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C.A. Thompson Park/City Pool

The C.A. Thompson Park is here for you.  With two covered pavilions and a playground, your party, family or business gathering needs are met.  These pavilions have recently received a makeover (March 2015), thanks to our local 4-H office.  The Agrana Pavilion overlooks the Duck River (a breath-taking sight), while our Civitan Pavilion is situated closer to the playground (for closer supervision).  To reserve a pavilion (at no cost to you), call our business office at (931) 729-4246, ext. 803 to check the availability.  Call soon---it fills up fast in the summer!

 

The park also offers a community swimming pool, complete with slides and a diving-board, with on-duty lifeguards.  There is plenty of room for you to throw out a blanket or bring your lounge chairs.  We do reserve the pool, after hours, for pool parties.  Call Stanley Gordon at (931) 729-4246, ext. 111 to get rates and available dates (once pool opens, use information below).

Due to the restrictions imposed by the Covid 19 situation, the city pool will by CLOSED this season.  We plan to use this down time to make improvements and upgrades to be ready for the 2021 season.

 

 

For information on Pool Hours, Daily Rates, Season Passes, and Swimming Pool Party Reservations call 931/729-9116.

 

The Town of Centerville thanks you for support at the City Park, River Park and the City Pool.

 

                                                               Alan Gilbert,

                                                               City Building Inspector

                                                               Town of Centerville

Swimming Pool Event Application
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2019 SWIMMING POOL SEASON
Hours of operation, phone number, prices
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