Newnan’s Lynch Pool opens today

From Staff Reports news@newnan.com Newnan’s Willie Lynch Park Pool opens for the summer season today.

“Come take a splash in the city pool,” said city spokeswoman Gina Snider. Swimming lessons are available for ages 4 to 14 for $40 per session, Wednesday night Adult Volleyball League, and water aerobics for $4 per class. The pool at Lynch Park, corner of Wesley Street and Richard Allen Drive just west of downtown, will be open seven days a week during the summer. Monday through Friday the pool will be open from 1-7 p.m except Wednesdays 10-5 p.m., Saturdays 10-6 p.m. and Sundays 1-6 p.m. General admission is $3 and single and family summer passes are available. Call the pool staff to reserve the facilities for private parties at 770-683-0467.

The pool will close during inclement weather. Visit www.cityofnewnan.org or www.coweta.ga.us for more information. The pool, constructed by Georgia Development Partners, contains 4,200 square feet of water area, a 42-foot-wide zero entry, a mushroom water feature near the zero entry, four lanes for recreational lap swimming, a dedicated catch pool for the 75-foot water slide, a splash fountain for the kids, and several tables and shade umbrellas for the adults. Funding for the pool was provided by the 2007 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax proceeds.



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