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Recreation Swim

Families are welcome to enjoy shallow areas during this all ages Rec Swim. All babies and toddlers under 4 must wear a swim diaper (no regular diapers allowed in the pool). All patrons must pay (even non-swimmers). Capacity limits enforced due to distancing and/or staffing limitations. Shallow lanes not available for lap swim/exercise during Rec Swim sessions. All ages; shallow and deep end areas open.

No more than 2 children (8 & under) per adult. Children 8 & under must be always supervised and within arms’ reach by the adult. Children 9-12 may have a supervising adult within the facility. Ages 13- 17 may attend Recreation Swim if parent provides signed waiver. Personal Floatation devices (PFDs) are available to borrow, or you may use your own if it’s Coast Guard approved Type I or II. See more rules and requirements >

Adults: Resident:$7 / Non-Resident: $8.75

Child: Resident:$4 / Non-Resident: $5

COVID Safety: Proof of vaccination or negative test, and photo ID, and/or masks may be required. Protocols are subject to change based on community spread levels.

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Pool Holiday Closures: 1/16, 2/20. Tot Splash @ RSC on 2/7 changed to 6-7:30pm. Plunge closed 2/18 from 1:30-3:30pm and 3/10 from 4-7pm. Richmond Swim posts in advance when the pools are scheduled to be closed. Please check the website for dates. Due to Lifeguard shortages, if Lifeguards are unexpectedly ill or injured, we may need to close without notice for some shifts.

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Sat February 4, 2023
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Richmond Plunge 1 E. Richmond Ave Richmond
$4-$8.75 Cash or check per swimmer; $2-$2.50 per non-swimmer
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Contact: Richmond Plunge 510-620-6820

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Categories: Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the activity organizer or venue as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.
COVID-19 Coronavirus note: Please be mindful of “social distancing” strategies and always wear a mask to events with other people.

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