Redwood Falls Aquatic Center

Adjusted Pool Hours – June 23

The Redwood Falls Aquatic Center will be closed at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, June 23rd.  Please enjoy the parade that evening!
Friday, June 23 from 1:30-6:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 24 FREE POOL PARTY 1:30-4:30 p.m. then 5:00 p.m. – Close regular fees will apply


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Zero Depth Entry Play AreaPool Web

The zero depth entry play area is a 3,986 sq. foot area that is loaded with wonderful play features for kids of all ages. A Tropical Fish Kiddie Slide, a Multi Play System V, a dozen floor geysers, an interactive water table, and a set of water dump buckets greet you as you enter the Aquatic Center. The depth of the water in this area ranges from 0” in the entry area to 3’ at its deepest end.

Diving Area

A three meter and one meter diving board as well as a 12’ Aquaclimb Climbing Wall challenge you as you enter the diving area. This area is a 1,560 sq. foot area that ranges in depth from 5’ to 12’. This area of the pool is open to adults and children who have passed level 2 swimming lessons.

Plunge Area

This area acts as the drop site for two 31’5” high slides. The first slide is a 42” Open Body Flume Slide that is 214’9” long with the second slide being a 32” Enclosed Body Flume Slide that is 143’4” long. Participants must be at least 48” tall to go down the slides by themselves or they must be accompanied by an adult. This area is 860 sq. feet and has a depth of 3’6”.

Swimming & Lap Swim Area

The 25 yard swimming area is a 3,292 sq. foot area with water depth ranging from 3’6” to 5’. This area of the pool is open to adults and children who have passed level 2 swimming lessons. Non-swimming children or children who do not meet this requirement must be  in direct contact (within arms reach) with an adult or person/supervisor 15 years of age or  older. This person/supervisor must be in the water with the child.

Lily Pad Area

The Lily Pad Walk is housed in a 355 sq. ft. area with the water depth ranging from 3’6”-4’0”. The foam floatables which are anchored to the base of the pool serve as a movable challenge for the participants. Participants must be tall enough to reach the top cargo net so they can make it to the opposite side.

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