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GOTTA GO: Austin’s 10 Best Swimming Holes
Barton Springs Pool: This Austin landmark maintains a temperature of 68° year round, making it the perfect place to beat the summer heat. The free yoga classes offered on Saturdays at 10am are a great way to break a sweat before entering the chilly water.
Hamilton Pool: The 50-foot waterfall is just one aspect of the breathtaking scenery that this historic spot has to offer. Be sure to bring your hiking shoes, as it does require a brief walk to the swimming area. Arrive early to avoid waiting in line on busy summer days.
San Marcos River: The destination allows swimming, snorkeling, tubing, kayaking and more. Pack a cooler and rent tubes for a fun, relaxing experience that people of all ages will enjoy.
McKinney Falls State Park: This peaceful destination is known for it’s beautiful limestone rock formations and waterfalls. The park is also home to “Old Baldy,” a 103-foot cypress tree that is thought to be over 500 years old. The unique swimming hole is conveniently located 5 minutes from downtown.
Blue Hole Georgetown: Enjoy waterfalls, picnic areas, and wading areas, open from dawn until dusk. When the temperature is right, Blue Hole is a great place to fish for rainbow trout.
Krause Springs: The 32 springs, manmade pool, and natural pool make this an ideal place to spend the whole day swimming. Be sure to check out the butterfly gardens while you’re there!
Jacob’s Well: This natural spring area is located just north of Wimberley. If you have time after your swim, take advantage of the many shops and restaurants that the quaint town has to offer.
Emma Long Park: One of the largest parks in Austin, Emma Long provides an outdoor oasis right in the middle of the city. Both you and your dog will love swimming in the lake and exploring the trails.  
 Blanco State Park: Swim, canoe, or float leisurely down the river. This spot, located 45 miles outside of Austin, is definitely worth the short drive! 
Deep Eddy Pool: The large pool in Eiler’s park hosts “Splash Movie Nights,” featuring a different film every Saturday throughout the summer. The park also contains a toddler play area and a dock onto Town Lake.

gottesmanresidential:

GOTTA GO: Austin’s 10 Best Swimming Holes

  1. Barton Springs Pool: This Austin landmark maintains a temperature of 68° year round, making it the perfect place to beat the summer heat. The free yoga classes offered on Saturdays at 10am are a great way to break a sweat before entering the chilly water.
  2. Hamilton Pool: The 50-foot waterfall is just one aspect of the breathtaking scenery that this historic spot has to offer. Be sure to bring your hiking shoes, as it does require a brief walk to the swimming area. Arrive early to avoid waiting in line on busy summer days.
  3. San Marcos River: The destination allows swimming, snorkeling, tubing, kayaking and more. Pack a cooler and rent tubes for a fun, relaxing experience that people of all ages will enjoy.
  4. McKinney Falls State Park: This peaceful destination is known for it’s beautiful limestone rock formations and waterfalls. The park is also home to “Old Baldy,” a 103-foot cypress tree that is thought to be over 500 years old. The unique swimming hole is conveniently located 5 minutes from downtown.
  5. Blue Hole Georgetown: Enjoy waterfalls, picnic areas, and wading areas, open from dawn until dusk. When the temperature is right, Blue Hole is a great place to fish for rainbow trout.
  6. Krause Springs: The 32 springs, manmade pool, and natural pool make this an ideal place to spend the whole day swimming. Be sure to check out the butterfly gardens while you’re there!
  7. Jacob’s Well: This natural spring area is located just north of Wimberley. If you have time after your swim, take advantage of the many shops and restaurants that the quaint town has to offer.
  8. Emma Long Park: One of the largest parks in Austin, Emma Long provides an outdoor oasis right in the middle of the city. Both you and your dog will love swimming in the lake and exploring the trails.  
  9.  Blanco State Park: Swim, canoe, or float leisurely down the river. This spot, located 45 miles outside of Austin, is definitely worth the short drive! 
  10. Deep Eddy Pool: The large pool in Eiler’s park hosts “Splash Movie Nights,” featuring a different film every Saturday throughout the summer. The park also contains a toddler play area and a dock onto Town Lake.
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Adulthood doesn’t mean you stop drinking juice pouches and eating fruit snacks. It means buying your own. 

and mixing them with vodka

At 3 in the morning while marathoning your favorite show because nobody can tell you to go to bed.

And then regretting your decisions the next morning.

Because you have to work.

and make more money to buy fruit snacks and juice pouches.

and vodka