Gwinnett County is opening some of its swimming pools for limited use through September by reservation

Indoor and outdoor pools at Gwinnett aquatics centers will be open through September by reservation only and with lifeguards and COVID-19 precautions in place. 
You can book a three-hour timeslot on weekends beginning at either 11 am or 3 pm at seven facilities. Three locations will host family swim times one night a week. 
Visit GwinnettParks.com for information and reservations.

Indoor Lap/Exercise Swim Time and Play Pool Time reservations are now available in a limited capacity. Call to reserve Lap/Exercise Swim Time or click here for Play Pool Time reservations.   

To maintain proper social distancing and requisite cleaning protocol as outlined by the Georgia Department of Public Health and the CDC, reservations are required. You can register and pay online one day in advance for contact-less reservations. Regular fees apply for lap swim and water exercise. Special pricing for three-hour leisure pool reservations is $4.25 per Gwinnett resident. Non-Gwinnett resident fees apply for both reservations.

Before you leave the house, be sure you’ve got the right swim wear and your family is prepared with the correct requirements for pool entry. Check out what to wear (and what not to wear) and the pool rules.

Not all pools are open through September. The closest to the Loganville area is Lenora Park Pool and that one will not be open. Click or tap on the Link of a park to see if it is one that will be open for reserved or family swimming.

Best Friend Park Pool (seasonal) 
Bethesda Park Aquatic Center (year-round) 
Bogan Park Aquatic Center (year-round) 
Collins Hill Park Aquatic Center (year-round and seasonal) 
Dacula Park Pool (seasonal)
Lenora Park Pool (seasonal) 
Mountain Park Aquatic Center (year-round and seasonal) 
Rhodes Jordan Park Pool (seasonal) 
West Gwinnett Park Aquatic Center (year-round and seasonal)

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