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TOR To Swim This Summer

The Spook Rock Swimming Pool will be one of the regular stops for Transport of Rockland (TOR) buses this summer. Beginning June 20, the  #93 will stop at this county swimming facility.

The pool is on Spook Rock Road near the intersection of Viola Road in Ramapo and is open to all County residents from 11:30a to 8p daily in the summer.

TOR #93 serves Sloatsburg, Hillburn, Suffern, Nanuet, Hillcrest and Rockland Community College (RCC) and connects with other TOR routes, as well as with Clarkstown Mini Trans and Spring Valley Jitney bus routes, at Nanuet Mall, Hillcrest, RCC and other locations. Passengers can make transfers at any point where routes intersect.

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TOR buses travel to most parks in Rockland County, enabling residents to take advantage of activities such as hiking, picnicking, swimming and more. For TOR bus schedules, call the Rockland Transit Information Center at (845) 364-3333, Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or visit online at www.rocklandgov.com and click on the bus.

‘€œGo Green’€ to Rockland’s parks all summer long on the green & white TOR buses!  More than one-third of Rockland County is dedicated to parkland. For the locations of parks and pools throughout Rockland County, visit the Rockland County Tourism Department online at http://www.rockland.org/f_home.html and click on Leisure Activities, then on Parks and Playgrounds.

Source: Rockland Department of Transportation

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