CLOSED FOR THE 2019 SEASON
Thank you to everyone for a fun filled summer!
Crestline Village Hall 419-683-3800
Hours of Operation
May 28th thru August 9th
Monday through Saturday
12:00 noon through 7:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. through 5:00 p.m.
Season Pass Information
Passes are available at the Crestline Village Hall or you may download an application here. Applications must be filled out with payment due in full at the time of registration. Please make checks payable to the Village of Crestline Municipal Pool. Send mail-in registration to the Village of Crestline Pool, 100 N. Seltzer Street, Crestline, OH 44827. Season pass cards will be available before May 31 at the Village Hall and after June 1 at the Crestline Pool.
|Youth (under 18 years)||$50.00|
|Adult (18yrs. & Older)||$55.00|
|Additional (family members)||$10.00|
*A Family Pass includes immediate family and children under 18 living in the same household; up to four members. $10 charge for additional persons.
Daily Admission $3.00
Children 3 years old and younger are free.
The Crestline Pool is available for rental during the week and weekends. Please contact the Village of Crestline Hall at 419-683-3800 for more information and reservations. Rental fee is $100.00 for a two hour period; this includes lifeguard fees. Any additional hours are $50 per hours. No alcohol is allowed.
This year the Crestline Pool will be managed by the Village of Crestline, our goal is to increase the amount of its use by presenting a clean, safe and full service aquatic center.
Parks, Playgrounds & Recreation Committee:
Beverly Payne, Chairman
Allen Laferty & Mike Weisman
Pool Closings & Delays:
Due to swim-team home meets, the normal hours of pool operation will be adjusted throughout the season.
Pool patrons are responsible for all pool rules for your safety as well as others. Lifeguard instructions must be followed at all times.
Season Pass Cards must be presented at the gate upon each visit. No Pass Card, no entry.
Children ages 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.
If the air temperature is below 70 degrees, the pool will be closed.
Not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Swimming Lessons Available
Classes are offered in a 2 week session, totaling eight 30 minute lessons.
Classes are held Monday through Thursday June 19th thru June 29th.
(Makeup days on Fridays)
Preschool Lessons: 3 to 5 years old. No parental participation is required.
Must complete previous level prior to advancing.
Progressive Lessons: Ages 6 and Up.
Advanced Lessons: Ages 9 and Up.
Swimming Lesson Fees
$15.00 Season Pass Holders
$25.00 Non-Season Pass Holders
Crestline Municipal Swimming Pool Swim Attire Requirements
The current requirements are as follows:
All persons on the pool deck and/or swimming in the pool must have on proper swim attire.
All infants/toddlers that require a diaper must wear swimmer diapers and proper swimwear.
Clean cotton t-shirts and sarongs are allowed on the pool deck, however patrons must have on proper swim attire underneath.
The following attire is not allowed at the Crestline Municipal Pool:
“Street clothes,” Brazil/French-cut, thong style and/or revealing swim wear, cut-off jeans, jeans, skirts, shorts, sport bras, leotards, leggings, dri-fit wear, compression shorts and compression shirts are prohibited. Underwear and undergarments are not allowed to be worn under swimsuits.
Pool patrons often ask, “Why do I have to wear proper swimwear?” Here are just a few reasons as to why it is important to only wear pool attire in the pool.
Street clothes (especially cotton) can transport airborne and ultimately water borne contaminants into the pool.
Lycra and Nylon are the best non-absorbent material for swimming and are the best fabrics for proper swim attire.
Other absorbent materials (such as cotton) can break down in the water and cause fibers to clog filters.
Any “colored” material (unless specifically made for swimming) can bleed into the pool, affecting water chemistry and balance. This is also a reason for turbidity in pools.
Cotton and similar materials can absorb the chemicals in the water, causing the water to become less effective at maintaining the proper chemical balance or may cloud the water.