After the bummer summer of 2020, we're all going to be looking for fun things to do and apparently ways to stay cool because the Farmer’s Almanac recently released its prediction for summer in Minnesota and it is going to be a scorcher! Their long-term forecast calls for “searing” temperatures.

One of the best ways to have fun and beat the extreme heat is to head over to the Kasson Aquatic Center. A lot of families, including mine, make regular trips over to Kasson to enjoy their amazing facility. You'll soon be able to splash into summer at the Kasson Aquatic Center because they just announced they'll be opening to the public on Memorial Day weekend. We can get you in for FREE! Fill out the form at the bottom of this article to enter to win 10 pool passes.

What To Expect at the Kasson Pool:

If you’ve never been to the Kasson Aquatic Center AKA the Kasson pool it is so much fun. It features giant waterslides, diving boards, and a rock-climbing wall and has been voted best swimming pool for the last 4 years!

What are the hours at the Kasson Pool:

The Kasson Aquatic Center will open Memorial Day Weekend. Open Public Swim hours will be 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM.

How much does it cost to get into the Kasson pool:

For information on daily fees, discount daily fee booklets, family or individual memberships, please visit the cityofkasson.com website and make sure to enter the form below to win 10 free pool passes!

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