The park is located on north side of Westgate Rd. at the intersection with Stratford Dr. in the Devonshire subdivision.


Washington Park District purchased the property and the Neptune Swim Club to make it a public pool for the entire Washington community.


  • Westgate Shelter
  • Playground (3-5 Yr. olds; 5-10 Yr. olds)

2024 Season Friday, May 31 - August 11 (tentatively)

POOL NUMBER: 309-444-9432


*Passholders may enter at 12 pm.

Mondays: 12:30 – 8:00 PM 

Tuesdays: 12:30 - 5:00 PM

Wednesdays: 12:30 - 6:00PM

Thursdays – Sundays: 12:30 – 6:00 PM


Adults (16 – 64): $7

Youth (3 – 15): $5

Ages 2 & Under:  Free Admission
65+: $4


Morning Swim Hours:

Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30AM-11:30AM
The zero depth pool will be available to children 8 & under with a parent during the morning.

Adults (16-64): $4
Youth (3-15): $3
Ages 2 & under & 65+: $2


Adults (16 – 64): $65

Youth (3 – 15): $47


The regular season pass price will be reflected for all passes purchased beginning Friday, May 31st, 2024.



April 1 -  April 30


May 2- May 31


June 1








Individual Pass:







Each additional Family Member







Babysitter Pass







65+ Pass $75 $105 $80 $110 $90 $120


All NEW season passes must be purchased at the Washington Park District Administration Office located at 105 South Spruce Street during regular business hours.

Renewals may be purchased at the Administrative Office or at the Washington Park Pool during regular open swim hours. Renewals must have their Park District ID at time of purchase.

Each new family member registered on a season pass will be given a picture ID card that will allow them into the pool.  Although it is not required to have all family members present at the time of purchase, it is important to have them at the office to be photographed and issued an ID card before their first visit to the pool.

Park District ID CARDS

Park District ID Cards are required for entry into the pool by each family member.  A $5 fee will be charged for all replacement ID cards. The Park District ID should be kept so that it may be used for more than 1 season.


Families wishing to pay for a pass for a babysitter may take advantage of the special babysitter pass. The pass costs $70 and will allow one individual entry into the pool as guardian to a family’s children. The individual must be old enough to act as guardian for the children and understand that is their role. The parent/guardian may list them on their form and have the babysitter follow up by completing the Babysitter Pool Pass Addition Form.


Looking for a cool place to hold a great party or family get together?  Nothing beats the heat like a pool party. Invite all your friends, neighbors and family to join you.  The pool is available for after-hours rental almost every evening from 6:00 – 9:00 PM for a minimum rental of 2 hours. Select two pools of your choice or rent the entire facility. The Party Patio is included in all after-hours rentals.  On nights when the party starts at 6 PM you may choose to add an hour. All rentals must be terminated by 9:00 PM.  Please call Brian at 444-9413 for more information and availability.

    Under 100 Over 100
Two Pools   $185/hour $210/hour
Entire Facility   $210/hour $250/hour

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The Washington Park District swim lessons are divided into four different levels.  At the start of each session children will be tested and placed in the appropriate level based on their swimming ability.

When registering please choose from 4 different levels on what you feel best works for your child. 

Program Objective: Provide youth with a positive, fun-filled opportunity to learn skills that can be enjoyed and improved on throughout their lifetime and provide them the knowledge to reduce the number of water/aquatic accidents.

Please refer to the Washington Park District Summer Brochure for specific dates and times for each our lessons.


Program Objective: To introduce children ages 3 - 5 years of age, who have had water experiences, an introduction to beginning swimming.  Children must be accompanied in the water by parent/guardian in the pool. 


Program Objective: Provide a fun water experience for children ages 3 and under to get accustom to early water sensations. The child must be accompanied in the water by a parent/guardian.


During a session when the air temperature is cool or the weather condition is questionable, it is still possible that class will be held.  On days when the weather is questionable, you may call to hear a recorded message regarding classes at 309-444-9432.  The Washington Park District staff does its best to make a clear, safe decision; however, the weather is out of our control.


