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Splash into Summer at Milltown Borough Pool


MILLTOWN, NJ - The kids and teachers are counting down; moms and dads not so much. School will be out for summer in the Milltown and Spotswood school districts on June 17. Boredom usually sets in for kids after 24 hours or less and then the sibling arguments and whining about having nothing to do typically begin.

If summertime plans are still up in the air, the Milltown Borough Pool will be selling badges after June 18 at the pool only.

Badges will be available daily at the pool from 9 a.m. until noon. The pool will be celebrating the onset of summer with a free opening weekend on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19. This event is for Milltown residents only. Residents must bring a a current copy of their electric bill as proof of residency to gain entrance.

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The Milltown Borough Pool is open daily from 12 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Prices for a seasonal badge are:

  • Adults ages 14 and up - $145 for residents and $195 for non-residents
  • Children ages nine through 13 - $135 for residents and $175 for non-residents
  • Children ages four through eight - $110 for residents and $140 for non-residents
  • Children under three - free for residents and $10 for non-residents
  • Seniors ages 60 and up - $45 for residents and $510 for non-residents

There is also a Family option, which includes parents and children. A summer for the family is $390 for residents and $510 for non-residents. An after 5 p.m. badge costs $75 for residents and $100 for non-residents and includes weekend entrance after 5 p.m.

Resident and non-resident members may bring a guest. However, fees do apply for a daily badge. Fees for a daily guest badge are $10 for adults 14 years of age and older and $7 for children ages four through 13. The fee is slightly higher on weekends and holidays with adults paying $12 for a guest badge and children being charged $9. A senior guest badge is $5 on week days as well as weekends and holidays.

Swimming lessons are also available at the Milltown Borough Pool. Four sessions are held during the summer, which includes two weeks of lessons. Times are available in the morning and the evening. There are also Mommy and Me swim classes. The cost of a two-week session of swim lessons is $100 for residents and $100 for a non-resident member. Non-resident, non-member lessons cost $225 for the first session and $175 for an additional sessions.

Session one runs from June 27 through July 8 while session two is set for July 11 through July 22. Session three is scheduled for July 25 through August 5 and session four will run from August 8 through August 19.

There are two sessions of Mommy and Me swim classes. Classes are 30 minutes long and are held three times a week.

Who's ready to splash into summer?

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