Phone Number: (540-658-4241)
Hours of Operation
Closed for the season
Daily General Admission
|County Youth (3-15)/Senior Citizen (55+)||$4|
|Non-County Youth (3-15)/Non-County Senior (55+)||$5.50|
|Ages 2 & under||Free|
*The last two hours of open swim Monday-Friday are half-price.*Monthly Pass & Punch Cards (Residents only)
Monthly passes and punch cards are discounted ways for Stafford Residents to enjoy our facilities. Both options are valid for pool admission only at the Mark Lenzi Pool at Curtis Memorial Park and Woodlands Pool during the summer season and cannot be used to cover class program fees or special events. The pass does not constitute as a “membership;” therefore, when the facility is at capacity, card holders will be admitted the same as the general public. Valid for 24 visits.
|Monthly Pass Fees|
|Family of 4||$30|
|Youth (3-15)/Senior (55+)||$10|
|24 Admission Punch Card Fees|
|Youth (3-15)/Senior (55+)||$72|
Senior Pool Hour
- 9am-10am Sundays
- Ages 55+ only
- Registration required
- Schedule located onsite
Organizations with more than 10 guests that are interested in visiting Mark Lenzi Pool at Curtis Memorial Park or Woodlands Pool are required to submit an application and must be approved in advance. Please call 658-5129 or email email@example.com for more information. Applications will be accepted beginning June 7, 2021.
In case of inclement weather, the facility will be cleared immediately and will reopen 30 minutes after the last sighting of lightning or sound of thunder or heavy rain. This policy is for your safety. Rain checks or refunds will not be given in the event of inclement weather; however, patrons will receive a hand stamp and are welcome to return the same day. Please call the facility in case of severe weather to check amended hours of operation. Stafford Alerts will be sent for program cancellations.
Patrons entering the facility must pay admission fees.
Children ages 5 and under must be within arm’s reach of a supervising patron 16 years or older while in the pool.
Children ages 10 and under must be accompanied by a supervising patron 16 years or older while using the facility.
All flotation devices must be U.S. Coast Guard approved. Patrons wearing a personal floatation device must stay in shallow water and be within arm’s reach of a responsible party.
Any patron with an infectious disease, nasal or ear discharge, exposed sub-skin tissue, or wearing a bandage may not enter the pool or splash pad.
Appropriate swimming attire is required. No t-shirts or cutoffs.
All swimmers must shower before entering the pool or splash pad.
Unnecessary roughness, pushing, backwards jumping or diving, horseplay, sitting or standing on the shoulders and running are prohibited.
Food, drink, gum, glass bottles, and all tobacco products are not allowed on the pool deck. Food and drink are permitted in grassy areas. Use of tobacco products is permitted in designated smoking areas outside of facility gates.
Enter and exit the facility through the office. Gates are for emergency use only.
Diving is permitted in designated areas of the pool (9 feet or deeper).
The appropriate use of water toys and soft sporting equipment during recreational swim is allowed, but may be revoked if their use is deemed unsafe to other patrons.
Kick boards, snorkels and fins are designated for Stafford County Aquatic Programs and Adult Lap Swim. Scuba gear and other self-contained breathing devices are not permitted unless approved in advance.
Lanes may be designated for lap swim only during recreational swim. To avoid injury, do not swim across, under, or over the lane lines.
Prolonged underwater swimming or breath-holding is discouraged.
Stafford County Parks and Recreation is not responsible for any lost or stolen articles.
Adult Swim occurs the last 15 minutes of every hour when more than 20 patrons are at the facility. Patrons 16 years and older are allowed to stay in the pool during this time. Children ages 3 and under may also stay in the pool when accompanied by an adult within arm’s reach.
Please report all injuries or incidents to staff members.
Please follow all instructions given by lifeguards and other staff members. Our staff is here for your safety and to ensure a pleasant environment for all patrons.
Summer Swim Teams
The Woodland Wahoos and the Curtis Park Seahawks are summer league swim teams in the Rappahannock Swim League. Summer league swim participation includes regularly scheduled practices and weekly meets. All registration is done directly through the teams.