Pool

Wills Park Pool

1815 Old Milton Pkwy
Alpharetta, GA 30009
678-297-6108
Park Rules

 


2022 Grand Opening Day – Saturday, May 28!

 

Welcome to Wills Park Pool! Amenities include a leisure pool with zero-depth entry, interactive play stations and a water slide, plus a 10-lane competition pool with depths from 4 feet – 12.5 feet, and two diving boards (1-meter, 3-meter). 

Other features include an aquatics center, locker rooms, deck space, and a lifeguard training room.  

Enjoy a Splashtacular summer season of FUN at the pool! 

 

WILLS PARK POOL FAQ’s- SUMMER 2022

GENERAL POOL HOURS

May 28-Aug 7 Open Daily

Aug 8 – Sep 5 Open Sat & Sun Only

NEW! MONDAY IS ALPHARETTA RESIDENTS ONLY: to check your residency prior to coming to the pool go to https://alphagis.alpharetta.ga.us/AlphaGIS/ 

 

DAYS:                         LEISURE POOL:                   COMPETITION POOL:

Sat                               10am-8pm                                           12-8pm

Sun                              12-6pm                                                12 - 6pm

Mon / Resident DAY  12 - 5pm                                              12 - 5pm

Tue & Thu                   10am-8pm                                           12-8pm

Wed & Fri                    12-8pm                                                12-8pm

 

SPECIAL SUMMER HOURS

May 30/ July 4/ September 5: 12-7pm

JUNE – Pool will close at 3:30pm on Thursdays June 2nd, June 23rd and June 28th for Sharks Swim Team home meets.

 

DAILY FEES:

GENERAL ADMISSION $8/person daily

RESIDENT ADMISSION $5/person daily*

CHILD AGE 3 & UNDER FREE (Children 3 and under must wear a swim diaper at all times.)

GENERAL ADMISSION ADULT AGE 55+ $2/person daily

RESIDENT DISCOUNT ADULT AGE 55+ $1/person daily*

*Alpharetta resident only; proof of residency required (driver’s license, state issued ID, utility bill) to receive the Resident Discount. To check your residency prior to arrival, go to https://alphagis.alpharetta.ga.us/AlphaGIS/

 

POOL PASSES:

FAMILY: $200 Resident; $300 Non-Resident

Pass good for 4 family members. Additional family members $35 each.

INDIVIDUAL: $90 Resident; $135 Non-Resident

 

SPECIAL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

Jun 12 /Jul 17/ Aug 21 – Adaptive Swim Nights, 6-8pm FREE

Jun 18 – HERO Day, 2-5pm Pool admission fee; pass-holders free

Jun 19/Jul 24/ Aug 7- YMCA Swim Clinics, 6:30-8:30pm FREE

Jul 16 – Teen Only FUN Night, 8-10:30pm Ages 13-19 Pool admission fee; pass-holders free

SENIOR (55+) SWIM & ADULT (18+) LAP SWIM  

Competition pool; two lanes for lap swim 

No lap swim on Memorial Day (May 30) or Jul 4 

DATES: DAYS: TIMES:    

May 16-Jul 16 Mon, Sat 8:30-11:30am 

Jul 18- Sep 24 Mon, Wed, Sat 8:30-11:30am  

 

WATER AEROBICS 

Water aerobics held in competition pool shared with lap swim 

No class on Memorial Day (May 30) or Jul 4 

DATES: DAYS: TIMES: 

May 16-Jul 16 Mon, Sat 9-10am 

Jul 18- Sep 24 Mon, Wed, Sat 9-10am  

 

WATER FITNESS 

This is a deep water, high intensity aqua aerobics class. 

No class on Memorial Day (May 30) or Jul 4 

AGES 12+ 

DATES: DAYS: TIMES: 

May 16-Jul 16 Mon, Sat 10:15-11:15am 

Jul 18- Sep 24 Mon, Wed, Sat 10:15-11:15am  

 

COST: Daily Admission Rates apply for all programs

 

 

GENERAL POOL RULES

1. Participants must purchase a daily pass or have permission to enter the pool area from management. Families and individuals must show summer pool pass card to enter without paying.

2. Participants age twelve (12) and under must be accompanied by a parent or adult sitter (age 18 and older). NO EXCEPTIONS.

3. No boats, canoes, floats or crafts of any kind will be allowed in the pool during normal operation. Personal flotation devices must be Coast Guard approved. Lifejacket are available for use.

4. A swim test administered by supervising lifeguard may be required before entering deep water.

5. Non-swimmers will be given a wrist band to alert lifeguards that they should not be going off of the diving boards. If you cannot swim or are not a strong swimmer, DO NOT go into the deep end of the competition pool or off the diving boards and be aware that the shallow end slops to the deep; do not go past the safety life line. Personal responsibility is the key to safety at the pool. 6. Non-swimmers are allowed in the leisure pool.

7. Children 3 and under must wear a water diaper at all times.

8. Parents are responsible for the supervision of their children at all times. Lifeguards are a layer of service, but YOU are their best line of safety. Keep your eyes on your children; only takes a second….watch your children!

9. Persons showing the slightest evidence of being under the influence of drugs or intoxicants will NOT be permitted in the pool area.

10. Profane or abusive language will not be permitted.

11. Glass containers and food are prohibited in the pool area. Coolers may be brought in, but food and candy must be eaten at the tables in the concession area. Absolutely NO balloons on the pool deck or in the pool building.

12. No sitting or standing on pool ladders, lifelines or steps.

13. Diving in the deep end is permitted with entries and swimmers going one way only.

 

3 meter dive – swim to far ladder; 1 meter dive – swim to ladder closest to board

Diving is prohibited unless there is a guard in the stand closest to the diving boards. For the safety of all, the diver must be touching a ladder before the next person is allowed to dive.

14. Emergency equipment is to be used by the pool staff only.

15. No back flips or dives are permitted off the side of the pool.

16. Children are not permitted to jump into pool with arm floats or life vests.

17. Alcohol and tobacco products are prohibited in all parks and on all city property.

18. Swimming is prohibited when a lifeguard is not on duty.

19. All patrons are subject to search. All weapons (guns, knives, etc.) are prohibited.

20. Proper swimwear is required. No “thong” or “Brazilian” swimsuits are allowed. The Pool Manager will determine the appropriateness of any questionable swimwear.

 

A FINAL NOTE:

The pool is a fun place for everyone, but safety is the top priority.

PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY IS KEY….

-WATCH YOUR CHILDREN AT ALL TIMES…Put your phone, book, magazine away and watch. If they can’t see you, you can’t see them.

-If you cannot swim or aren’t a strong swimmer do not go in the deep end of the competition pool or off the diving boards.

-SAFETY= FUN FOR ALL!