Until it’s warm enough to swim outdoors in the summer heat, here’s a guide to indoor aquatic complexes in Chicago’s far western suburbs.
Don’t put the swimsuits away just yet! Even with schools back in session, there are a number of public pools in Chicago’s suburbs open through Labor Day.
The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson, being held on Friday, June 24, 2016, is designed to spread the word that swimming lessons save lives. A number of area pools are participating.
Rebecca has thought about buying a season-long pool pass for her family, but she thinks it doesn’t make sense, at least not this summer. Here are her reasons.
My family has bought a season-long pool pass each summer for the last four years. Here’s why I think it is a smart purchase.
Turtle Splash Water Park in West Chicago offers a large shallow area for the little kids, several slides for the big kids, and a great place to play while the lifeguards take their safety break.
My family took its first trip to the Wisconsin Dells in February, and we stayed at the Wilderness Resort, where we had an awesome time exploring three indoor waterparks and ignoring the frigid temps outside.
Enter now for a chance to send your child to free weekly lessons during the Spring Session at Foss Swim School in South Barrington. That’s at least a $252 value!
Foss Swim School is opening its fourth Illinois location in South Barrington, and during the month of December, your children can try out a sample class for free!
Rowdy Gaines, a three-time Olympic gold medalist, will be at Goldfish Swim School in St. Charles on Oct. 24 to promote water safety.