Hot? Bothered? Cool off in a Public Pool

Las Vegas’s casino pools aren’t the only pools to lure visitors. Parks and recreation centers across the U.S. are also places to jump in for a cool off whether you are from a town or not. If you are out of the U.S., swimming at a city recreation pool is also possible. One of my most favorite times in Taiwan when I went as a visitor was swimming in one of the community pools in Taichung.

Because the aim of today’s pools, at least in the U.S., is to draw people in for recreational and leisure fun, many have added slides, wave pools, and play fountains. Whenever we visit our friends who live in Bolingbrook, Illinois outside of Chicago, we head to Pelican Harbor. This place even has a lazy river.

Here are some links to other public pools in the U.S. where you can take a dip.