Westchester County Park and Swim Passes to be Be Offered Starting This Weekend at Three Pools

Written By: Talk of the Sound News

In preparation for the opening of all county swimming pools on Friday, June 24, three pools will begin offering Westchester County resident Park Passes and season swim passes seven days a week beginning Saturday, June 11.

Tibbetts Brook Pool in Yonkers, Willson’s Waves in Mount Vernon and Saxon Woods Pool in White Plains will offer the passes from 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. daily through Labor Day, Monday, September 5. In addition, passes are available daily at Glen Island Park in New Rochelle, and Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, Ward Pound Ridge Reservation in Cross River and at all six county-owned golf courses.

A Park Pass is available to all residents ages 12 and older and provides access to all county facilities. Fee for an individual pass is $50 and it is valid for three years. Senior citizens ages 60 and older pay $50 and the pass is valid for six years. A Family Park Pass is available for two adults and any children (ages 12 to 18) living in the same household and costs $100. All must be present in order to get the pass.

A season swim pass is available for families, individuals and seniors citizens for Westchester County resident park pass holders only. The pass can be purchased and used at all county swimming facilities except Playland pool and beach. Fee is $200 for a family, $100 for an individual and $75 for senior citizens.

Go to westchestergov.com/parks for additional park pass locations and information.