It’s not officially summer in Las Vegas yet, but we all know those triple-digit high temperatures will be hitting us really soon. When we will see our next full week of 100+-degree high temps is anybody’s guess. But we know the heat is coming, so let’s get ready to cool off in one of Southern Nevada’s public swimming pools.
Now, before we get to the public swimming pools guide, we don’t want to forget to mention the amazing water parks you and your family can take advantage of during the summer months here in the Las Vegas Valley. You’ve got Cowabunga Bay in Henderson and Cowabunga Canyon in Summerlin (formerly Wet ‘n’ Wild.) You may want to click this link to check out their websites to purchase season passes, which will get you lots of discounts throughout the summer.
If you are fortunate enough to have a swimming pool in your own backyard, then you probably won’t need to check out this list of public swimming pools. If your neighbors are nice enough to let you use their pool, then you’re good-to-go. If you live in an apartment or townhome complex that has a community swimming pool, then you’re all ready to cool off this summer without using this guide.
But many of us could really use a nice, cool swim without forking over a lot of dough. The nice folks at Vegas4Locals.com have put together a comprehensive guide to all of the public swimming pools operated by Clark County, the City of Las Vegas, the City of North Las Vegas, the City of Henderson, Boulder City, and the community of Summerlin.
You can access the public swimming pools guide by CLICKING HERE. “Cannonball!!!”
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Larry Martino is the long-time Afternoon Drive personality on 96.3 KKLZ. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of Larry Martino and not necessarily those of Beasley Media Group, LLC.