All Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation aquatic centers have extended and modified summer hours until Labor Day. (Courtesy Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation)

School may have started, but Gwinnett pools remain open

All Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation aquatic centers have extended and modified summer hours until Labor Day.

The seasonal leisure pools at Lenora Park, 4315 Lenora Church Road in Snellville

and Rhodes Jordan Park, 100 East Crogan St. in Lawrenceville will be open on weekends through Sept. 2, and year-round aquatic centers will have special hours depending on location. Throughout the school year Bogan Park Aquatic Center, 2723 North Bogan Road in Buford

and Bethesda Park Aquatic Center, 225 Bethesda Church Road in Lawrenceville will offer special extended hours on days when school is out.

Residents can purchase a year-round, seasonal or 10-visit FUNCARD valid at all Gwinnett pools. All paying patrons (ages 18 and older), will be required to provide proof of residency in order to receive the Gwinnett resident rate. Gwinnett residents have the option to purchase a Resident Passport as a convenient way to show proof of residency. FUNCARDS and Resident Passports can be purchased at all aquatic facilities and various gyms and community centers.

All pools are accessible for people with disabilities and offer safe and lifeguard staffed swimming places for all ages. Details on facility rules, specific amenities and hours of operation, or information on facility rental: www.gwinnettparks.com.

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