A heat wave and a holiday weekend means it’s the perfect time to head to the pool.
If you’re looking for something beyond your neighborhood pool, Dayton has plenty of good options a short drive away.
Here are 4 great places to go swimming in and near Dayton that you should totally consider the next time you need a day by the water. We’ll be updating this list throughout the summer, so keep checking back for more pool ideas.
Did we miss your favorite summer swimming spot? Please let us know and we’ll add it to the list! firstname.lastname@example.org
🌞Kroger Aquatic Center At The Heights
8625 Brandt Pike, Huber Heights
This water park in Huber Heights has it all. The family can enjoy the sun with water slides, a leisure pool, a “spray-ground,” and a lazy river.
Hours and info: www.hhoh.org
🌞Adventure Reef Water Park
2900 Glengarry Drive, Kettering
The 3-acre outdoor water facility has some of the highest and fastest slides in Montgomery County, according to its website. With deck seating, a large water playground and a splash pad, this could be your summer destination.
Hours and info: playkettering.org
🌞Gardner Memorial Swimming Pool
105 Patterson Rd., Oakwood
The Gardner Memorial Swimming Pool was gifted to the residents of Oakwood to “provide relaxation from Memorial Day to Labor Day.” Although it is a smaller community pool, Gardner still sells lunch and drinks— perfect for a couple of hours poolside to help break up your day. You do, however, need to be an Oakwood resident and purchase a pool membership to go.
Hours and info: Facebook
🌞Black Oak Swim Club
1570 Ambridge Rd., Centerville
There are year-round activities at this member-owned pool facility in Centerville. But in the summertime, it’s all about splashing and sliding into the pool.
Hours and info: blackoakswimclub.com