Pool & Recreation

Jersey Shore Community Pool

Pool Closed for the Season

The pool will reopen in May 2022.

Membership rates are as follows: 

Individual: Resident $60.00
                  Non-Resident $75.00

Family (up to 5 members): Resident - $150.00
                                           Non-Resident - $170.00

Additional members: Resident - $ 30.00
                                   Non-Resident - $ 45.00
(must be purchased with Family membership)

Swim Team: Resident $45.00
                    Non-Resident $60.00

Punch card: $30.00

Daily walk-in rates: Age 6 & up: $4.00
                               Ages 2-4: $2.00
                               Under 2: Free

Pool party:  Open parties $50.00 for 2 hours, up to 20 guests, after that walk-in rate, with $10.00 non-refundable deposit due 2 weeks prior to party date.
                   Closed parties (Fri, Sat, Sun only) $80.00 per hour and up to 50 guests, after that $2 per guest, with $25.00 non-refundable deposit due 2 weeks prior to date of party.

Adult swim daily 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. must be 18 or older $1.00

Mommy/Daddy and me daily 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for parent and toddlers under 3 cost $1 for parent

New for 2021: Evening Swims every Wednesday starting June 16, 2021 (except July 7, 2021, due to Town meeting) through end of season from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., cost $3.00 for 6 and up, $1 for 2-5, free under 2.

 Jersey Shore is your gateway to recreation opportunities throughout the north-central Pennsylvania highlands region.

Pine Creek Rail Trail

Pine Creek Rail Trail Hike and bike along 60 miles of what USA Today calls one of the 10 best hiking trails in the world. From Jersey Shore to Ansonia in Tioga County, this picturesque trail will take you through the PA Grand Canyon where bald eagles, deer, otters, and osprey abide and waterfalls and dramatic rock outcrops line the trail.

Pine Creek Rail Trail


Biking & Walking Trail Connectivity Project: Lycoming County, in collaboration with Tioga and Clinton counties, is seeking federal grant funding to connect the communities of Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, and Wellsboro to the Pine Creek Rail Trail. In support of the grant application, the counties developed a brief survey and are asking for as much input as possible. It’s hoped that, in addition to recreational use, people will express interest in using the trails to commute to work or for shopping.

Please click on the following link (through April 10) to take the survey:  http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07egyo2opgk7m5cvmt/start

Jersey Shore Historical Society

Jersey Shore Historical Society Samuel Moss House
200 Main Street
Jersey Shore, PA 17740

Formed in 1963, the Jersey Shore Historical Society is located in the 1846 Samuel Moss House at the corner of Smith and South Main Streets. Samuel Moss was a merchant, mail carrier, and stagecoach driver on the Coudersport Pike. The Society preserves this house as a museum for Jersey Shore Borough and area history and provides a glimpse of period furnishings and historical items.