DuBois, PA – The DuBois City Pool opens this weekend! Normal pool hours are noon until 7 p.m. each day. Day passes cost $7 for adults, $6 for kids, and $4 for senior citizens.
You can swim from 6 until 7 p.m. any night for just $1. Season passes cost $150 for an entire family, $100 for an adult, $80 for youths, and $45 for senior citizens.
The pool has plenty of room for diving, swimming, a kids wading area with a fountain and dump bucket, and even a water slide.
Check the website for more information or call 814-375-9792.
Look below for photos and even a video of the DuBois City Pool!
The Brockway Pool at Taylor Park is still deciding if and when it can open this year. Not enough people applied to be lifeguards this year, and the pool can’t remain open consistently without a lifeguard being on duty at all times.
Visit their Facebook page to learn more about the pool itself. If you’d like to ask about becoming a lifeguard or renting out the pool for the day, call the Brockway Borough Office at 814-268-6565.
The St. Marys Community Pool is having a first taste of summer on Memorial Day Weekend. The pool will be open from noon until 5 this Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Cost for everyone is just $3 for these days.
June 1 is official opening day for St. Marys Community Pool. Day passes are $5 for adults, $4 for kids, and $3 for anyone on weekends. Hours are 1 until 8 p.m. at the pool on Wolfel Avenue in St. Marys.
Visit their Facebook page for more information or call 814-834-9417.
The Clearfield Community Pool is having its opening day on Saturday, June 2 at its new location on Polk Street. Hours are 1 until 8 p.m. daily. Day passes cost $7 for adults and $6 for kids. For opening day on June 2 only, there will be free admission. Visit their Facebook page for more information or call 814-765-8056.
PHOTOS AND VIDEO OF THE DUBOIS CITY POOL
DuBois City Pool opens this weekend! Normal hours are noon to 7 each day. Kids are $6 for a day pass, adults are $7, and you can take the whole family for $16.
Posted by Sunny 106 on Wednesday, May 23, 2018
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