COVID-19 Update

Back in the Pool Plan

The Forest Park Aquatic Center is currently open for the season!  

In order to provide a safe and positive experience for guests, Forest Park Aquatic Center asks all patrons to familiarize themselves with the Summer Swim Season 2020 FAQs included below as new procedures are in place and will continue to evolve over the swim season.

Social distancing measures will continue to be in effect at Forest Park Aquatic Center. Ongoing discussions with City of Noblesville officials and public health experts continue to ensure a safe and positive experience for swim patrons and to provide access to a valued community asset.

Thanks to a generous donation from the City of Noblesville, improvements and renovations at the Forest Park Aquatic Center are nearing completion of the initial phase and are already enhancing the visitor experience.

Stay tuned to this page, the Forest Park Aquatic Center Facebook page or subscribe to our eNewsletter below for updated information. For additional questions, contact us by phone at 317-773-4649.

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Summer Swim Season 2020 FAQ

The Forest Park Aquatic Center is committed to the health and safety of our staff and patrons and will comply with the recommendations of the Governor, the Indiana State Board of Health and timely internal management decision making as we begin the summer swim season.

In tandem with the City of Noblesville and Noblesville Parks vision and mission, the Forest Park Aquatic Center will be open and available to the community as a valuable summer recreation asset, and will rely on citizens to make educated choices in accordance with their personal well-being priorities. 

Of note, chlorine levels will be elevated this summer per CDC recommendations. Any swim patrons that are sensitive to chlorine are advised not to swim.

When will the pool be open for the season?

The Forest Park Aquatic Center will be open for the season June 3 until the beginning of the school year.

Are memberships still available for the 2020 swim season?

Yes, memberships are available. Visit the Membership page to complete the membership form.

If I purchased a membership, when I will be able to pick up my cards?

Membership cards will be available at the front gate starting Wednesday, June 3.

Do I need to sign a waiver?

Yes. All guests must sign a waiver in order to enter the facility. Guests may download and print the waivers prior to arrival to expedite the entry process.

Will there be any pool bathing load capacities in place during Indiana’s Back on Track plan?

In compliance with the Back on Track Indiana plan, Forest Park Aquatic Center will remain at a 50% capacity restriction. This procedure can be altered by management should conditions require an adjustment at any time.

How much are day passes?

Day passes are $6 from noon to 5 p.m. and $4 from 5 p.m. until close. Children under 1 are admitted free. We accept credit cards and cash. If paying by cash, we ask the patrons provide exact change to limit touching and expedite the process.

What are the hours the pool is open each day?

Monday – Thursdays Noon – 7 p.m.
Friday & Saturday Noon – 8 p.m.
Sunday Noon – 6 p.m.

Will there be any age restrictions?

Yes. No one under the age of 14 will be allowed to enter the facility without being accompanied by an adult.

Will my family have access to the locker room right now?

Yes. The locker rooms are now available for guest use.

Will bathrooms be available?

Yes. Our newly renovated restrooms are now open for guest use.

What can I bring into Forest Park Aquatic Center?

Life jackets and water wings will be allowed. Please do not bring pool floats, innertubes, rafts, etc.

Will deck chairs be available?

Not at the current time. Patrons can bring their own deck chairs, so long as they can be safely carried by one person.

Will all amenities at the pool be open?

At this time, all amenities are tentatively planned to be open starting July 4 except for the Aqua Zip’N™.

Will lap swimming be available?

Yes. There will be two 25 yard lap lanes available for public use. We ask that no more than three swimmers be in a lane at one time.

Will the concessions area be open?

Yes. Our concession stand will be open. We will not be providing fountain drinks — only cans and bottled water.

Can I bring my own private cooler?

Not at this time. We will not be allowing private coolers to be brought into the facility. Patrons can bring small, personal water bottles.

Is Morse Beach open?

Yes. Morse Beach is currently open.