  • Children 8 years of age or younger must be accompanied and supervised by an adult 16 years of age or older.
  • If present, lifeguards are responsible for enforcing safety rules and responding to emergencies. Parents or guardians should supervise their children.
  • All individuals wishing to enter this facility must pay an admission fee.
  • Individuals who leave must pay a new admission fee to re-enter the pool facility
  • No refunds for inclement weather.  Re-entry passes will be issued only in case of inclement weather during the first hour of opening of the pool.
  • Patrons should make any special needs known to facility staff.
  • The Washington Park District is not responsible for lost or stolen items from anywhere within the pool facility.
  • No floatation devices unless Coast Guard approved.
  • Squirt guns, swim masks and snorkels are not permitted at the pool.
  • Smoking is not allowed within the Washington Park Pool facility.
  • Admission to the pool shall be refused to all persons having any contagious disease, infectious conditions such as colds, fever, ringworm, foot infections, skin lesions, diarrhea, vomiting, inflamed eyes, ear discharges, or any other condition which has the appearance of being infectious. Persons with excessive sunburn, abrasions that have not healed, corn plasters, bunion pads, adhesive tape, rubber bandages, or other bandages of any kind shall also be refused admittance. A person under the influence of alcohol or exhibiting erratic behavior shall not be permitted in the pool area.
  • The pool water is not suitable for drinking. Avoid swallowing pool water.
  • No outside food or drinks allowed.
  • Littering is prohibited. In addition, no food, drink, gum or tobacco is allowed in other than specially designated and controlled sections of the pool area. Glass containers are prohibited.
  • All persons are encouraged to take a shower before entering the pool area.
  • No horseplay, fighting or swearing!
  • Personal conduct within the pool facility must be such that the safety of self and others is not jeopardized. No running, boisterous or rough play, except supervised water sports, is permitted.
  • Street shoes are not allowed on the pool deck.
  • Only clean footwear, baby strollers, or wheelchairs are allowed in the pool area or bathhouse.
  • Spitting, spouting of water, blowing the nose or otherwise introducing contaminants into the pool is not permitted.
  • Glass, soap, or other material that might create hazardous conditions or interfere with efficient operation of the swimming pool shall not be permitted in the swimming pool or on the pool deck.
  • Swimming suits are required.  Cut-offs will not be allowed. All apparel worn in the pool shall be clean.
  • Shirts, undergarments, socks, and jean shorts, are not permitted as part of your swimsuit.
  • All children who are not toilet-trained shall wear tightly fitting rubber or plastic pants.
  • Diving in water less than five feet deep is not permitted except when allowed for competitive swimming and training.
  • Caution shall be exercised in the use of diving facilities.
  • Swimming is prohibited at outdoor swimming pools when thunder is heard or lightning is seen, including a 30-minute period after the last lightning or thunder is detected.
  • No one should swim alone.
  • Patrons are encouraged to protect themselves from sun exposure.
  • No running; pool deck may be slippery.
  • Failure to follow rules will result in being asked to leave!
  • The pool management has the authority to implement and enforce rules that are more stringent or that supplement those listed here.


Only Coast Guard Approved personal flotation devices are allowed to be worn in the Washington Park Pool. Water wings, inflatable vests, rings and rafts are not allowed. Parents should actively supervise children whenever around water; even if lifeguards are present. Always stay within arm’s reach of young children.

The following are some of the reasons for this rule:

  • Many flotation devices are not designed or approved as lifesaving devices. However, flotation devices tend to give a false sense of security that someone cannot go underwater while wearing them. In many cases, this is not true.
  • Some flotation devices have a tendency to flip children upside-down.
  • Some flotation devices block the view of the Lifeguards where they cannot adequately supervise the swimmers.

If needed, we have Coast Guard Approved personal floatation devices available at the Cashier’s office in exchange for an ID.


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Administrative Office

105 S. Spruce St.
Washington, IL 61571

Phone: 309-444-9413
Fax: 309-444-3849

WPD weather information line 309-366-2413

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