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Yes, the NAT is a public pool that operates under a joint-use facility agreement with Denton Independent School District, therefore making the NAT accessible to DISD for swim meets, practices, and water polo matches.
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Yes, we offer an individual All Access Annual Pass at a discounted resident rate of $150 per person. The nonresident rate is $155. We also offer an additional discounted rate for the purchase of four or more at $120 per resident and $125 for nonresidents.
Four or more passes must be purchased in the same transaction.
The competition pool is 25-yards in length. There are 8 lanes with a depth of 5-ft or greater and an additional 2 shallow lanes.
Water Works Park opens on May 28, 2022. It is open daily through Aug. 9, noon - 6 p.m., and then weekends only, Aug. 13-Sept. 5. To learn more about admission to the park, visit dentonwaterworks.com.
No, the only flotation devices permitted are U.S. Coast Guard approved life jackets and puddle jumpers.
Coolers are permitted with the purchase of a Cooler Pass.Passes are available for $5 a day or $60 for the season. Commercial food/beverage is prohibited inside of Water Works Park. Unopened water bottles will be allowed, 1 per person. All other drink containers must be empty upon entering. Water bottle refill stations are located throughout the park and inside the Natatorium lobby.
Yes, Denton Parks and Recreation maintains the sprayground at Carl Gene Young Sr. Park.