Swimming in La Quinta


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  • Ice-Plex Escondido
    Steel blades rhythmically slice the ice across two spacious rinks at Ice-Plex (formerly Iceoplex Escondido), an all-purpose facility pairing leisurely open skates with practiced instruction from a staff of pro figure skaters. Skates and EZ skaters can be rented at any open Public-skating session. These open skating sessions are available on a daily basis, beckoning both amateurs and experts to emulate the moves of their favorite hockey players. Replete with a well-appointed gym, indoor pool, and jacuzzi, an attached fitness center offers classes in aerobics, aquatics, and an aquatic-aerobics class led by an off-duty Aquaman.
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    555 North Tulip Street
    Escondido, CA US
  • The Wave Waterpark
    In the middle of The Wave Waterpark, people lie upon colorful rafts that float gently down the lazy river. It’s a serene way to soak up some rays and keep cool. But in the center of the lazy river, separated by raised concrete and a foot bridge, an adventure awaits: the Flow Rider. This simulated surfable ocean wave dares visitors to try and hang ten without falling off their boards into the safe, if rollicking waters. These two attractions represent the broad spectrum of activity at The Wave, a family-friendly destination equally suited to mild-mannered relaxation, adventurous fun, or something in between. Other rides include a tangle of waterslides, such as the Slam Dunk, an enclosed-tunnel body slide with plenty of twists, and a kid-friendly playground gushing with fountains and waterfalls. From April to September, lifeguards teach swim lessons in the park’s competition pool for kids as young as 6 months, as well as adults. The Wave is also an ideal spot for birthday parties, with rental cabanas that can fit as many as 30 people or one enormous birthday clown, and a Surf Spot Grill that refuels revelers with burgers, burritos, and pizza.
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    101 Wave Drive
    Vista, CA US
  • Waterworks Aquatics Carlsbad
    The instructors at Waterworks Aquatics believe anyone can learn to swim, no matter their age. This belief drives each instructor-led session, accommodating everyone from babies as young as 3 months old who are just getting acquainted with the water, to older children learning more advanced strokes and adults learning to swim for the first time. The instructors focus on teaching stroke techniques that utilize muscle memory and rhythms that are easy to grasp, while cultivating a fun, relaxed environment to help reduce students' anxiety. They lead private, semi-private, group, and Parent and Me lessons, all of which move at the pace of the swimmers' abilities. Beyond bestowing swimmers with efficient form, the lessons also help them stay safe in the water by teaching them how to control their breathing, reduce unnecessary movement, and stay completely still in the presence of pool krakens to avoid begin seen.
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    2704 Gateway Rd.
    Carlsbad, CA US
  • Aquatic Zone
    Favoring small group swimming lessons targeted to all ages, The Aquatic Zone's instructors are trained in the Aquatic Concepts, Inc. method, and use positive reinforcement to teach beginning swimmers the basics of water comfort, body balance, and movement. Once budding amphibians have gotten their foot-flippers wet, they'll try out various strokes and other swimming must-knows such as wall kicks, breathing patterns, and psychic communication with sea life. Lessons are available for children as young as six months and are offered at multiple skill levels for every age group. The goals at each stage are clearly presented and taught, ensuring that the time spent in the pool is always productive and goal-oriented. Awards such as toys, certificates of completion, and surgically implanted gills are bestowed upon students when all the elements of a particular level are mastered. Sessions typically last a half hour, and the saltwater chlorination pools keep water clean without irritating eyes or skin.
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    1138 E 6th St
    Corona, CA US
  • Noonan Family Swim School
    CrossFit Barracks opens its doors at 5 a.m. for the day's hourly classes, though many people stay beyond their allotted time. They might encourage the next class group as they tackle Olympic weightlifts and gymnastics drills, or aid a fellow member in mastering sound squat technique on the artificial-turf flooring. By broadcasting this familial vibe, guests hold each other accountable for attending their workouts and sustain an inspiring support network. The certified CrossFit coaches contribute by leading the sessions and, when they aren't teaching or re-straightening bent barbells with their teeth, participating themselves. They also routinely select a returning patron for the Athlete of the Month feature, which motivates members even further toward personal transformation. Regardless of age or ability level, everyone—from beginners to children to accomplished athletes—is welcome to join the gym's classes.
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    10710 Thornmint Rd
    San Diego, CA US
  • The Cove Waterpark
    On hot, sticky summer days, DropZone Waterpark plunges guests of all ages into the cool refreshing depths of swimming pools. The scent of chlorine fills the air as kids sprint from slide to pool and back again, shrieking in delight each time they splash into the water. Guests stop by The Fill Station for refreshments like a family four pack of cheeseburgers. The park offers both daily admission passes and season passes for the whole family.
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    2165 Trumble Road
    Perris, CA US

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