Recreation Department pool pass discount to make a splash | The Tennessean |  Business Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is offering outdoor pool passes for the summer swim season at a new, reduced price of $90.
A family summer pool pass used to be $120. “It’s a great deal and a wonderful way to get access to a state-of-the-art facility,” says Kerri Hudson, public information coordinator. “It’s a 90-day season for $90. It’s an unbelievable deal.”
The passes give access to outdoor pools and indoor facilities at the Franklin Recreation Complex, Fairview Recreation Complex and Longview Recreation Center at Spring Hill from May 29 through Sept. 2. The outdoor pools at those facilities are scheduled to open for the summer swim season on May 29.
The pool passes can’t be used at the Indoor Sports Complex in Brentwood as there is no outdoor pool there.
“We reduced it just to make it more affordable for people,” Hudson says. “It’s like a little mini summer pass. It’s for the outdoor pools, but you get access to the whole facility.”
The $90 passes will be available May 1-June 17 for Williamson County residents. Passes will be $180 for out-of-county residents.
“We wanted people to see what we have to offer,” Hudson says. “If we can get people in the door, they’ll want to be with us year round.”
At the end of the summer season, families may opt to get nine more months of rec center membership for a reduced rate if they buy before Sept. 30.
“They can pick up the rest of the year for the balance of a regular family membership,” she says. A Williamson County family normally pays $225 for an annual membership; the balance after pool season would be $135.
“It’s a way for families to have affordable fun over the summer,” Hudson says. “We’re just excited about the possibilities.”










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