News & Announcements
Aquatic facilities are open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day except when school is in session for Wentzville School District. Once school is in session the pool is only open on the weekends.
Before visiting, it is important to note that summer 2021 will look a bit different than years past. Public swim will be available at Splash Station Aquatic Center only in the two sessions listed below. Preregistration will be required. Guests will be asked to leave the facility between sessions to allow staff to clean the facility.
|Session 1||Noon-3 p.m.|
|Session 2||3:30-6:30 p.m.|
Progress Park will be utilized for aquatic programming including aquatic fitness classes and swim lessons. It will not be available for public swim.
Please note that aquatic facilities may close without notice due to low attendance, low air temperature or inclement weather. To receive updates about facility closures, please check Rainout Line.
Weather and Rain Check Policy
Swim Lessons: We offer swim lessons for all abilities and for ages as young as six months old. Our lessons are designed to build knowledge of water safety, comfort in the water, basic swimming skills and learning the various strokes. We offer group lessons where your child can learn with other children of similar abilities as well as semi-private and private lessons. Private lessons are one-on-one sessions with student and instructor so the student can receive individual attention and focus on the skills they need to improve upon the most. Semi-private lessons allow the student to share the lesson with one other person of your choosing. Click here to learn more or to register.
Aquatic Fitness Classes: Aquatic fitness classes are an excellent way to achieve your fitness goals in way that is easier on your joints. Aquatic fitness classes offer opportunities to improve cardiovascular health, and build strength using the water for resistance all in a low-impact environment. More details can be found in the Spring/Summer Fun Times.
After Hours Pool Rentals
Splash Station Rentals
Progress Pool Rentals
Aquatic Passes will not be offered for the 2021 season. We will, however, offer a punch pass that will allow residents to save when visiting the pool this summer. For more pricing information, click here.
Both facilities are available for after-hours rentals by contacting Josh Hoppe at (636) 639-2186.
To learn more about each of our aquatic facilities, click the buttons below!
Will aquatic facilities open this summer?
We do anticipate opening aquatic facilities this summer. The current plan is for only Splash Station to open for public swim. Reservations will be required and two time slots will be available daily. Progress Pool will not be open for public swim and will instead be utilized to accommodate aquatic programming. This plan may change as the season approaches and even throughout the season depending on a number of factors.
Why was the decision made to only open one pool for public swim?
This decision was made based on a number of factors including health and staffing concerns.
Why was Splash Station chosen to open for public swim over Progress Pool?
Progress Pool lends itself to accommodate more aquatic programs like swim lessons and fitness classes due to the open layout. In addition, Camp Wentzville is based out of Progress Park and includes swimming. We wanted to keep our camp swim session separate from public swim to limit their contact with other people and so that camp swimmers do not take away from the number of public swimmers we can allow due to capacity concerns.
Will nonresidents be able to attend public swim and participate in aquatic programming?
Yes, aquatic facilities will be open to both residents and nonresidents.
How will we reserve our session at the pool?
We will have details on how to register for a session at the pool ready to release by May. It will be done online or over the phone by calling (636) 332-9236. Reservations will be required for both punch pass visits and daily visits.
Are masks required?
Masks will be required of all staff except aquatic staff when they are on stand. We recommend that guests wear masks when they are not in the water but they are not required. This may change throughout the season depending on recommendations from the CDC.
Will the hours at Splash Station be extended due to the fact that there is no longer aquatic programming at the facility?
Unfortunately, the hours will not be extended. Splash Station used to have longer hours in years past but was not attended well enough in the evening to justify the cost of scheduling staff to be there.
When will pools open?
Splash Station will open for public swim Memorial Day weekend. Our pool schedule follows the Wentzville School District schedule so we will close until June 4 at which time we will be open daily until school resumes.
When do swim lessons begin?
Our first session of swim lessons will begin the week of June 1. Registration is now available to residents by clicking here. Nonresident registration will be available starting April 27.
When will we be able to register for aquatic programs?
Registration is now available to residents by clicking here. Nonresident registration will be available starting April 27.
Will there be a Labor Day Pool Party this year?
Unfortunately, we will not be offering this program this year.
Will there still be a 4th of July swim at Progress Park?
We do plan to offer our annual free 4th of July Swim at Progress Park Pool. However, it will only be available to residents and preregistration will be required.
Will party packages still be available at the pool?
Yes, please visit www.wentzvillemo.gov/partypackages for more information.
Are after-hours pool rentals still available?
Yes. Please visit www.wentzvillemo.gov/facilityrentals for more information.
Will Aquatic Season Passes be offered this summer?
Unfortunately, we will not offer Aquatic Season Passes or Trio Passes this summer. We are offering an Aquatic 10-Punch Pass that will allow frequent users to save on visits to the pool. It is $65.25 for residents and $87.75 for nonresidents and can be purchased by clicking here.
Why aren't Aquatic Season Passes being offered this summer?
Due to COVID-19, it is difficult to predict what the facility hours and availability will look like for the entire summer. It may change at any time and we do not feel it was fair to sell passes with the availability of the facilities being so unpredictable.
Will the full rate for admission still be charged with three-hour sessions?
Yes, the rates will stay the same as visitors generally do not stay much longer than 2-2.5 hours when visiting the facility.