Town of Clarkstown

Aquatics

Aquatics

Information for all swimming facilities can be obtained by calling the pool during operation hours. In case of inclement weather, Congers Pool and Lake Nanuet will close; Germonds Pool will remain open unless there is thunder and lightning. Please call the facility before going.

Aquatic Locations

The Town of Clarkstown reserves the right to adjust the pool schedule, particularly the last two weeks of the pool season in the event of a lifeguard shortage for student lifeguards returning to college.

Facility
Dates
Hours
Germonds Pool
(845)623-1221
June 19th – June25th
June 26th – August 15th
August 16th – Sept 6th
12:00 PM – 6:45 PM
12:00 PM – 7:45 PM
12:00 PM – 6:45 PM
Lake Nanuet
(845)627-2135
June 26 – September 6th
12:00 PM – 6:45 PM
Congers Pool
(845)268-9739
June 12 – June 13
June 19 – Sept 6
12:00 PM – 6:45 PM
12:00 PM – 6:45 PM
Pascack Spray Park
(845)371-6650
Monday – Friday
Saturday
Sunday
12:00pm – 6:30pm
12:00pm – 4:30pm
10:00am – 4:30pm

Aquatic Rates

Daily Rate

Daily Card

$25/Daily Card
Youths 2-17 $5.oo
Adults 18-59 $6.00
Seniors 60+ Free with ID

Individual

Individual Seasonal

$165/Adults
Youths 2-17 $125
Adults 18-59 $165.00
Rates Increase 5/31

Guest

Guest Daily

$14/Adults
Youths 2-17 $8.oo
Teens 13-17 $12.00
Adults 18-59 $14.00
Seniors 60+ $7.00

Disabled Resident-Access Pass

A resident who is appropriately certified may use Town facilities at no cost. Must have proper documentation at the time of registration. For further information contact the Administration Office – Zukor Park (Registration Hot Line Number 639-6200) during Registration Hours listed on page 2.

Veterans Pass

All combat veterans and immediate families (spouse and children under 18) are entitled to free pool passes. To be eligible, the veteran must be a Clarkstown resident and provide a County of Rockland Combat Veteran ID Card (otherwise known as Combat Return the F.A.V.O.R. card). Please contact the Rockland County Clerk’s office at 845-638-5076 or http://rocklandgov.com/departments/clerks-office/ to obtain your County of Rockland Combat Veteran ID Card.

If the pools are unable to open at the regularly scheduled times due to adverse weather conditions:

  • Radio station WHUD FM 100.7 will be notified.
  • A sign will be posted at the front gate
  • An attempt will be made to open as soon as possible

If the pool is unable to reopen by 4:00pm

  • No evening swimming or programs will take place.
  • Radio station WHUD FM 100.7 will be notified.
  • A sign will be posted at the front gate.

For questions call: Pool facilities or 639-6200 (Recreation & Parks Office).

If the pool opens, but one of the following is observed – lightning, hail, severe rain storm or thunder:

1.The pool will be cleared.

2. Patrons will be instructed to clear pool deck and tree areas.

3. The pool will not reopen for at least one-half hour after the
weather conditions noted above cease. In the event of a
continuation of adverse weather conditions, the decision to close
the pool will be left to the discretion of the Aquatic Director and
the Supt. of Recreation and Parks.

4. NO REFUNDS

GENERAL INFORMATION
Lessons will be conducted rain or shine (except during electrical storms). There will be no make-up classes for missed classes. Upon entering the twelfth grade, you are considered an adult. American Red Cross Water Safety Instruction is provided for all age group lessons. Proof of age, grade and primary residency is required at the time of registration. Parent/spectators are not permitted in swim areas during instructions.

All participants in the Pool are expected to behave in such a manner as not to disturb others using the pool. Please adhere to the following rules and regulations in and around the pool:
  • Admission only on presentation of official I.D. Card and payment of designated fee each person must display his/her own pass for inspection. Illegally used passes WILL be confiscated. Re-entry to pool will be determined by hand stamp.

  • The number of persons permitted in pool area is regulated by the Health Department. The capacity of each facility is posted and admission will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Patrons must park according to attendant’s instructions. Parking will be permitted on park grounds to limit of existing parking facilities.

  • Guest must enter with member. (NO guests allowed for Summer 2020)

  • Violence or rough play towards staff or other participants will not be tolerated.

  • Name-calling, or racial insults, or negative or verbal insults, or abusive language, or foul language, or swearing will not be tolerated.
  • Spitting, smoking, tobacco products, and vaping are not tolerated in the pool area.

  • Malicious destruction or stealing of property or other personal property will not be tolerated. (Parents/caregivers will be responsible for replacing any property that their child(ren) may destroy and/or steals).

  • No weapons and/or firearms are permitted.

  • No glass containers in pool area.

  • No drugs in parks.

  • Proper swimming attire is required at all times. Cut-off or rolled-up pants not permitted for swimming.

  • The Commission reserves the right to close the grounds for cause (i.e. inclement weather, utility failure, etc.), with no refund or rain checks to persons paying daily admission or guest admission. In the event of facility closure, a hand stamp will admit attendees to an alternate facility.

  • Children under 13 years old must be accompanied by an adult who will assume full responsibility for the child’s safety.

  • Wading areas restricted to children 7 years old and under, and their parents. Children under 6 must be accompanied to bathhouse by an adult.

  • Swimming and diving permitted in designated areas only.

  • Health Department rules for sanitation and safety must be observed by every patron. Infants in diaper/pull-ups not permitted in pools. Approved swim diapers will be permitted in kiddie pools only, i.e. Congers Wading Pool, or the Germonds Wading Pool. Approved swim diapers are permissible at Lake Nanuet in the zero depth entrance area only.

  • Persons with physical disorders such as skin lesions, inflamed eyes, nose, mouth, or ear discharges, or bandages, may not swim.

  • All recreation, park, and swimming staff are required to strictly enforce the regulations. These rules and hours of operation will be amended or supplemented as necessary for the safety and welfare or patrons. Violators are subject to suspension of privileges. Any questions regarding these rules and regulations or use of the facility should be directed to the head lifeguard at each location.