Swimming in Chicago Heights


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  • Deep River Waterpark
    Chicagoland, NW Indiana & SOuthern Michigan's largest waterpark! Situated on 46 acres Deep River Waterpark offers family value pricing and packages. Open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day.
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    9001 E Lincoln Hwy
    Crown Point, IN US
  • Holstein Park
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    2200 N Oakley Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Fellger Park
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    3035 N Hoyne Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • Caldwell Woods
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    6200 West Devon Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Sea Lion Aquatics
    Sea Lion Aquatic Park is more of a network than a single pool?the park splits its reservoirs into separate areas for different ages and activities. Six lanes stretch across the 25-yard lap pool, which also serves as home to the Sea Lion swim team. Two body flume slides twist and turn into landing pools, while two short drop slides send riders into a "splash playground" filled with interactive water games. The Vortex pool, on the other hand, creates water resistance that's ideal for water aerobics; but turn the other way, and it becomes a mini lazy river. The park also hosts special events. These occasions might have kids build their own boats for a cardboard regatta, or bring in a DJ to prove just how hard it is to charleston with your legs under water.
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    1825 Short St.
    Lisle, IL US
  • Patti's All-American
    Patti Komara, commandant of Patti’s All-American for 42 years, leads a team of friendly, highly skilled trainers in conducting gymnastics and dance classes for teens and younger tots. The Tumblebear Gym program (walking toddler–age 6) draws in dinosaurs, Hollywood, and outer-space themes to keep youngsters engaged in the graceful, athletic movements of tumbling. Gymnasts old enough for school-age gymnastics classes (age 6–18) learn and practice more complicated skills on the spring floor, the uneven bars, the in-ground trampoline, and more.
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    1530 Joliet St
    Dyer, IN US
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