GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — City of Grand Rapids pools and splash pads open officially for the summer on Friday, June 10.
The city’s pools are located at Briggs Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Park and Richmond Park. There are also a number of splash pads scattered around the city.
Adult residents will be charged $2 for open swim at pools and the fee for kids between the age of 1 and 17 is $1. For nonresidents, adults and youth will both be charged $4. All babies under the age of 1 get in free.
A seasonal family pool pass for up to six people can also be purchased for $80 and allows unlimited swimming during open swim hours.
This year the pools will be open seven days a week and hours have also been extended, according to Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation Director David Marquardt.
Swim hours, lessons and splash pad locations can be found on the city’s website.