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Updated 7/7/2020: According to an order from Governor Tom Wolf, masks are to be worn outdoors when social distancing is not possible.
This includes at the Township Waterpark, where masks should be worn while entering the facility and when speaking with any staff member. Masks should also be worn on the in other areas if social distancing is not possible.
Please help keep other guests and staff safe by bringing your own mask when visiting the Waterpark.
However, if you plan to swim, and you are not a member, you will be asked to pay the additional person fee. Admission is valid for the entire day.
Only Members may purchase Guest Passes for $6. (Prices have increased $1, across the Board.) Residents entering through Daily Admission are not able to purchase Guest Passes.
Guests do not have to be residents, but they must be a guest of a member.
Yes, non-residents may buy a membership.
Several options are available including full refund or transferring membership to 2021 season. Call Parks & Recreation, 724-779-4386 for details.
A “re-purchase” for non-residents is not permitted.
Yes. Gates open to non-members at 11:30 AM.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs to help with sanitation efforts. A small number of deck chairs are available.
If the Waterpark is at capacity, both members and residents must wait for someone to exit before they can enter.
Yes. Lines will be split into members and daily admission.
After 11:30 AM, members and residents will have equal access to admittance.
If the Waterpark is near capacity, the information will be communicated via the Waterpark Facebook page.
No outside food is permitted. Lunch Box sized cooler bags are permitted. The concession stand will have limited food offerings available.
At this time, lap swimming is not scheduled.
Noodle Nights will continue every Friday evening, but you must bring your own noodle.
Birthday parties and deck rentals are available, with precautionary measures in place.
Yes, under strict CDC guidelines.