Blog Business Crime Park Cities The Price of Ice at the University Park Pool June 15, 2011November 15, 2019 Merritt Patterson 7 Comments City Hall, Holmes Aquatic Center, Reasons to Love the Park Cities, snowcone, Uncategorized, University Park, University Park pool This is a photo of the “snowcone” one of my kids bought at the University Park Pool/Holmes Aquatic Center today. Two. Dollars. For real. About 8 ounces of crushed ice and and a little flavoring. Two. Dollars. Developing. Share this article...emailFacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
7 thoughts on “The Price of Ice at the University Park Pool”
Can’t tell if Merritt thinks this is too expensive or too cheap…
Don’t buy if you don’t like it. Bring your own snacks/drinks. They charge for paper plates, too; bring your own if you bring pizza.
Looks better and cheaper than an iced coffee.
They were $1 two years ago. We would stop to get them even if we weren’t swimming that day. Ahhh, the good old days……
You ever buy drinks or snacks at the movies? $2 doesn’t seem so bad. But like DS said, don’t buy it if you don’t like the price.
Why don’t they put in a real restaurant?
Bill and his family are a part of this community! Could we make our own snow cones? Yes, but part of summer and our family tradition is having a snow cone t the UP pool!