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San Luis Park and Rec announces reopening of pool services

Offering open swim, swimming lessons, party reservations

SAN LUIS, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - Hello Summer! The San Luis Parks and Recreation Department announced this week that their municipal pool will soon reopen to the public. Along with it, the department will be offering open swim time, lessons to improve swimming skills and party reservation opportunities.

SAN LUIS DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

Open Swim

  • Starts Monday, June 28
  • FREE ADMISSION for the first day
  • From 3-8 p.m.

Swimming Lessons

  • 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Session 1:
    • June 14 - June 25
  • Session 2:
    • June 28 - July 9
  • Session 3:
    • July 12 - July 23
  • Resident Price:
    • $35 per person per session
  • Non-resident Price:
    • $45 per person per session

Pool Party Reservations are now being booked for the months of June - September for Saturdays and Sundays. Please visit the San Luis Parks and Recreation Office at 965 N Park Avenue for available dates and times.

Reservation Options

  • 1-30 Patrons for $150
  • 31-50 Patrons for $200
  • 51-75 Patrons for $225
  • 75-100 Patrons for $250
  • 101-150 Patrons for $275

PLEASE NOTE: All reservations include lifeguards; and a refundable $50 deposit is required.

To register for swimming lessons, pool party reservations and more information, please contact their department at 928-341-8574 or 928-341-8535.

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