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Get out and get wet! Whether your looking to drop a hook in a local lake, swim some laps, explore the local waterways, or just take the family out for a day of fun in the sun Nashville Metro Parks and Recreation has something for everyone. Please select an activity below for more information.

Participants Code of Conduct

people enjoying wave country; people playing in the water; sailboat; sportsplex pool during a swim meet; children at napier pool

 

Proper Swimming Attire Rules

  1. Clothing such as cut-off shorts or other frayed materials that can damage pool filtration systems are not allowed.
  2. For health and sanitation requirements, children under age three, anyone who is not fully toilet trained or incontinent must wear a swim diaper.
  3. To maintain a family-friendly environment, adult swim suits of a sexually suggestive nature, including thongs, string bikinis or see-through clothing, are not allowed.
  4. For their protection, preschool-aged children and older should be dressed in modest, swim-appropriate clothing. This includes no underwear visible for boys, and some type of top that is not see through for girls.

Metro does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, national origin, religion, or disability in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services, or activities. For accessibility inquiries, call 862-8400.