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Pool Admission Rates

Admission to Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool is $5 per person. Children ages 3 yrs. and under are admitted free.

Pre-opening Season Pass sale

  • The Bryan Park Pool office will be open for pass sales Tuesday and Wednesday, May 18 and 19, from 3-7 p.m.
  • The Mills Pool office will be open for pass sales Thursday, May 20 from 3-7 p.m.
  • Season passes may be purchased during this time with a check, cash, or credit/debit card. The pools are not open for swimming during these times.

20-Punch Economy Punch Pass - $85

  • An economy punch pass allows a total of 20 admissions to Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool. The pass can be used for admission for different people.
  • Economy Punch Passes and any unused admissions expire at the end of the 2021 swimming season.
  • There are no refunds on Economy Punch Passes.

Season Pass - $50

  • The season pass is good for an unlimited number of admissions for one person to both Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool during the 2021 swimming season. 
  • There are no refunds on Season Passes.

Fee Waivers - download a pool admission fee waiver application

 

Any City of Bloomington, Indiana resident who feels that a fee for admission to Bryan Park Pool or Mills Pool would be discriminatory due to financial hardship may request a waiver of fees. Federal Office of Management and Budget's guidelines of 150% poverty level are used to determine eligibility. Immediate family members only may be included in the fee waiver application. Immediate family members include mother, father, or legal guardian and their children who are under the age of 17 yrs. and living in the same household.

Fee waiver application requirements:

  • A $5 application fee must accompany the application.
  • Proof of income is required for each adult income earner in your household.
  • Current statements for child support, Social Security, Supplemental Security income, and other assistance programs that show your benefit amount.
  • Notarized Citizen/Qualified Alien Status affidavit (these can be filled out and signed on-site at the Parks and Recreation Department office).
  • Proof of city residency (can be a current utility bill, a current housing lease or mortgage statement, or verification from a residential community such as the Bloomington Housing Authority)

Requests for fee waivers will be approved or denied, and the applicant notified in writing, within 14 days.

Applications can be obtained and submitted at the Parks and Recreation office, located at 401 N. Morton St. Suite 250 inside City Hall, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. For more information about how to apply for a fee waiver, contact Bloomington Parks and Recreation at 812.349.3700 or parks@bloomington.in.gov.

City parks and trails have remained open throughout the pandemic, with the city encouraging visitors to follow guidelines intended to slow the spread of COVID-19: maintaining a physical distance of at least six feet from other people, staying home if showing symptoms, and practicing good personal hygiene.