From spraygrounds to swim clubs to state parks and theme parks, the Philadelphia area has it all, but these are the best of the best.
When the dog days of summer approach, a refreshing frolic in a pond or pool is just the thing to put a smile on your furry friend’s face. Pooches dash and dive into creeks or take swimming lessons in special doggie pools. Pets might even enjoy a game of fetch by the water’s edge. Whether there’s a heat wave or a snow storm, the Philadelphia area offers a few awesome locations to take that pup for a swim.
Some Phillies will be taking part in games other than baseball Sunday night, for charity.
The water in Ruby Williams’ house from the weekend rains will dry soon enough. It is the water leaking under her Bristol home that worries her.
Police in eastern Pennsylvania say a teenager died in a backyard swimming pool after he swam to the deep end intending to hold his breath.
A 1-year-old boy drowned Saturday afternoon after accidentally falling into his family’s inground swimming pool in Gloucester County, according to authorities.
With summer finally here, it’s time for visitors and locals alike to enjoy the sand, surf, sun, stars and of course, the party scene at the Jersey Shore.
“We are the only over 21 private swim club in the city,” owner Nicole Cashman says. “No children and no pets, unfortunately.”
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