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Allentown announces opening dates for city's pools, spray parks

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The City of Allentown Department of Parks and Recreation announced the daily opening for city pools and spray parks Thursday.

Cedar Beach Pool will open Saturday, May 25. The pool will then be open weekends only until June 16 when seven day a week operation begins through Labor Day.

New for 2019, the city resident restriction has been lifted making the pool open to all regardless of residency seven days per week. Cedar Beach Pool will also be open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27.

Resident daily admission is $6.00 for ages 4-59 and Non-Resident Admission is $12.00.  Resident Seniors 60 and older are $2.00 and Non-Resident Seniors are $4.00. Children 3 years of age and under are free.

Mack Pool       Saturday, June 15
Jordan Pool     Saturday, June 15

Resident daily admission is $4.00 for ages 4-59 and Non-Resident Admission is $8.00.  Resident Seniors 60 and older are $2.00 and Non-Resident Seniors are $4.00. Children 3 years of age and under are free.

Irving Pool       Saturday, June 15

Resident daily admission is $2.00 for ages 4-59 and Non-Resident Admission is $4.00.  Resident Seniors 60 and older are $2.00 and Non-Resident Seniors are $4.00. Children 3 years of age and under are free.

Photo proof of residency is required to receive resident admission rates via a driver’s license, photo ID or school-issued photo ID.

The city’s free Bucky Boyle and Old Allentown Fairgrounds spray parks also will open daily for the season on Saturday, May 25.

All facilities are open for recreational use from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily, weather permitting.

Additional Information regarding city of Allentown pools and spray parks can be found on the city's website.


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