Adults watching more than one non-swimming child must put all non-swimming children in life jackets. USCG approved life jackets only please. Water wings and baby rafts not allowed.
Lifeguards are stationed on the pool at all times. Please be aware that lifeguards are responsible for all swimmers in the water, and are not babysitters.
Three separate locker rooms are provided for guests: Men's, Women's, and Family. Guests with children of the opposite sex older than 3 years old must use the Family locker room.
Lockers are provided, however the facility does not provide locks.
Guests must bring their own towels. Towels are not provided.
For cleanliness reasons, street shoes are not allowed on the pool deck.
For safety reasons, we cap Open Swim at 150 swimmers, and Splash n' Play at 75 swimmers. Once capacity is reached, no other swimmers will be admitted to the pool during that swim.
Any other questions? Please call 810-626-2279 for more information!
Credit / Debit Card Payments
Credit/Debit Cards now accepted for admission payments for OPEN Swim and Splash and Play. A processing fee of $2 will be added to admissions totaling under $50 and a $5 processing fee will be added to admissions totaling over $50.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
All children 5 and under must have an adult within arms reach at all times.
Children under 54 inches tall, who cannot pass a swim test, must wear a USCG approved life jacket or be one-on-one with a supervising adult. No adult can supervise more than three life-jacketed swimmers.
Children taller than 54 inches, who are not strong independent swimmers, may be required to wear a life jacket.
No flotation devices allowed except USCG approved life jackets.
Any swimmer in distress that requires a lifeguard to enter the water must wear a life jacket for the remainder of the swim.
Swim diapers must be worn by swimmers not in full control of bodily functions. Swim diapers must be covered by another garment.
Appropriate swimming attire is required.
Everyone must shower before entering the pool.
No horseplay. No food or drink allowed. No street shoes on pool deck.
No hanging on lane lines. Swim under the lane lines, not over.
Only feet first and front dives allowed from pool deck. No flips or back dives from deck. All dives must take place in appropriately deep water.
Lifeguards may require any swimmer to take a swim test if they observe anything that suggests they may not be able keep themselves afloat.
Parts of the facility may be opened or closed at lifeguard’s discretion.
Must be at least 48" tall and able to pass the swim test to use the slide.
No life jackets allowed.
One person at a time on the slide.
Riders must wait for slide attendant’s signal before starting.
Ride slide feet first lying on back or in a sitting position.
Keep arms and hands inside flumes at all times
Do not run, dive, stand, kneel, rotate or stop on the slide.
At the bottom swim immediately away from the slide.
Maximum load is one person - no more than 300 pounds.
Pregnant women or anyone with heart conditions or back trouble should not ride the slide.
Diving Board Rules
One person allowed on diving board at a time.
Only one bounce allowed at end of the board
No running, handstands, back dives, inwards or cartwheels allowed
Dive straight off board and swim out of area immediately
No adjustment of the fulcrum allowed
No swimming in diving board area while the diving board is open
We are an American Red Cross Preferred Provider, and our lifeguard staff
is CPR, First Aid, and
Inclement Weather Closing Policy
If Hartland Schools are closed on weekdays because of weather conditions, the pool is not necessarily closed for the entire day and evening, to find out if we are open, please call or check on Facebook at the Hartland Aquatic Center. Closings will happen only in very extreme weather conditions. Unexpected pool closing will be posted as soon as possible on our website opening page and on the general announcements phone recording (810) 626-2279.
Most days that the schools are scheduled to be closed, the pool is open.
Please note that the pool schedule is not the same as the school calendar.
Body fluid contaminations… are an unfortunate fact of life in public pools
Depending on the extent of the contamination, it may be necessary to close a pool for an extended period of time. If this occurs less than halfway through a public swim event, all swimmers will be issued a free pass for a future swim. If the incident occurs later than halfway through the event, there will be no refunds. Though it can be very frustrating when it happens, we request your understanding and cooperation.
About our air, water, and sanitation
Our first responsibility is to maintain a clean and safe environment. The pool deck and locker rooms are sanitized daily. We have state-of-the-art water systems which are managed by a Certified Pool Operator at all times. The pool water is tested weekly by a state-licensed lab to assure your safety.
Swimmers must shower before entering the pool.
Not only is it state law, but thorough showering reduces the amount of chemicals necessary for safe operations.
Spectators sometimes complain about air temperature and humidity in the pool area. They are maintained at levels for the comfort of swimmers, not dry people in street clothes. Spectators are welcome anywhere, but to help maintain cleanliness and safety we don’t allow street shoes on the pool deck.
The average water temperature is the competition pool is 81, leisure pool 86, hot tub 101.