch from our free viewing area in the upstairs bleachers.
Do you have food available?
» There is a snack machine in our lobby. Please enjoy snacks in the lobby before or after swimming. We don’t allow food in the locker area or pool area, so you should plan on eating before you come or after you leave.
Do you sell swim diapers for children who are not toilet trained?
» Yes. We require either a swim diaper or a cloth diaper with tight-fitting rubber pants for children who are not toilet-trained. Swim diapers are available to purchase for $2 at our front desk.
Do you have lockers?
» Yes, but there are no locks on them. You may bring a lock from home, rent one for a charge of $1, or buy a lock to keep for $10. We ask that you do not store your items overnight. Rental lockers are available for long term use for members that purchase a 12 month membership. Check with our front desk for more information!
Do you rent out swim suits and towels?
» Towels are available for a $1 rental charge. We do not rent swim suits.
May I wear a t-shirt over my swim suit in the pool?
» Swim suits are required – leotards, cutoff shorts, and cotton t-shirts will not be allowed. Swim shirts made out of nylon, spandex, or polyester are allowed.
Do you allow life jackets?
» Yes, we allow only US Coast Guard approved life jackets. You may bring your own USCG approved life jacket or rent one at our front desk for $2.