Pool to Host Two Events Prior to Reopening

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Two of the Community Aquatic Center and Skate Park’s most popular events – the Doggie Dunk and Halloween – are scheduled to take place before the pool’s reopening on November 1.

The Doggie Dunk will be held from 10 am – 1:30 pm on Saturday, October 28. Individuals are invited to bring their dogs for a frolic and swim at the zero-depth entry children’s pool, which features slides, sprays, and a maximum depth of 3 feet. The cost is $5 per dog and $1 per person.

An annual tradition, the Halloween celebration will take place on Wednesday, October 31 from 6 pm – 11 pm. The event features a haunted hay ride, swimming, refreshments and trick or treating. Cost is $5 per person.

Beginning November 1, the pool will be open 9 am – 5 pm Tuesday through Saturday. Ongoing activities, including water aerobics, lap swim, water walking, swimming lessons and other programs, will resume their normal schedules. Daily, annual and off-season passes are available.

Located at 2001 Stadium Drive, the Community Aquatic & Skate Park is nestled within a 12-acre live oak forest and is open year-round. It features an 8-lane, heated, 25-yard pool and driving area, a zero-depth entry children’s pool with slides and sprays, a bathhouse and a 6,000-square-foot modular skate park. Adjacent to the aquatic and skate park is a picnic area, playground and a ¼ mile nature trail.

The facility is collected funded by the City of Rockport, Town of Fulton and Aransas County. It is managed by the City of Rockport. For questions or additional information, please call 361-727-9989.

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