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Food Truck Wednesday part of busy July at Franklin Recreation Complex Outdoor Pool

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The Aquatics Division of Williamson County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) will host a series of pool activities during July at the Franklin Recreation Complex.

From noon-2 p.m. on July 10, WCPR will host Food Truck Wednesday. Delicious treats from Moosic City Ice Cream & Waffles will be available while enjoying fun in the water. Cost of food is not included in daily admission.

It will be Christmas in July at the Franklin Recreation Complex Outdoor Pool and Splash Park on Thursday, July 18 from noon to 2 p.m. Take a summer picture with Santa while enjoying holiday music and games. Cost for the activities is included with admission.

General admission is $4 for adult swimmers, $2 for seniors (ages 55 and older) and youth (ages 3-17). Children ages 2 and younger are admitted free. 

All pools and facilities are open to the public. WCPR offers a $150 summer season pass (in-county rate) which includes outdoor pool use for individuals and families plus indoor amenity use (gymnasiums, wellness centers, fitness equipment, indoor pools and walking tracks) at the Franklin, Fairview, Longview and Nolensville centers from date of purchase through Sept 29. Out-of-county residents may purchase a summer season pass for an additional $30.

Visit the aquatics page at for details. The Franklin Recreation Complex is located at 1120 Hillsboro Rd.

For more information about any of these activities, contact Aquatic Manager Andrea Webb at (615) 790-5719 ext. 2026

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