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With the increase of COVID-19 vaccines across the state, aquatic centers across Dallas are making a comeback ready for a refreshing summer. Some swimming pools are already open for weekend use, while the rest will continue to do so throughout the summer.
The Crawford, Fretz and Samuel Grand Cove Aquatic Centers reopened this past weekend, and will remain open on the weekends with COVID-19 safety protocols. Admission costs $5 per person. Community and neighborhood aquatic centers will reopen starting June 5th for weekend use only, and all Dallas swimming pools will open for daily use on June 19! More information about each watering hole can be found on the Dallas Aquatics website.
For an exciting water adventure for the whole family you can now visit the Bahama Beach Waterpark! The park reopened last weekend with new attractions and a whole new area for visitors to enjoy. Hours will remain weekend only until June 19, after that it will be open daily. Tickets are $15 for people over 4 feet tall, and $11 for people under 4 feet, and free for children under 2 years old. Dallas residents get a $2 discount!
Swim across Texas at this historic Texas-shaped swimming pool! The Texas Pool, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is celebrating its 60th season this year. The massive 168,000-gallon saltwater pool features a snack bar and BBQ grills on site for a whole family cook-out! They’ll be open from Tuesday through Sunday, and tickets cost $10 per person.