The wall is open to anyone, but each climber, regardless of ability, must take the Safety and Skills Test every four months to become an approved belayer. Our staff can belay for you if you purchase a Try Climb. Try Climbs are free on Friday during normal rock wall hours.
Climbers between the ages of 13 and 17 years old may become approved belayers provided they have a parent or legal guardian attend the Safety and Skills Test and sign off on all waivers.
Climbers 12 years of age and under may not belay.
Climbers must fit into a harness to climb the rock wall. Harness fit will be determined by our rock wall staff.
Wall Waiver Policy
All participants must sign an “Indoor Climbing Wall Acknowledgement of Risk and Release” agreement.
Participants under the age of 18 must have the form signed by their parent or legal guardian.
A parent/guardian must be present unless part of a Custom Program.
Personal items and bags should be placed in storage cubbies or in a locker. Please do not place items on the floor for safety reasons.
No food, including gum, is permitted in exercise and activity areas.
Drinks are permitted in spill-proof, sealable bottles.
Closed-toe athletic footwear is required at all times in all exercise areas.
Please wipe down machines before and after use.
Patrons are required to re-rack all weights and return equipment to its proper location/starting position after use.
Weights are not to be leaned against walls, columns, other equipment, or mirrors.
Equipment should remain in the weight room. Only approved equipment from SRWC staff may be moved.
The use of clips is always required.
Slamming or dropping weights is prohibited.
Above-the-head Olympic lifts are prohibited.
Improper use of equipment is not permitted. This includes, but is not limited to, standing on equipment, standing on weights, stacking weights under equipment, top-loading equipment and stepping on weights.
The use of powdered chalk is prohibited. However, liquid chalk is permitted.
Personal trainers are available through Recreation and Wellness Services. Outside personal training is prohibited.
Personal speakers are not permitted in group exercise and workout spaces.
Bringing in outside equipment is prohibited. Patrons are not permitted to bring outside exercise or fitness equipment into the facility.
Aggressive, unsafe, reckless, and disruptive behavior is explicitly forbidden.
Immediately report any weight room related injury or facility/ equipment irregularity to staff on duty.
Recreation and Wellness Services staff shall use discretionary judgment for any concern that is not specifically addressed in our policies.
For your safety, the leisure pool has 10-minute hourly safety breaks.
During safety break, children under 16 are not permitted in the lap pool.
Showers must be taken before entering any of the pools.
Appropriate swimming (swimsuit) attire is recommended. Athletic clothing made of synthetic material (polyester, nylon, etc.) may be worn. Clothing from the fitness floor or basketball courts, and sauna may not be worn into water. Lifeguard has final say on what is acceptable.
Chewing gum, food, and glass containers are not permitted in or around pools.
Street shoes are not permitted on the pool deck.
When requested, lap swimmers shall circle swim in a counter clockwise direction.
Kickboards, pull buoys, dumbbells, wet belts, etc. are used for adult exercise only. Wet belts are not to be used as flotation devices for children.
Diving, running on the decks and horseplay in or around the pools is not allowed.
At the discretion of the lifeguard, diving rings, noodles and balls may be used in the leisure pool but not in the vortex. Large floating devices are not permitted.
Swim diapers or plastic pants are required for children not toilet trained.
Please do not talk to the lifeguard while he/she is actively scanning the pool.
People using the vortex must be able to swim in deep water. Vortex capacity is six people.
Public display of affection is not permitted.
Underwater swimming and breath-holding is not permitted in any pool.
We request that all swimmers rinse in a shower prior to entering the water.
Patrons are advised to consult a physician before use.
Allow yourself at least 5 minutes after exercising to cool down before entering the sauna.
Use of sauna is not recommended for the following users without prior medical consultation and doctor(s) permission: pregnant women, elderly patrons, and patrons with medical conditions including but not limited to heart disease, diabetes, and high/low blood pressure.
Use is prohibited while under the influence of alcohol, tranquilizers, or other drugs that cause drowsiness or that raise/lower blood pressure.
Shower before entering.
Clean swim attire must be worn and participants are required to bring a towel to sit on when using the sauna.
The surface of the rocks, heater and surrounding area can be extremely hot. Exercise caution.
Prolonged use of sauna not recommended due to fatiguing effects. Limit yourself to a maximum of 15 minutes.
Drink plenty of fluids before and after leaving the sauna. No food or drink is allowed inside.
Pouring oils/water on sauna heating elements is prohibited and damages the unit.
Courts may be used for volleyball, basketball, badminton, pickleball, fencing and table tennis.
Inappropriate/vulgar language and behavior is not permitted. Patrons may be asked to leave the facility if their behavior is deemed threatening or inappropriate.
Non-marking court shoes are required at all times while on hardwood floors.
Open recreation basketball participants will have the ability to play full-court games with the understanding that badminton (and pickleball) take priority on Court 4. Upon notification that a request for badminton is posted, the existing basketball game will be permitted to end and play one more (winner game).
Basketball games will be played as follows:
Participants must be present to call next and claim “next game”.
Losing team must exit the court.
Patrons waiting for “next game” have priority over players from losing team.
If the winning team gives up the court, patrons waiting for “next game” will have court priority.
Patrons may only claim “next game” on one court.
Games may be timed to allow more participants access to the courts.