8 area pools and splash pads to visit for a much-needed cool down in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto

Take advantage of the summer and go swimming at one of these eight area pools and splash pads.

1. Falcon Pointe Splash Park. 1813 Tranquility Lane, Pflugerville. The splash pad is open daily during the summer and consists of ground and raised spray features. There is no fee.

2. Gilleland Creek Pool. 700 Railroad Ave., Pflugerville. The pool features swim lanes. There is a fee for admission. The park also includes three fishing areas, a playground and a pavilion.

3. Glenwood Splash Pad. 101 Fishbaugh Drive, Hutto. The splash pad is open daily during the summer and consists of ground and raised spray features. There is no fee.

4. Lake Creek Pool. 800 Deerfoot Drive, Round Rock. The pool features swim lanes. There is a fee for admission.

5. Micki Krebsbach Pool. 301 Deepwood Drive, Round Rock. The pool features a pirate ship, slides, water cannons and swim lanes. There is a fee for admission.

6. Rock'N River Water Park. 3300 Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. The water park is located in Old Settlers Park and includes a sprayground play area, a jumping platform, a rock climbing wall, slides, a lazy river and pools. There is a fee for admission.

7. Scott Mentzer Pool. 901 Old Austin-Hutto Road, Pflugerville. The pool features slides, a lazy river and spray features.

8. Windermere Pool. 16800 Gower St., Pflugerville. The pool features swim lanes. There is a fee for admission.



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