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A Cedar Rapids Guide to: Splash Pads, Pools, and Beaches

As the summer weather warms up, we’re all looking for a way to beat the heat. What are your go-tos?

Air conditioned museums, theaters, trampoline parks, and libraries are one way to keep cool, but let’s be honest—it’s so nice to be outside and even better to wear those kiddos out for naps and bedtime! Water balloons and sprinklers are great for at home, but the Cedar Rapids area has an abundance of water activities. Check out this list of Cedar Rapids area splash pads, pools, and beaches to help make the most of your summer! 

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