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  • Medgar Evers Pool
    By the Numbers: Medgar Evers Pool 25-yard indoor pool 6 lanes 85 degrees—the pool’s temperature 1-meter diving board 15-yard teaching pool 2 family changing rooms 18+ years—the age you can go in the deep end without passing a swim test or wearing a life jacket 1 sauna on the premises 0 runaway lemurs have been spotted on the rope swing
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    500 23rd Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Colman Pool
    By the Numbers: Colman Pool 50-meter-long outdoor pool 8 lanes 85 degrees—the temperature of the pool’s saltwater 1 giant tube slide 0.5 miles from the nearest parking lot 0 miles from the beach 1 ADA lift 3 ways to prevent sunburn: staying in shade, wearing sunscreen, and only swimming during a solar eclipse
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    8603 Fauntleroy Way SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • King Aquatic Club
    King Aquatic Club trains its swimmers to move through the water like fish with lessons for students of all skill levels. During initial lessons, swimmers grow acquainted to the pool, learning how to float and paddle. As they progress through the classes, students acquire new skills, training in specific strokes and adopting proper form. Then, at the highest levels, the club's swimmers have won gold in national competitions and competed on Olympic teams.
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    650 Southwest Campus Drive
    Federal Way, WA US
  • Camp Sealth
    In 1920, a few intrepid explorers transformed the unpopulated shoreline of Vashon Island into an outdoor classroom, where they invited kids to come stay, play, and learn valuable skills. In the nearly 100 years since its founding, Camp Sealth's facilities have evolved, but its mission and activities have remained much the same. Camp organizers still helm resident camps for kids ages 6 to17, bunking them together in cabins by night and offering exploration of the 400 acres of forest and shoreline by day. Staffers lead horseback trail rides and teach survival skills such as archery and fire-starting. They also provide more focused full-day retreats for students that teach leadership skills to teens. And to back all their camps and activities, the camp boasts an excellent safety record and a ban on frozen underwear pranks, as well as accreditation from the American Camp Association.
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    14500 SW Camp Sealth Rd.
    Vashon, WA US
  • GirlDiver
    Cindy Ross was an unlikely person to found a scuba-diving school. Told by a commercial diving instructor at 19 that she was too small to scuba, Ross didn?t begin to explore the sport until she was in her 30s. Earning certification was a trial, and she spent her first four dives lugging 80-pound gear in the snow up and down a massive hill?and, adding insult to injury, the men?s equipment didn?t even fit properly. But the fifth dive changed everything. Held in Puget Sound, Ross felt a calling to the location's green waters and white anemones, and since then, the aquanaut has frolicked with such neighbors as a 1,200-pound sea lion, hundreds of Canadian seals, and a giant Pacific octopus. At Scuba Shoppe, Ross and her team of instructors immerse guests of all ages in the sport of scuba. Try Scuba classes held in the center's 84-degree pool familiarize students with their equipment before they plunge into the water to practice. Alternatively, an open-water certification program from Scuba Schools International expounds on these pool sessions with shore dives in the rolling waters of Puget Sound, which let students hone their skills in a more realistic environment or find a dolphin pod to adopt them. As part of this training, they will visit the den of a resident Giant Pacific Octopus. For the more advanced, Scuba Shoppe provides training for specialty certifications, including rescue diving, night diving, and underwater digital photography. An onsite dive shop outfits customers with all the necessary dive gear and accessories.
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    24 B St. NE
    Auburn, WA US
  • King Aquatic Club
    King Aquatic Club trains its swimmers to move through the water like fish with lessons for students of all skill levels. During initial lessons, swimmers grow acquainted to the pool, learning how to float and paddle. As they progress through the classes, students acquire new skills, training in specific strokes and adopting proper form. Then, at the highest levels, the club's swimmers have won gold in national competitions and competed on Olympic teams.
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    22722 19th Avenue South
    Des Moines, WA US

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