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Public Bathing Places
Public v.s. Private
The Oklahoma State Department of Health only regulates public bathing place venues which includes numerous types of pools or other water recreational venues that the public has access to. In some instances, a “public” pool is considered private because only certain members may gain access or member’s guests. Regardless if a public pool is private or public, both are under the regulatory authority and must be licensed. Below are just a few examples.
Public Bathing Place Venues
These may either be indoor or outdoor venues.
Spray pads, spray grounds or splash pads are not regulated in the State of Oklahoma.
Float tanks, or isolation tanks, are not regulated in the State of Oklahoma at this time.
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