July 1, 2013

Where to Cool Off in Stockton

Over the weekend, my husband went to Target to buy the girls a wading pool and said the store was pretty much cleaned out.

Great minds, right?

He did manage to find a small inflatable model, though, and I have to tell you, I think it was one of the best purchases we have made in a while.

This heat is supposed to last a few days longer, so in case there isn't a pool in your backyard, I thought I'd compile some of the other places you and your kids can go to get wet. (Or, if you prefer to stay indoors, check out this list of air-conditioned activities in and around Stockton).

And again, stay healthy out there.

Michael Faklis Park
There isn't a ton of shade, but this north Stockton park does have a cool water feature. That's my preschooler playing at Faklis Park in the photo above.

Pixie Woods
Starting at 1 p.m., splash and stomp around under a dragon-shaped fountain. Admission is $4.

Weber Point Water Feature
A Stockton summer mainstay! There's no admission charge, and a run through the picturesque fountain will cool you off in no time.

Community Pools
YMCA of San Joaquin County operates public pools throughout the city. Recreational swim sessions are $2 a day. Here are the hours:

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