KYLE – The city of Kyle will open its municipal swimming pool full-time starting Saturday.
The pool, located in Gregg-Clark Park at the northwest corner of Center Street and Rebel Drive, will open every day from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. The pool has been open on weekends only since May 3.
The pool will remain open on a daily basis until Aug. 23, except for three days of maintenance (June 30, July 21 and Aug. 11). From Aug. 23 until Labor Day, it will open on weekends only from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. before closing down for the season.
Kyle residents pay admission rates of $1 for children ages 4-12, $1.50 for ages 13-17, and $2 for anyone 18-54. Those older than 54 pay $1. Those using the pool who don’t live in Kyle pay $3 from ages four and up, while children 3 and younger use the pool for free.
The city’s parks and recreation department also will hold teen nights on June 20, July 25 and Aug. 22. Teens aged 13-18 can use the pool from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. for $4 per teen.
Season passes are available to Kyle residents for $30 (ages 4-12 and ages 55-up), $35 (ages 13-17), $40 (ages 18-54), and $150 (family pack of five). Non-residents of Kyle can purchase season passes at double those rates.
The parks and recreation department also makes available punch cards, with which holders can receive 12 admissions for the price of 10. For Kyle residents, the cards cost $10 (ages 4-12 and 55-up), $15 (ages 13-17), and $20 (ages 18-54). Non-residents of Kyle can receive the cards for $30 for ages four and up.