Swimming in West Lake Stevens


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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
  • Columbia Athletic Clubs
    Snohomish County's largest full-service family athletic club, Columbia Athletic Clubs has something for everyone. Nearly one hundred group exercise classes are offered each week; Cycle Cross takes place in the cycling studio while Water Aerobics and Aqua Motion utilize the Big Pool. Hot yoga and classes in the Mind/Body Studio come included with each membership. There's also an indoor salt water lap pool for advanced swimmers and shiny-sunken-object-retrievers. A talented group of personal trainers work with clients to get the most out of every workout. The club's amenities extend beyond pure fitness. The Silver Lake Cafe serves up healthy and tasty meals, and massage therapy is offered onsite. At the Kids Club, youngens can play games under the supervision of an experienced staff while parents hit the gym.
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    505 128th St
    Everett, WA US
  • Mystic Sea Charters
    If there’s a whale breaching on the protected waters of the San Juan Islands, there’s a good chance a passenger on Mystic Sea Charters’ 100-foot vessel will see the splashy spectacle. The company’s five- to six-hour tours have an impressive track record when it comes to spotting the gargantuan mammals, introducing tour-goers to different species of whale up to 99% of the time. Onboard the ship, a naturalist divulges facts about ocean life as passengers watch for whales from the heated cabin or from the deck, which has 4-foot railings so guests can hold on if whales start singing and dancing to the hit song “Rock the Boat.” The company promises that voyagers will see at least one gray, orca, humpback, or minke whale, depending on the season. If not, they’ll receive a follow-up whale-watching tour for free.
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    228 Wharf Street
    Langley, WA US
  • Northwest Eco River Tours
    Mike Dickson plunks his keyboard as he stares into his work computer. But in his mind, he holds a fly rod and looks out onto a river teeming with steelhead. For someone who grew up fly-fishing—including guiding at a river lodge in Alaska and teaching fly-fishing on the weekend—Dickson couldn't endure more than a year at his office job, which he landed out of college. He shuts down his computer one last time and then joins his fisheries biologist dad, Dennis, at Dickson Flyfishing. Today, the father-son team guides and teaches fly-fishing to all levels of anglers on the waters of the Olympic Peninsula. Conscious of their environmental impact, the Dicksons lead eco-rafting trips throughout the year on the Skagit, Sauk, and Queets Rivers to fish for steelhead, cutthroat trout, and salmon with scales made of gold. For more adventurous clients, Mike and Dennis guide winter fly-fishing trips for tarpon on the flats of the Caribbean and lead three-day campouts on the Grande Ronde River. Additionally, scenic rafting tours bring visitors up close to wildlife such as eagles. The Dicksons also run a virtual fly shop, where they sell their own line of equipment.
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    Lake Tye Park
    Monroe, WA US
  • Sky Valley Academy
    The instructors at Sky Valley Academy help children build confidence and self esteem through gymnastics, cheerleading, and stunting classes geared toward students of all levels. School-year classes let kids blow off some academic steam with afternoon and evening sessions, while summer camps with options that include ninja warrior, obstacle course, and circus training, can keep kids busy and engaged all day long. In cheerleading and stunting classes, kids learn positions, jumps, hip-hop moves, and tumbling before integrating all their new skills into a routine sure to make nearby sports teams instinctively win their games. Party packages are also available for active kids and their guests to frolic on such attractions as trampolines, a tumbling pit, and bouncy castles before digging into a themed birthday cake.
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    16891 146th Street Southeast
    Monroe, WA US

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