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Posted on: May 22, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Get in the Swim of Summer – Swim Lessons and Swim Passes Available

Get out your bathing suit and plan to make a day of it at Midland’s Plymouth Pool this summer.

SWIM LESSONS: Plymouth Pool swim lesson registration for youth begins at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 27. Parents have two options to register: online and in person. In person registration will take place from 7:30-10 a.m. at Plymouth Pool. Online registration can be found at Both methods of registration will run concurrently and there is no fee to register online. If you have participated with us before, please log on before the start of registration to reset your user name and password.

Swim lessons are $40.00 per session per person (a session includes eight 45-minute lessons). Classes meet Monday through Thursday for two weeks. All classes are held at Plymouth Pool.

SWIM PASSES: Season swim passes are now on sale at the Parks and Recreation Office and will be available at the pool on Wednesday, May 27 and then for the season beginning Saturday, June 13. Pool passes can be purchased at the pool or the Parks and Recreation Office throughout the summer.

Season Swim Passes:

Single – Youth under 19 and Seniors over 60 $ 70.00
Single – Adult (age 19 and over) $ 85.00 Family of 2 (same household) $120.00
Family of 3 (same household) $155.00 Family of 4 or more (same household) $190.00

Limited Pool Pass (15 admissions)
Youth under 19 and Seniors over 60 $ 40.00 Adult (19 and older) $ 50.00

Single pool admission is $5.00 for adults, and $4.00 for youth (under 19) and senior citizens (over 60). Children ages 4 and under are free, and must be accompanied by an adult.

For questions and further information, contact the Parks and Recreation Office at 989-837-6930 or by email at


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