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Water Parks & Pools

Milwaukee County Water Parks & Swimming Pools

Opening in Summer 2022

  • 2 Waterparks: David F. Schulz Aquatic Center & Hoyt Park Pool (operated by Friends of Hoyt Park & Pool)

  • 3 Deep-Well Pools: McCarty, Sheridan & Wilson Park

  • More Than a Dozen Splash Pads & Waders throughout the County

All other pools will remain closed this summer, due to the lifeguard shortage.

Pool Safety Reminders

  • Swim suits (typically nylon or lycra) must be worn by all swimmers for hygiene and safety of all pool visitors. Street wear, especially underwear, isn't suitable for pool use because it can contaminate the pool with dirt and bacteria
  • Swim diapers must be worn by all non-toilet-trained users
  • Children must be supervised while in the water. Adults must remain within arm’s length of infants and toddlers and keep a watchful eye on children at all times
  • Showers are required before entering the water
  • Food, drink, gum or tobacco may NOT be brought into the pool
  • Groups of 20 or more must call in advance

 

  Pool Open Status

Water Parks

Fly down a flume, float along the lazy river and tackle the water obstacles.

Noyes Indoor Pool

Indoor Pools

Noyes & Pulaski are not available for Summer 2023 . . .

Outdoor Pools

2 Deep-Well Pools Open for Summer 2023
Outdoor pools open for the summer season in mid-June and close in mid-August. 

Lakefront Beaches

Bradford is the main beach in Milwaukee and is the most accessible beach in the United States! The sand beach is a major attraction. 

Splash Pads & Wading Pools

Splash pads with water spray toys and wading pools are free for everyone to use during their open hours in the summer.

lakefront map

Become a Lifeguard

Applications for Milwaukee County Parks lifeguards are accepted throughout the year. Lifeguards work at outdoor pools, indoor pools, waterparks and beaches.

Qualifications for Training

To qualify for training as a lifeguard for the Milwaukee County Parks, you must be:

  • at least 16 years old by July 2022
  • in good physical condition
  • able to swim 100 meters in less than 1 minute 45 seconds

 

Get Details

MILWAUKEE COUNTY PARKS

9480 W. Watertown Plank Road
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
(414) 257-PARK (7275)


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