Where to Swim and Cool Off? Grand Rapids City Pools Have Live Occupancy Updates
These hot spring and soon to be summer days have been hard on so many. And, trying to find a place to have fun and cool off at the same time, like a swimming pool or splash pad for example, can be tough. But, the City of Grand Rapids has you covered.
DIVING IN SWIMMING POOL
The problem is, maybe the pools are full when you want to go, and it's a true bummer to show up only to find out that you can't get in until someone leaves. Well, the city now has added an occupancy counter to their website so you don't waste a trip. It give you the latest information on the two pools open now, Briggs and Richmond, and soon the MLK pool will open. CLICK HERE FOR THE WEBSITE!
SWIMMING POOL FUN FOR THE KIDS
This is a huge relief for everyone and so easy to use and navigate.
The cost of the pools is so inexpensive, too.
Open Swim Admission (cash or credit card)
Youth (17 and under): $1 Adults (over 17): $3
Youth (17 and under): $3 Adults (over 17): $5
Lap Swim Admission (cash or credit card)
Residents: $2 Nonresidents: $4
The Splash Pads, and there are 14 of them are: - Free for all visitors
Grand Rapids even offers better deals for the season:
Punchcards and Season Passes
PUNCHCARD (YOUTH ADMISSION = 1 PUNCH, ADULT ADMISSION = 2 PUNCHES)
10-Punch: $8/resident, $18/nonresident
20-Punch: $15/resident, $25/resident
Punchcards can be purchased at all 3 pool locations. Cash or credit accepted.
FAMILY SEASON PASS (VALID FOR A HOUSEHOLD OF UP TO 6 PEOPLE. UNLIMITED ADMISSION TO ALL POOLS.)
Resident: $80 Nonresident: $90
Season passes can be purchased at all 3 pool locations. Cash or credit accepted.
EVEN BABIES LOVE TO SWIM
Such a deal. Happy staying cool with a ton of fun!
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