It’s pool time: This weekend is going to be one of hottest of the year

We’re in the hottest time of the summer and there’s no place Miami Valley residents would rather be than our communities outdoor pools as we celebrate 4th of July.

Two locations, however, won’t be reopening their doors. The United Theological Seminary Pool in Trotwood and the Fairview Pool in Dayton won’t be open this summer.

The UTS Pool is permanently closed, per a post on its Facebook page.

“It is with sadness that I tell you that the UTS Outdoor Pool will be closed indefinitely,” a post read. “After blowing our water main in 3 different places, it has just become too expensive to repair.”

The Fairview Pool is being renovated this summer, Dayton Recreation and Youth Services Program Coordinator Lamonte Hall Jr. said.

Meanwhile, residents will still have a variety of pool options across the Miami Valley.

They include:

Montgomery County

Kroger Aquatic Center, 8625 Brandt Pike, Huber Heights: Opening Monday.

Admission is $6 for adult residents and $8 for non-residents, $5 and $7 for resident and non resident youth and seniors, and free for children under 3.

Farmersville-Jackson Township Joint Park Pool, 14440 Farmersville Gratis Road, Farmersville: Opened on Wednesday

Admission is $5.50 per person ages 5 to 62, $2 for seniors and $2.50 for children between the ages of 3 and 4.

Germantown Pool, 75 N. Walnut Street, Germantown: Opening Saturday.

Admission is free for children 2 and under and seniors, $2.50 for children ages 3 to 4 and $5.50 for others.

Adventure Reef, 2900 Glengarry Drive, Kettering: Opening Saturday.

Admission is $4.50 for residents aged 13 to 17 and $9 for non resident youth, as well as $5.50 for resident adults and $11 for non resident adults. Admission is $1 for residents below 2 years old, and $2 for non residents.

Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center, 400 S. Heincke Road, Miamisburg: Opening Saturday.

For residents, admission is $3.50 for those aged 4-17, $4 for adults and $3.50 for those 55 and older. For non-residents, admission is $6, $7 and $6 respectively.

Cassel Hills Swimming Pool, 1061 Taylorsview Drive, Vandalia: Opened May 19, and a new kiddie pool will be available around Memorial Day

Admission is $5 for ages 5 to 61, and $4 for ages 62 plus.

Wilson Park Pool, 1226 S. Elm Street, West Carrollton: Opening Saturday.

Admission is $4 and $6 for resident and non-resident adults respectively, and $3.50 and $5 for resident and non-resident youth and seniors respectively.

Miami County

Troy Aquatic Park, 460 West Staunton Drive, Troy: Opening Saturday.

Admission is $6 for those aged 6 to 59, $3 for those aged 3 to 5 and $4 for those over 60.

Piqua Community Pool, 1421 South Street, Piqua: Opening Saturday.

Admission is $4 for adults, $3.50 for students and $1.5 for kids aged 3 to 5.

Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center, 225 Parkwood Drive, Tipp City: Opening Saturday.

Admission is $7 for adults, $6 for youth aged 3 to 17 and $5 for those over 65 years old.

Darke County

Arcanum Community Pool, Ivester Lane and Weisenbarger Court, Arcanum: Opening June 4.

Admission is $3 for people aged 4 and up and $2 for those over 60.

Village of Versailles Swimming Pool, 448 Woodland Drive, Versailles: Opening Monday.

Admission is $3 for youth aged 4 to 17, as well as for seniors, and $4 for adults.

Greenville Municipal Pool, 700 East Harmon Drive, Greenville: Opening Monday.

Admission is $5 and free for those aged 3 and under or 65 and older.

Preble County

Main Street Aquatic Center, 541 W. Main Street, Eaton: Opening Monday.

Admission is $6 for those aged 18 to 59 and $4 for youth aged 3 to 17 and seniors.

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