The Trumbo Pool is open to all authorized patrons. See below for details.
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- Open to all authorized patrons: active duty & their dependents, retirees & their dependents, & DoD civilians
- Must have valid military issued ID card
- Guests are allowed but are required to be with their sponsor/ID card holder at all times
- Patron capacity: Maximum of 5 family groups - 1 family per designated pavilion
- Masks are required by all non-vaccinated patrons over the age of 6 --- IF NOT IN WATER
- Outdoor shower must be used prior to entering the pool
- No food of any kind is allowed
- Water fountain closed - personally supplied water is the only authorized beverage at the pool
- Personal swimming equipment is recommended
- Life vests will be available for use while supplies last
The Trumbo Pool, located on Trumbo Point, is open to all hands year-round with a rock wall, slides, lily pads, and a playground adjacent to the pool. The pool can be reserved for parties. Access to the pool is free to all guests.
Navy Fitness: SPLASH - Making a splash in aquatic safety
SPLASH Video: https://youtu.be/lPfVZa3Gk70
Through SPLASH, Navy Fitness strives to educate parents and youth on pool safety and the dangers associated with unsupervised swimming. With structured swim lessons, professional swim skills assessment, safe play, and active parental supervision, the risk of accidental drowning can be significantly reduced.
Keep your child safe at the aquatics facility with six key tips:
Stay within arm’s reach. Adult supervision is the first line of defense in preventing accidental drowning. Drowning can occur quickly and quietly, and in as little as 1 inch of water.
Protect your non-swimmers. Water wings and other inflatable floats and devices are not designed to save your child, nor allowed in Navy MWR Aquatics facilities.
Learn to swim. Research shows a reduction in the risk of drowning by as much as 88 percent among children 1-4 years old who participate in formal swim lessons. Navy MWR provides swim lessons for all ages. Contact your local Aquatics staff for more details.
Assess swim skills. Proper skills assessment is vital in ensuring the safety of children. Lifeguards will be available at times specified by the local facility to provide the official Navy Youth Swim Test.
Swim safely. Youth non-swimmers and swimmers must remain in their designated areas at all times. Stay safe, swim safe.
Hang it up. It only takes 20 seconds for a child to drown. No tweet, status update, text, or phone call is worth risking a child’s life.
Navy Youth Swim Test
To attain full access to the Aquatics facility, including slides, diving board, and other recreational activities, all youths 17 and under must successfully pass the Navy Youth Swim Test. Contact your local Aquatics program to schedule a swim test.
Minimum standards for the Navy Youth Swim Test include:
Swim one pool length (minimum of 25 yards) unassisted and without rest. Swimmers must use a recognizable swim stroke for the entire distance.
Tread water for a minimum of 60 seconds.
Jump into the deep end of the pool and return to the surface.
Exit the pool unassisted.
- Swimmers are allowed to test only once per day.
- The swim test is valid for ONE year. All swimmers are reassessed every year. Lifeguards may require additional testing for swimmers, if and when needed. The lifeguard has the authority to request reassessment of any child at any time.
- All swimmers who pass the deep water swim test will be awarded a Navy Youth Swim License. All swimmers must show their license upon entering the aquatics facility and will receive a wristband to have full access to the deep end and slides. Additional testing may be required for lap swimming.
Making a SPLASH in Aquatics Safety: By Debbie Deutsch, Special contributor to Navy Installations Command Public Affairs
View full article online at http://navylive.dodlive.mil/2016/04/29/making-a-splash-in-aquatic-safety/.