SUMMER IN SURREY: Everybody into the pool – for free

The City of Surrey has eight outdoor pools – and they’re all free.

Greenaway pool (17901 60th Ave.) is one of eight outdoor pools in Surrey. There is also one in North Delta.

Did you know Surrey has eight outdoor swimming pools, and admission is free at all of them?

Three pools are already open. Those are Greenaway (17901 60th Ave.), Bear Creek (13820 88th Ave.) and Sunnyside (15455 26th Ave.)

Bear Creek pool plays host to free Aquafit classes for those ages 13 and older. They run from 8 to 9 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and from 9 to 10 a.m. on weekends.

The rest of the outdoor pools open on June 29, at Hjorth Road (10277 148th St.), Holly (10662 148th St.), Kwantlen (13035 104th Ave.), Port Kells (19340 88th Ave.) and Unwin (6845 133rd St.).

Click here for more details on Surrey’s outdoor pools.

Swimming lessons are also available. Details at Tidesout.com.

In North Delta, the outdoor pool at 11415 84th Ave. is open on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.

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