Parks and Recreation Department

Municipal Service Center – 4811 N. Saginaw Rd.  Midland, MI 48640   Phone: 989-837-6930 Email: recreation@midland-mi.org

 

 

Plymouth Park Pool (1508 E. Wheeler St., 989-631-6750)

 

Plymouth Pool will open on Saturday, June 7, 2014! Complete with a waterslide, Plymouth Park Pool provides aquatic entertainment for for the whole family. Enhancements include special spray features, a shallow area,and a zero depth entry that is perfect for children and those with disabilities.  The pool building features showers and changing facilities with spacious accessible dressing rooms. Coolers (no glass containers), chairs, water toys and life jackets are allowed at the pool.

Click here for a printable list of Plymouth Pool policies

   

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Want to receive information when we cancel swim lessons or close the pool?  Visit www.rainoutline.com and register to receive email or text alerts or download the app.  You can also call 989-399-0506 for rainout information.   

 

2014 SWIM LESSONS

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Click here for a printable version of swim class schedules and descriptions

Swim lesson registration is coming soon!  In-person registration is from 7:30am-1:00pm on Wednesday, May 28th at Plymouth Pool.  Online registration also begins at 7:30 a.m.  Please note that there is a convenience fee to register online.  Log in by clicking the Register Now button above to create your Active account today and put your lessons on a wish list!  New this year we are offering a few 6:45 p.m. classed to alleviate the number of children in the pool during open swim.  Tell us what you think about this change!

 

Other Important Information

·         Swim lessons are $35.00 per session per person.  Swim lessons take place for two weeks, Monday through Thursday, for 45 minutes at Plymouth Pool.

·         Lessons are held on rainy days.  If a class is cancelled due to lightening, it will be rescheduled on the Friday of that week. 

·         On the first day of lessons please make sure your child is prepared to start on time.  We have a lot of information to cover in a short period of time.

·         Level 1 is a parent-tot class. Parents must accompany their child in the water for Level 1.

·         Swim Lessons 017If your child is participating in Levels II-V, you will only be allowed to view the lesson from outside the fence.  This will allow our staff to maximize their time with your child.

·         During swim lessons we do not allow any kind of flotation devices in the pool – this includes water wings and life jackets.  Goggles are acceptable. 

·         Please review the lesson descriptions carefully.  By signing your child up for lessons, you agree that your child is able to complete all the benchmarks of the prior level.  Parents are responsible for ensuring their children are in the level-appropriate lesson for their child.  If our staff finds that a level is too advanced and poses a safety risk for the child, the child will be removed from the class. 

·         Parents will only be able to pre-register children for one level higher than the child’s current level.  If the child does not pass the current level they will not proceed to the next level.     

·         Please know it is common for children to repeat levels before they are able to demonstrate each skill (and we encourage it!).  It is not important how quickly they move through the program but that they master each skill within the level.

·         Should you wish to speak to one of our staff, our swim lesson supervisor will be on deck after your child’s lesson.  Do not hesitate to approach them.

·         To be notified of lesson cancellations you must have registered to receive Rainout Line notifications or call our Rainout Line at 989-399-0506.

 

PUBLIC POOL SCHEDULE

 

Monday-Friday

Lap Swim

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Open Swim

1:00-8:30pm A portion of the pool will be closed from 5:45-7:45pm for swim lessons from June 16-August 14.

Saturday, Sunday, July 4 and Labor Day

Lap Swim

11:45am-12:45pm

Open Swim

1:00-8:30pm

General Admission at Pool

Adult (19+)

$4.00

Youth (5-18) & Seniors (60+)

$3.00

4 & under (w/parent or guardian)

Free

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAILY POOL FEES AND MEMBERSHIPS

Group Rates:  There are no group rates for Plymouth Pool; however, groups are recommended to purchase a Limited Pass or pay the daily rate.

 

Unlimited Swim Pass

*Must have same household address

Individual Adult Pass

$80.00     

Individual Youth Pass

$65.00

Family of 2* 

$115.00    

Family of 3* 

$145.00    

Family of 4+*

$165.00

Limited Pass-15 Admissions

Adult

$45.00

Youth/Senior Citizen

$35.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

Summer Splashtacular; Teen Nights at Plymouth Pool

Again this year, The Rock Youth Center, the Legacy Center for Community Success and Parks and Recreation will offer high school and middle school students a chance to get a little crazy after hours at Plymouth Pool.  New this year, events are themed and include a luau, cardboard boat races and even a movie in the pool!  All events are from 8:30-11:00pm.  The event is free to Midland county middle school and high school students (photo ID is required).  Food and snacks are provided.    

 

Date

Age Group

Theme

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Middle School

Cardboard Boat Race

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

High School

Karaoke (Open Mic)

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Middle School

Swimming Dead/Zombie Apocalypse

 

Pooches at the Pool 

203.JPGPlymouth Pool is going to the dogs!  Midland Parks and Recreation is delighted to announce the third annual Pooches at Plymouth Pool Dog Swim!  Owners will have the opportunity to fetch their Fido and take a swim before the pool closes for the season.  Plymouth Pool features a zero-depth entry and a deep well – perfect for any pooch! Each dog will get 30 minutes in the pool (with their owner age 18 and older).  Owners will be responsible for providing proof of vaccinations on the day of the event.  In addition, local canine organizations will be on hand to showcase their services and to provide volunteer assistance.  Cost is $6.00 per dog and pre-registration is required.  Proceeds from this event will go toward improvements at the Midland Dog Park!

 

All dogs on deck!  Preregistration and prepayment for this event is necessary.  No registrations will be taken on the day of the event.  Registration will end when all spots are full.  Registration begins on Monday, August 4, 2014.  Please contact Midland Parks and Recreation at 989-837-6930 or click on the registration button above to register.  It’s a dog eat dog world, so register early! 

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The  summer employment opportunities for the Plymouth Pool have all been filled for the 2014 season.  Please check back in January of 2015 for next year’s opportunities.

 

Stratford Woods Park (3922 E. Ashman, at the eastern edge of Midland on E. Ashman St., 1/4 mile east of Waldo Ave.)

 

Kiwassee Lake in Stratford Woods Park is another popular swimming locale in Midland. This FREE, shallow, sandy bottom lake is perfect for IMG.jpgchildren and adults alike.  A large beach is available for sunbathing or playing in the sand. There are no lifeguards on duty, and the beach is unsupervised.  Park hours are 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

 

Maps to Outdoor Public Swim Facilities

Click here to find MapQuest maps to Midland’s two public outdoor swim facilities.