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By What’s hot in town - SF  ·  July 19, 2019

The Ultimate Beat The Heat List This Summer

Temperatures are rising in the Bay Area, and while the sun worshipers among us might be ready to embrace the sunny weekend, there are many who might find it too hot. Locals are accustomed to a usually temperate climate, so while this heat wave would seem like just the thing to dampen plans, it's actually a great time to get creative with your activities.

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Lagunitas

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No need to travel too far out of town for the ubiquitous dating app photo of you holding the fish you just caught. California Department of Fish and Wildlife allows fishing in all seven of the Marin water district reservoirs with a license.
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Lake Anza

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Snag one of the 13 reservable sites for a picnic, take a dip in Lake Anza
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Bass Lake

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Unofficially dubbed the best swimming lake in Point Reyes
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Lake Merritt

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Lake Merritt is the perfect spot to run in the evening with company
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Walkable two miles of beach with a chance of spotting some local wildlife, tidal looks and adequate parking at the Agate Beach campground.
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Lake Chabot

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A great place for the entire family
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Lake Temescal

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a nice hidden gem in the urban sprawl that is Oakland
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San Pablo Reservoir

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Decent place to relax and chill
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Spreckels Lake

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Less crowded than stow lake but larger lake! Maybe a bit less dramatic. Yet its ideal for a nice walk and people watching on a Sunday morning!
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Phoenix Lake

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One of the most gorgeous Lakes on Planet Earth!
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Shoreline Lake Boathouse

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Beautiful scenery, a wide paved trail, and ample parking in the middle of the week. Wish there was a little more shade.
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Devils Slide Beach

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A 300 yard long state beach with gorgeous cliffs and a friendly space for nude bathers.
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Martin's Beach

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A beach with good shade available, considered one of the best beaches in San Mateo County.
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Just a short 35 minute drive from Golden Gate Bridge and a trendy beach. Parking is tough to find so make sure to go early.
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This is north of Baker Beach, sandy and sunny. Clothing is optional. Not the best for families!
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Fort Funston

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Long sandy and quiet beach with plenty of hiking nearby and popular with dogs.
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The path to the beach is not easy to navigate, however if you do go it’s a beautiful sandy beach with fabulous views of the Pacific. A 25 minute drive from the city so it’s quite secluded and great for chilling.
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A beach that’s popular with bird watchers and has some great fishing spots.
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20 minute drive from San Francisco and the most fabulous view of Golden Gate Bridge and the SFO skyline. Bit of a hike to the beach but worth it for the privacy.
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It’s a 30 minute drive from San Francisco but one of those beaches that is just so unique with colorful pebbles and almost secretive mysterious location.
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Good beach
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Beautiful beach ! Lovely town
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Sava Pool

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Named after a famous local swim coach from the 1940s, Sava Pool is clean and well maintained and has an outdoorsy feel thanks to its glass ceiling and windows; special noise-reducing equipment keeps the echoes down. The water is four feet deep at its shallowest. Recreation swim times are Fridays 6:30-8:30 p.m., Saturdays 12:30-2 p.m. and Sundays 1-2:30 p.m.
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Hamilton Recreation Center

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This indoor recreation center has been voted one of the cleanest and most popular public pools in the city and the children’s area is a huge hit with its swirly water slide. Enjoy family swim time Monday through Friday, 2 p.m.–3:30 p.m., and Saturdays 1–3 p.m. Children have to be at least 48 inches tall to ride the water slide.
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North Beach Pool

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North Beach has two pools: one cool, for lap swimming, the other warm for family fun. Set at 85 degrees and 3 feet at its shallowest, the warm pool is perfect for young swimmers.
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Mission Pool

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If you are going to brave an outdoor pool in San Francisco, it only makes sense that it be in the Mission, where the temperature is always at least five degrees warmer than any other neighborhood.
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Richmond Swim Center

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Good place for the entire family to dive in.
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San Ramon Olympic Pool & Aquatic Center

