Float & Float Movie Nights
Come on in for one of our signature events, Float & Float Movie Night. We have dual movie screens showing the same movie so you can enjoy a rootbeer float in a room and not miss a minute of the action. Finish your float and head back into the pool and float on a inner tube while watching your favorite flick.
Call or stop in for movie title, 206-842-2302
Cost: $8.00 per person when you pre-register, $8.50 at the door
Max of 180 people
- Section #03 4/17 5:00-7:00p Hint: Watch our favorite winter princesses and our favorite snowman go on their second adventure.
If you haven’t been here before for a Float & Float, here are some common questions asked:
When can I buy my ticket?
Tickets go on sale the day before the float and float. You can call or stop in to reserve your spot. We will hold your wrist bands for you so you can beat the line.
Can I use my family punch card or pass for a float & float?
No, unfortunately, this is a special event, so we do not accept regular passes.
The movie title isn’t listed, how do I know what you are showing?
We will have the movie title posted in the building at minimum a week before the float & float. You can also call our front desk and they can tell you what is playing.
What is different about a float & float movie night from a regular open swim?
Since we are showing a movie we put inner tubes in the water that our swimmers can enjoy. We lower the temperature of the water and turn off the jets in the hot tub to allow kids to enter and have prime seating for the movie. We turn down the lights to allow the movie screen to be viewed. We only open the shallow area of the pool for the float & float. We have ice cream floats that are served in a separate room that is simultaneously playing the movie.
What are the rules for the float & float?
We follow our normal rules, but ask that all ice cream floats be kept in the room off deck to keep our pool clean. Also, children under the age of 7 or non-swimmers must be accompanied in the water by an adult. We ask you to respect other swimmers.