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Posted on: May 10, 2018

Surprise Aquatic Center and Hollyhock Pool Open May 26

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Splash into summer at the Surprise city pools! Both Surprise Aquatic Center and Hollyhock Pool will open for summer swimming on May 26, including Memorial Day, May 28.

The Surprise Aquatic Center, located at 15831 N Bullard Avenue, will be open on weekends, noon – 5 pm; Monday through Thursday, noon – 6 pm; and Friday, noon – 4 pm.The Hollyhock Pool, located at 15808 N Hollyhock Street, will be open on weekends, noon – 4 pm; and Monday through Thursday, noon – 3 pm. 

Daily admission for Surprise residents is $1.00 per child (17 and under) and $2.00 per adult (must show proof of residency); non-resident admission is $5.  Children ages 10 and under must be accompanied by a responsible person (16 years or older) at all times. Pool passes are available for Surprise residents: $20 youth passes for ages 17 and under; $40 adult passes for ages 18 and older; and $80 family passes, which include admission for two adults and three children.   

For more information, visit or call the Hollyhock Pool at 623.222.2530 or the Surprise Aquatic Center at 623.222.2500.

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