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Clark County to Open Two Water Parks June 29 With COVID Safety Guidelines in Place

​Clark County Parks & Recreation will begin opening a limited number of pools on Monday, June 29, for open swim starting with the outdoor water parks at Desert Breeze and Hollywood recreation centers.  Due to health and safety guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19, visitor capacity will be 50 people at each pool and reservations will be required for each session. Face coverings and social distancing measures also will be required.

"As we welcome our residents back to our pools and aquatic facilities on a limited basis, we ask for the public's cooperation in adhering to the guidelines all of us are being asked to follow to help limit the spread of the virus," said Clark County Commission Chairman Marilyn Kirkpatrick. "Our goal is to be safe so we can open up as much as possible. We encourage everyone to work together for the safety of our community."

Pool hours starting Monday, June 29

  • Desert Breeze Water Park at 8275 Spring Mountain Road – noon to 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 5 p. m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday.
  • Hollywood Water Park at 1550 S. Hollywood Boulevard – noon. to 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Reservations for swim sessions can be made online at: or in person at the facilities. Walk-ins may be available as capacity allows. The facilities will be closed for an hour each day between sessions for cleaning. Safety guidelines at County facilities are consistent with directives issued by the governor as part of the state's Phase 2 reopening plan available at Patrons will be asked to follow these rules:

  • Please arrive and depart in swimming attire as only rinse-off showers will be available.
  • Please do not arrive more than five minutes prior to your reservation time and be prepared to leave promptly when your reservation time is over.
  • Lounge chairs will not be available, please feel free to bring your own seating.
  • Face coverings are required in all public areas except when in the water.
  • Households should remain 6 feet apart on both the pool deck and in the water.
  • Manufactured swimwear must be worn by all persons entering the water.
  • Lockers will not be available and all personal belongs must be placed on the pool deck.

Additional pools will open in the coming weeks, please check the website for updates.  More information about the summer season's pool schedule, including a link to the online reservation site, is available on aquatics page of the Clark County Parks and Recreation Department website at Clark County Parks and Recreation can also be found on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 


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