Montpelier Parks & Recreation

  • For pool party reservations call the Recreation Office at​              419-485-3496.  Feel free to leave a message.
  • For public or private swim lesson information during the summer please contact the pool at 419-485-5811.

The Montpelier Pool opened June 4, 2024.

In 2024, the Montpelier Pool will be free Thursdays-Sundays.  Thanks to the National Honor Society students and their coin drive that made this possible.

Pool Admission


  After 6 p.m.$1.00
Book of 25 pool passes$45.00
Individual Season Pass$20.00
Family Season Pass (Limit 5 family members)  $150.00
Public Swim Lessons $15.00/2 week session 
Pool Party without Slide (1.5 hours)$75.00
Pool Party with Slide (1.5 hours)$100.00


The Montpelier Municipal Pool will once again be offering swim lessons during the summer.  The session is as follows:


Session 1: June 17-21; June 24-28

Levels 1, 3 & 5              10:00-10:45 a.m.
Levels 2, 4 & 6              11:00-11:45 a.m.

Please contact the pool to determine you child’s skill level.

Children must be at least 6 years of age to take public swimming lessons.  The lifeguards will place the swimmers in the appropriate levels on the first day if the level is unknown.  The cost per session is $15.00.  Swim Lesson fees are not refundable.  

Private lessons are also available from any lifeguard.  Please contact the pool and/or the lifeguard of your choice for more information at 419-485-5811.

If your child does not attend the first class of public swim lessons, his or her slot will be forfeited if there is a waiting list for public lessons.


The Montpelier Eagles have donated funds to sponsor any child who would like to take public swim lessons for FREE at the Montpelier Pool.  If you are interested, please stop by the pool to fill out a Making Waves form and sign up for a session of swimming lessons.  Applies only to public, not private, lessons.  If you have questions, please call the pool at 419-485-5811.






Municipal Park Pavilion$35.00Fee
Municipal Park Restroom Keys
Main Street Park Pavilion$35.00Fee
Storrer Park Pavilion$35.00Fee
Storrer Park Restroom Keys$20.00Deposit

The pavilions and pool are available for rent during the summer.  All park rules still apply during parties.

You must be 18 or older to reserve the pool or pavilions. Pavilions are available on a first come, first served basis unless they are reserved.  If reserved, those with the reservation have first use of the pavilion until they are done with their reservation.

To reserve a pavilion or the pool, please call the Recreation Office at 419-485-3496.



1:00-5:00   Open Swim

5:00-6:00   Closed

6:00-8:00   Open Swim

Friday & Saturday

1:00-5:00   Open Swim

5:00-6:00   Closed

6:00-7:30   Pool Party

7:45-9:15   Pool Party


1:00-3:00   Open Swim​  

3:30-5:00   Pool Party


If there is enough interest and staff to hold the classes, these adult-oriented classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from Noon-1:00 p.m. and Tuesdays & Thursdays from 8:00-9:00 p.m.  The cost of the classes is $1.00 per session or $15.00 for the entire summer.  Please bring two empty 1 gallon milk jugs with caps to class.  Call the pool for more information at 419-485-5811.

Pool Rules and Regulations

Pool Rules may be found here.


The Montpelier Splash Pad is open for the 2024 season from 9am-9pm daily through Labor Day.  Free!

Please remember this is a family-friendly environment

The splash pad does not run continuously.  Please smack the activator switch (pole with a hand icon on it) to turn it on. 


Safety first!  The splash pad is unsupervised.  No lifeguards on duty.

Splash pad is under video surveillance.

​Feet first down the slides.  Only kids should go down the slides.

Children who are not toilet trained must wear swim diapers. Do not use the splash pad when you have diarrhea.

Proper swim attire is expected and required.

Splash pad water is not meant for drinking.

Please take children on frequent restroom breaks.  Wash hands after using rest room.

NOT permitted on the splash pad area:

  • Climbing, hanging, or sitting on spray features
  • Running, rough play, and profanity
  • Food, candy, gum, beverages, and glass containers
  • Street shoes, boots, or heels.  (Swim socks, sandals or flip flops are ok.)
  • Inflatable pool toys, athletic and other recreation equipment
  • Soaps, detergents, and shampoos
  • Animals, except service animals.
  • Changing diapers 
  • Radios or other acoustical devices
  • Bicycles, skateboards, skates, scooters, rollerblades or similar equipment
  • Smoking or vaping

Food and beverages used in the shade area must be properly disposed of in trash containers.  NO GLASS BOTTLES ARE ALLOWED.  Leave no trace.

At the first sign of thunder or lightning, vacate the splash pad and seek a fully enclosed shelter.

Having fun is permissible and highly encouraged!

Enjoy your day at the splash pad!