SUMMER TIME….it’s a state of mind. Being wild and free, relaxing in the sun, lemonade and bbqs, splashing in the pool. Well, it is that time of year again!
It’s hard to believe as we sit here under a blanket of heavy wet snow that swim practice for the Central Park (formerly Stapleton) Stingrays has already begun. As we anxiously await for the last freeze to pass, we have our board shorts and tankinis in hand during this last week of school. Pool season is upon us and whether you live in Central Park (formerly Stapleton), or the greater Denver area, you live in a great place to be for the summer! Not only do we get over 300 days of sunshine per year and have tons of great biking and hiking trails, but we also have a plethora of outdoor public pools to make a splash. Let’s dig out our goggles, flip flops and floaties, it’s almost time for that first canon ball of the season. Denver Parks and Recreation alone service 16 outdoor pools that will open on June 3rd and Central Park (formerly Stapleton), which is by our home office, manages 6 outdoor pools (soon to be 7 pools) that will open this Saturday, May 25th.
Central Park (formerly Stapleton) Pools
Whether you own or rent in Central Park (formerly Stapleton), one of the perks of living in this awesome community is the resident membership to one of our six pools. The fee for each pass is only $20 for the season. For Non-Residents, you can still enjoy the Central Park (formerly Stapleton) facilities for a daily entrance fee. For more information on fees and schedules, visit the Central Park (formerly Stapleton) MCA website at www.StapletonCommunity.com. You can also pick up this season’s pool schedule magnet that features the Family Nights at your choice Central Park (formerly Stapleton) pool or at our office located in the 29th Avenue Town Center!
A few quick notes to remember about our pools:
Which pool is right for you? Each pool brings its own unique attributes. .Here is a little breakdown of some of the benefits of each:
Denver Public Pools
Denver Parks and Recreation offer numerous aquatic activities for kids and adults of all ages and abilities at their 16 outdoor and 14 indoor pools. Fun in the sun includes open swim times, lap swim, aqua fitness classes, swim lessons and private instruction. You can obtain admission by having an annual membership, pay a daily fee, purchasing a season pool pass or having a My Denver Card (available free to Denver kids ages 5-18). For more information on fees and schedules, you can visit the following website: Denver Rec Centers Outdoor Pool Information.
A few quick notes to remember about Denver public pools:
A few fun things to mention about the different Denver Pools:
More Outdoor Water Fun!
Below are some more options for outdoor water fun on the Front Range. Don’t forget about the swim teams, paddle boarding, kayaking, white water rafting, water parks and natural springs. We might live in a land bound state, but we have water!
A couple extra tips…wear your sunscreen, reapply your sunscreen every hour, put your phone in a waterproof bag, hold onto your sunglasses and wait to enter the water until 30 minutes after you’ve eaten. There you go….get ready to dive in!
Brought to you by Sondra Lockett-Cameron, Marketing Manager for TJC Real Estate and Management Services. Thanks to Jeff Stahlhut for many of the clever pool descriptions.
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