Mayor Luke Ravenstahl today announced that the City of Pittsburgh’s newest recreation facility – the Schenley Park Miniature Golf Course – will open on Thursday, June 16, to coincide with the opening of Citiparks outdoor swimming pools.
“Thursday marks the unofficial start of summer here in the City of Pittsburgh, as we open our outdoor swimming pools for the season and introduce the new miniature golf course in Schenley Park,” said Ravenstahl. “Miniature golf is actually returning to the Schenley Park Skating Rink, since after its opening in the 1970s, the rink offered mini golf for many summers. We’re excited to reintroduce an 18-hole course in a beautiful park setting for very affordable family entertainment.”
The miniature golf course will operate until late summer Tuesdays through Fridays 4 – 9 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays 1 – 9 p.m. Cost for a round at the 18-hole course will be $4 for adults and $3 for children. The course will officially open Thursday at 4 p.m.
For more information, visit www.Citiparks.net or call 412-422-6547.
At 1 p.m. on Thursday, Citiparks outdoor swimming pools will open for the season and will remain open through Labor Day (September 5) as staffing levels permit: Ammon (Hill District), Banksville, Bloomfield, Fowler (Perry South), Highland Park, Homewood, Jack Stack (Brighton Heights), Magee (Greenfield), McBride (Lincoln Place), Moore (Brookline), Ormsby (South Side), Phillips (Carrick), Ream (Mt. Washington), Riverview Park, Schenley Park, Sue Murray (North Side), Sheraden, West Penn, (Polish Hill) and Westwood.
Individuals can purchase pool tags for year-round admission to Citiparks outdoor pools and the Oliver Bath House, which operates in the off season, at the following locations:
THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER
Citiparks Office, City-County Building, Fourth Floor, 414 Grant Street, Downtown Pittsburgh
BEGINNING JUNE 16 (and continuing throughout the summer season)
tags will be available at Citiparks pools during operating hours
Cost of pool tags for City residents are: $60 – family of four; $10 – each additional family member; $30 – adult (16 years or older); $15 – youth (3 – 15 years old); free – child (2 and younger). For non-City residents the cost is $45 for adult or youth.
Those interested in purchasing daily admission can do so at any pool beginning on June 16. Cost is $3 for children ages 3 – 15 and $4 for individuals 16 and older.
For City residents who are disabled veterans and families of active duty military and activated reservist/guard members, pool tags are available at no cost. Proper ID is required.
For more information, call the Citiparks Aquatics Division at 412-323-7928 or visit www.Citiparks.net.