Bloomington: City's Bryan Park and Mills Pools, Community Foundation Switchyard Plaza Spray Pad at Switchyard Park, Open May 25 for the 2024 Season

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Bloomington, Ind. ~ Bloomington, Ind. - As the summer season approaches, the city of Bloomington is gearing up for the opening of its two outdoor pools and spray pad. On May 25, at 11 a.m., Bryan Park Pool located at 1020 S. Woodlawn Ave. and Mills Pool at 1100 W. 14th St. will officially open their doors to the public.

In addition to these two pools, the Community Foundation Switchyard Plaza Spray Pad at Switchyard Park, located at 1601 S. Rogers St., will also open on May 25 at 10 a.m. The spray pad will be open daily from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., with free admission for all.

Both Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool will be open daily, weather permitting, from May 25 through Aug. 4, from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Admission to these pools is $6 per person. For those looking to make multiple visits throughout the season, season passes are available for purchase at Bryan Park Pool for $70 each, allowing unlimited admissions to both pools during the entire summer.

For those who may not want to commit to a full season pass but still want to enjoy the pools multiple times, Economy 20-Punch Passes are available for purchase at both Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool for $90 each. These passes allow for a total of 20 admissions to either pool.

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The city of Bloomington also offers pool admission fee waivers for those who qualify through its Parks and Recreation department. Interested individuals can apply online or call Parks and Recreation at (812)349-3700 for more information.

In addition to recreational swimming opportunities, Bryan Park Pool will also be hosting three two-week sessions of swim lessons this summer starting on June 3 with a registration deadline of May 27. These lessons cater to all levels from Guardian and Toddler for young children who need constant support in the water, to Level 4 for children ages 6-14 years. The fees for these lessons are $65 per person for Bloomington residents and $75 per person for out-of-city residents. Scholarships are also available through the Bloomington Parks Foundation.

For those interested in signing up for swim lessons or applying for a scholarship, they can browse the classes and dates online or apply directly through the Parks and Recreation website. With a variety of options available, the city of Bloomington is committed to providing its residents with fun and affordable summer activities.

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