Half price passes for Oro Valley Aquatic Center - Tucson News Now

Half price passes for Oro Valley Aquatic Center

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Oro Valley Aquatic Center is offering half price family passes, good for the remainder of the summer.

According to a recent release family passes for the Aquatic Center are on sale for $60 for Oro Valley residents, $75 for non-residents and are good until Labor Day on September 7. Each pass admits a family of six to the center for the next seven weeks.   

The daily drop-in rate for a family of up to six people is $15.

For the new lower pass rate families have access to an interactive splash pad, 130-foot water slide, 25-yard heated recreation pool, 50-meter heated competition pool, four springboard diving boards, as well as family changing rooms, shaded bleachers, rest areas and the concession stand.

Those interested in purchasing a pass can do so at the Oro Valley Aquatic Center at James D. Kriegh Park (23 W. Calle Concordia).

For more information about the Aquatic Center call (520) 297-SWIM (7946) or go online to www.orovalleyaz.gov/aquatics.

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