Yes, there are several different types of memberships including Summer passes for individuals and families, Winter season passes for individuals and families, Annual Passes for individuals and families, and Combo Gym/Swim passes for individuals.
Parks and Recreation
12 years olds may be at the pool without a guardian. However, 12 year olds are not allowed to serve as a guardian for younger children. If younger children are accompanying they must have somebody over the age of 18 with them.
No, but you are welcome to bring your own. If you have questions about how lifejackets are used feel free to ask any lifeguard they would be glad to assist you.
Yes, if you are interested in renting the pool call the main office number 540-434-0571 or drop by to speak to the Aquatic Director for information about rates and times.
Yes, if you are entering the Westover Pool area you are to pay the admission fee or own a membership to Westover Pool.
There is no height requirement for the diving board, but depending on age and swimming ability some guests may be asked to take the swimming test before using the diving board.
Guests using the waterslides must be at least 4 1/2 feet tall.
A swim test may be required to ride waterslides.
Join us at Westover Pool and other aquatic facilities across the globe as we set a new world record for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson ever conducted, to spread the word Swimming Lessons Save Lives!
Shop for all your Holidays at the Westover Holiday Craft Show at the Cecil F. Gilkerson Activity Center on 305 South Dogwood Drive.
Meeting agendas and minutes for the Parks and Recreation Commission which meets on the third Monday of each month at 7:00pm at the Cecil F. Gilkerson Community Activities Center on Dogwood Drive.
The following items are prohibited: outside food and beverages, gum, glass, boom boxes without headphones, hard plastic footballs, basketballs etc.