Operators of Wild Water Adventures have been at the forefront of
water quality management for more than a decade. Pool systems are
fully automated, and to ensure that all the water is maintained to
the highest standards, management created an Aquatic Ecology
Division. Four people work in this division, and between them they
have 45 years’ experience with water quality.
Team members receive dedicated training on water chemistry and
proper water quality management. They are responsible for the high
standards of cleanliness for all pools and aquatic-related
facilities, as well as monitoring and compiling reports on water
quality and chemical usage.
Wild Water Adventures is an older facility that doesn’t have
all the high-tech bells and whistles of some newer parks. So
employees must stay on top of their systems, anticipating when
something might go wrong and taking care of it before it does. And
they do. Each pool has its own separate filter area, located near
that pool. This means staffers do a great deal of walking, but any
problems are contained and don’t affect the other
The waterpark works well with the county health department, which
makes weekly visits during the facility's open season. The health
department actually sends people there for training to show them
how water quality is done correctly.
Additionally, a robust guest education program includes signage
reminding patrons of the importance of regular bathroom breaks.
Other signage throughout the park shows which restrooms have
changing tables, so diaper changing isn’t done at poolside.
Swim diapers or rubber swim pants are required for infants and
toddlers, and if a parent isn’t prepared, the items may be
purchased in the Splash Shop.