Carney Park Seasonal Pool

Carney Park seasonal pool is open!

Pools will be open to all U.S. ID card holders.

Please read pool rules and regulations (at right, under downloads). Patrons who do not follow these rules and policies may be asked to leave the pool. 

Online reservations are required. Please go to https://myffr.navyaims.com/europerec.html to make reservations:

  • In yellow menu ribbon, click on Fitness and Recreational Swim Reservation.
  • Choose the pool location.
  • Choose your reservation date/time and click on shopping cart.
  • Add number of people in your group in the "ticket quantity box" and complete the contact information. Press submit.
  • You will receive an email confirmation.
  • At the pool front desk, you must show the reservation confirmation (printed copy or email on phone) and all members of your group must show their U.S. ID card.

To cancel a reservation, call the pool directly, 081-526-2140.

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Navy MWR Fitness Drowning Prevention Campaign Through SPLASH, Navy MWR Fitness strives to educate parents and legal guardians on pool safety and the dangers associated with unsupervised swimming.

Stay within arm’s reach.

Protect your non-swimmers.

Learn to swim.

Assess swim skills.

Swim safely.

Hang it up.

Keep your child safe at the Aquatics facility.
Read more at https://www.navyfitness.org/splash

 

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Thunder and Lightning policy

In accordance with CNICINST 1710.3, the following is the inclement weather pool policy:

The Aquatic Coordinator, Swimming Pool Manager or Facility Supervisor may close the aquatic facilities for short periods of time without notice. Areas will be cleared of all persons during thunderstorms, electrical storms, and inclement weather. At the first sound of thunder or sight of lightning, the area will be cleared and remain cleared until deemed safe (approximately 30 minutes after the last rumble or sighting). One long blast on the whistle by the lifeguard is the emergency signal indicating all persons in the water shall clear the swimming area immediately.