COVID-19 Shores Safety - Nashville Shores

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COVID-19 Shores Safety

For the safety of all our guest and team members, we have increased all health and safety measures at Nashville Shores Waterpark. You must follow all instructions posted throughout the park and given by our team members while visiting.

Implement Daily Wellness Checks: Team members undergo a verbal and temperature screening upon arrival each day. Team members are sent home if their temperature exceeds 100.4 °F.

Face Masks: Per local health guidelines, face masks are not mandatory outdoors in public, while maintaining 6 feet of distance from non-household members. In accordance with guidelines issued by local health authorities regarding the wearing of masks, all individuals who enter the season pass processing building and the campground general store will be required to wear a mask. While in the park, social distancing should be adhered to at all times. For safety reasons, face coverings are not permitted while swimming or on the attractions. Between the rides and attractions, in food lines, in restrooms, and in areas where socially distancing can be challenging, guests are encouraged to wear face coverings. 

Team members are required to wear a face covering in virtually every area of the park if they do not interfere with safely performing their job responsibilities. 

Attraction Closures and Information: Tubes will not be permitted in the wave pool. Due to fewer anticipated guests on weekdays, we recommend a weekday visit to ensure the best visit possible.

Practice Social Distancing: Guests are guided by signs and announcements to stay at least six feet from others and limit interactions with those who are not in their party. Visual cues and signage are provided throughout the park to assist guests with social distancing practices. Deck layouts are modified to ensure distancing in all lounging and dining areas. Barriers have been put in place at food and merchandise locations to limit contact.  

Please Note: Social Distancing is a shared responsibility between our guests and the park. We provide guidance, but we count on our guests to follow this guidance in order to maintain the safest conditions for all guests and staff members.

Promote Hand Hygiene & Respiratory Etiquette: Additional hand sanitizing stations are placed throughout the park, and signs are displayed to encourage all employees and guests to wash their hands often and cover their coughs and sneezes.

Clean, Disinfect and Sanitize on a Continuous Basis: The CDC states, “disinfection with chlorine…should inactivate the virus in the water.” The water in all attractions at Nashville Shores Waterpark is treated with chlorination to maintain the healthiest water conditions. Team members are assigned additional duties that support cleanliness throughout the park, including disinfection of handrails, loungers, tabletops, door handles, and other surfaces.

Encourage Electronic Payments: Guests are encouraged to purchase admission tickets online prior to arriving at the park to minimize interactions during the park entry experience. Guests are encouraged to use card instead of using cash while visiting.

Park Capacity: According to local health guidelines, Nashville Shores may operate with the number of patrons that can be safely socially distanced. The tremendous size of our property allows us to safely social distance, and we do not anticipate having to turn park visitors away. 

COVID-19 Notice: For the safety of all our guest and team members, we have increased all health and safety measures at Nashville Shores. You must follow all posted instructions and instructions given by our team members while visiting.

The CDC and local health departments advise that older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19.  There is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 while in any public place where people are present.  By visiting Nashville Shores, you are voluntarily assuming all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. 

Government and state health organizations are strongly recommending people 65 years & older and people with underlying medical conditions*, particularly if not well controlled, should keep their distance from others.

*Underlying medical conditions include chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma, serious heart conditions, immunocompromised, severe obesity, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, undergoing dialysis, liver disease.