With 100-plus-degree weather in full effect, it's important to know
. There are many options scattered throughout Tucson and the cost is free to kids under 18. Adults pay just $2 to swim.
The city also offers swim classes, competitive swim team, synchronized swimming and lifeguard training
Splash pads are another popular option for cooling down. A splash pad is a play area with fountains, sprinklers and other water features that spray water. With no standing water, splash pads are great for kids because there are less safety risks than pools. Tucson has three; Catalina Park, Palo Verde Park and the Naida Jane Baker Splash Pad.
to see all the summer programs they're offering this season.
Courtesy of City of Tucson