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Toledo city pools to open Saturday

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All Toledo city pools are scheduled to open Saturday at Noon.  Willys Pool, Navarre Pool and Pickford Pool along with the Savage Splash Pad will open at noon Saturday, June 21st which is the Summer Solstice for 2014.  Sunlight will be possible for 15 hours, 12 minutes and 13 seconds tomorrow, making it the day with the longest possible sunshine for 2014.

Roosevelt Pool and Wilson Pool will also be opening Saturday. 

Regular hours and admission for the 2013 pool season is on the City of Toledo website (toledo.oh.gov) and will be as follows:


Willys Complex Pool – Will be Open

1375 Hillcrest

Tuesday – Sunday

Noon till 6 p.m.

Admission $1 for 12 years and younger

$2 for 13 years and older


Navarre Pool – Will be Open

1001 White

Monday-Saturday

Noon till 6 p.m.

Admission $1 for 12 years and younger


Pickford Pool – Will be Open

3000 Medford

Monday-Saturday

Noon till 6 p.m.

Admission $1 for 12 years and younger


Savage Splash Pad Water Play Park – Will be Open

645 Vance St.

Monday-Saturday

Noon till 6 p.m.

Admission free


Roosevelt Pool – Will be Open

910 Dorr St.

Tuesday – Sunday

Noon till 6 p.m.

Admission $1 for 12 years and younger

$2 for 13 years and older


Wilson Pool – Will be Open

3253 Otto

Monday-Saturday

Noon till 6 p.m.

Admission $1 for 12 years and younger


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