Kroger Aquatic Center at the Heights. BOB GARLOCK / STAFF
Photo: Bob Garlock
Photo: Bob Garlock

One of the area’s biggest pools open for the season starting today

This just in: Your summer plans just got a bit more exciting.

As of today, June 1, the Kroger Aquatic Center at The Heights will be open to the public. The public pool, located in Huber Heights, will be operating from 1-8 p.m. daily with new safety procedures in place, including set days for pass-holders and Huber Heights residents only.

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The pool, boasting an impressive assortment of activities, from its lazy river to water jungle gym, has been a favorite summertime destination for Miami Valley residents since its creation in 2012.

To keep its patrons safe, the popular public pool will be putting familiar procedures in place, like frequent cleaning efforts, new capacity rules and adjustments to seating for increased social distancing. Capacity will be posted at the pool and enforced. Anyone with a fever or symptoms will not be allowed to enter. 

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Huber Heights citizens with proof of residence and season passholders will be able to enter the pool every day at noon. Additionally, every Monday and Wednesday in June, the pool will only be open to Huber Heights residents and season pass-holders. 

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Pricing for day passes is as follows:

- Seniors (60 or older): $5 for Huber Heights resident, $7 for nonresident

- Adult (18-59): $6 for Huber Heights resident, $8 for nonresident

- Youth (3-17): $5 for Huber Heights resident, $7 for nonresident

- Children two and under are free

Until further notice, no events or parties at the pool will be taking place.

For more information about the pool’s reopening and pricing for season passes, visit the Kroger Aquatic Center’s website

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