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Tiffin Parks and Rec opens pool, shelter reservations for Summer 2023




An aerial view of Hedges-Boyer Park in Tiffin. (Contributed Photo)

Tiffin, Ohio — The Tiffin Parks and Recreation Department is ready to kick off another exciting summer season, with pool and shelter reservations now open for bookings. Additionally, the registration for day camps will start at 9 a.m. on April 5, the department announced Tuesday.

Last year, the department partnered with SportsMan Parks and Recreation Software to provide registration services for parks programs and facility rentals. The site is live now for shelter rentals and pool passes and can be accessed by clicking here.

Youth camps for the summer can be viewed by visiting this link. Most camps have a fee and all registration will be done online. Families are encouraged to visit the site and create an account prior to sign-up. Those who registered last year should already have an account, but are encouraged to login ahead of sign-up to update any information. Registration for adult sand volleyball leagues is already open and can also be accessed at the above link.

The City of Tiffin pool will be open daily from May 29 through Aug. 13. Pool membership is $10 per person for the season and $5 for a single day pass for pool users aged 3 and older. Membership is preferred online through credit card. Families can also rent the pool for parties or events on Saturdays and Sundays for a fee of $150 for up to 25 swimmers (rates increase with more swimmers). For more information or to book a reservation, visit the website.

Moreover, Tiffin Parks and Recreation is seeking seasonal help for all areas, including life guards, park maintenance, and day camp counselors. For more information or to fill out an application, visit this link.

Parks and Recreation Director Bryce Kuhn expressed excitement for the summer season and said, “We look forward to seeing you at our camps, in the pool, and just enjoying the great outdoors!”

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