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Holmdel Swim Club Kids Join Together in a Fourth of July Parade


HOLMDEL, N.J. - The Holmdel Pool Club entertained dozens of children on Tuesday where they made holiday crafts and special banners to wave in their own special  Fourth of July Parade. During the parade, pool guests and their families applauded their patriotism and cheered them on as they made three laps around the facility. They had perfect weather conditions, great food at the Aloha Grill and, of course,  the 'let's have fun and make memories' passion of Holmdel Recreation's Debbie Brew. This is one of the many special events the team plans for the season. 

Now in their 44th Season, the Holmdel Pool Club harkens back to a simpler time so you can relax and unwind. Here, you can enjoy swimming laps, diving or getting little swimmers their start in the wading pool. You can also do something really enjoyable, absolutely nothing at all!

They have:

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  • Arts and Crafts Activities
  • Free WiFi
  • Swim Lessons
  • Swim Team
  • DJ Nights
  • Tournaments and Contests
  • Free Parking
  • Free Lockers
  • Basketball Court
  • Large Playground and more...check out the pictures and video!


Think the season has already passed you by? Not at all. The Holmdel Pool Club has a special membership package that starts on August 1st and runs until September 4, Labor Day. Rates are $400.00 per family for residents and $445 per family for non-resident.

Jump in, the water is fine! Go to for more information and registration.



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