Children and their parents can splash and play in heated indoor pools under the watchful eyes of certified lifeguards and water watchers. After pool time, a private party room is provided for continued celebration. Best of all, Emler allows you to bring up to 30 guests at no additional cost! Customized Emler digital party invitations are now available (see below).
Due to popular demand, we recommend calling in advance to secure your best party date and time. Current customers receive a 30% discount on party rental! The rental fee for your two-hour Emler swim party does not include decorations, pool toys or refreshments.
Children under the age of 4 need an adult (who will not count against the guest count) to get in the water with them. Because safety is a top priority at Emler Swim School, we require a guardian to stay for the duration of the party. We invite the adults to help keep a watchful eye on the pool. Ask us about being a “Water Watcher.”
All children under the age of 3 must wear two reusable swim pants in the pool, even if potty-trained. Emler Swim School is committed to keeping our swimming pools clean, safe and pristine for everyone.
A limited number of lifejackets are available for children who are not completely comfortable swimming during the party.
Managers, instructors and lifeguards participate in extensive, ongoing training to monitor pool water, swimmers, swim families and other guests. You may observe some regular drills performed during operating hours, which provide real-life practice. We continually evaluate our team on their performance and vigilance around the water. In addition, we would like to remind parents that although we have professionally trained employees, they are not a substitute for parental supervision. A simple rule to follow is to stay within an arms length of your child and keep them within your line of sight. Lifeguards are provided at parties to monitor and respond to emergencies, but not to discipline or bathroom little ones. Safety is our top priority. Please, always keep your eyes on your children.