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Even if it’s outside your area code, this outdoor water wonderland is well worth a day trip for some serious summer fun. The huge pool complex offers an amazing splash pad featuring slides and shooting water, an Olympic-size pool with a goosebump-inducing water slide and a medium-sized pool perfect for tubing or kick-boarding around.
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El Cerrito Swim Center

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This outdoor pool complex has three distinct areas: A lap pool, a shallow pool with fountain for playing around, and a splash pad. Heated locker room floors are just one of the many perks of this impressive public pool
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Westmoor High School Swimming Pool - Giammona Pool

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This gorgeous pool, which is part of the Westmoor High School, opened in 2010, and has been raved about ever since. It’s clean and warm and has a diving board and viewing deck, spacious locker rooms, plenty of showers and a handy spin dryer for all those soggy swimsuits you’ll be taking home.
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Herkner Memorial Pool

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When Herkner opens its gates, it’s the official sign that summer has come to Redwood City. This popular solar-heated outdoor pool hosts a 45 minute baby session at noon Monday to Saturday to allow swimmers under five to get used to the water without too much splashing
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Rinconada Pool

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This pool has all the fun of the beach without the sand. The toddler pool can keep kids happily splashing for hours with its gentle gradient and myriad water features. There’s a slide, a jetty, water jets, a mushroom style waterfall, and some very cool aqua-bicycles with water squirts
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Rengstorff Park Pool

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Weekends here are busy with families enjoying everything this pool has to offer. Surrounded by parks and playing fields with BBQ grills that can be reserved ahead of time, this child-friendly pool has a shallow area, a swim zone and a slide. There’s limited lap swimming, and once the morning swim lessons are done, the open swim hours are 1-3:15 p.m. during the week and 1:30-6 p.m. at the weekend.
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Morgan Hill Aquatics Center

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With two large waterslides, a water play feature, splash pad, diving boards, a full size competition pool and another pool for free swim, this is the hottest place to stay cool in the South Bay. There’s a grassy area with palm trees around the perimeter of the pool and lots of loungers, so stake out your spot and stay the day.
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Fair Swim Center

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This is a perfect spot for kids to get acquainted with swimming. Surrounded by a large grass field, picnic areas and lots of shade, the little ones can splash away in a shallow pool with beach entry that has a fun mushroom waterfall. There’s a slightly deeper pool with a squirt gun designed for recreational swimming. In addition, there’s a spacious lap pool. Bring a picnic and settle in to enjoy the hot summer days.
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Mill Valley Recreation

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Everyone loves this sparkling-clean indoor pool with its big windows and retractable roof for warm summer days. Little ones feel right at home splashing and playing in the shallow “cove” area where wide steps descend gradually into the water, and for kids 48 inches tall, the spiral water slide is always a big hit.
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Marinwood Community Center

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The double-flume waterslide is just one of the draws of this pristine community pool. Grassy area for picnics, a smaller pool dedicated to little ones 7 and under and poolside lounge chairs and umbrellas make this a perfect place to camp out as long as the SPF lasts. To get in on the crowd-free morning tot sessions (the 3 hours prior to open rec swim), you must become a member or purchase a punch pass.
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Mcnears Beach Pool

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This feels like more of a getaway than any other community pool, since it’s located right on the coast and also offers a rocky beachfront, sandy patches to dig and build, and even a fishing pier. The two pools—a main pool and a shallower toddler pool—are fenced in and clean, and only open during the summer months. A snack bar serves up hot dogs, ice cream, chips and candy, and a small video arcade offers some indoor fun.
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Hamilton Community Pool

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This beautiful eight lane pool was revamped in 2010 and has a fun activity pool with a play structure and slide. Surrounded by lawns and sun loungers and with a great view of the bay, this pool is a perfect summer escape.
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Terra Linda Community Center and Pool

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Non-swimmers can spend a happy afternoon in the toddler pool here with it’s fountain sprays and spouts while parents relax on loungers nearby.
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