WELCOME TO THE MIDLOTHIAN OUTDOOR POOL!
We’re glad you’ve joined our outdoor pool this summer and we can’t wait for you to share in tons of fun and games in our outdoor pools!
The outdoor pool at the Midlothian Family YMCA is available for a separate purchase for YMCA members and non-members. (The indoor pool is included with your YMCA membership year-round.)
Registration for Early Bird is Open!
Early Bird Prices (available April 1 – 30)
Regular Pricing (available May 1 – July 17)
HOURS AND EVENTS
Weekdays: 11:30 a.m. – 7:45 p.m.
Weekend: 10 a.m. – 7:45 p.m.
We will open the outdoor pool to the maximum allowed capacities based on the Executive Orders from the Governor’s Office that ensure a safe experience for our members and guests. We aim to have these updates by May 1 and will communicate a plan at that time.
We are currently not allowing guests at this time.
The YMCA will close the pool in the event of inclement weather if the safety of our members and guests is at risk. While we will try to “wait out the storm”, the pool will remain closed for 30 minutes after each lightning strike or clap of thunder. For more information on the Inclement Weather Policy, see our Information Packet at the bottom of this page.
Swim tests assist our lifeguards in more quickly identifying the swimmers who can be in different areas of the pool. Our swim test consists of jumping in the water, treading water for 15 seconds, and swimming 25 yards.
- Swimmers under the age of 12 must successfully complete the swim test in order to swim in deep water (chest depth or greater) or use the slides and diving boards.
- Green Bands will be given to swimmers completing the test in a prone position with forward movement, propellant kick and rhythmic breathing
- Red Bands will be given if the swimmer cannot complete the swim test. He/she must wear the red band and remain in the designated shallow area under the direct supervision of a responsible adult.
- Weak and non-swimmers must wear a Coast Guard approved lifejacket and have a parent in the water with them.
A Lifejacket can be removed if the child is under direct supervision of a responsible adult who is in the water with them.
Adults with multiple children of weak/non swimming ability must maintain prudent supervision and be in the water with the non-swimmer children. The lifeguard has the authority to require that lifejackets be worn.
The Lifeguard has the authority to swim test anyone and ask them to swim in a designated area of the pool and wear a Coast Guard approved lifejacket.
Green or red bands will be issued by lead aquatic staff after swim test. Please be sure to keep you band for the next time you attend the pool. If a band is lost, we will issue one band to the child again, if lost a second time there will be a fee of $2.
For a complete list of pool rules, click here.