Need to cool off but can't find a pool? No problem, check out our picks for the best places to get wet in the US.
Designed by Jaume Plensa, the Crown Fountain in Chicago's Millennium Park consists of two 50-foot towers of glass blocks facing each other across a black granite plaza. The plaza becomes a 1/8th-inch-deep pool, allowing visitors to essentially "walk on water."
An overall look at Noah's Ark, America's largest water park, located in Wisconsin Dells, WI.
A boy plays around on a rope swing at Blue Hole Regional Park in Wimberley, TX. Blue Hole recently opened as a regional park, before that it was a good ol' Texas swimmin' hole.
People keep cool on a warm fall day by enjoying the fountain in Washington Square Park in New York City.
A family enjoys lazy river rafting in Delaware.
A boy plays at Schlitterbahn Water Park Resort in New Braunfels, TX.
Three friends jump off a rock into shallow water at the Lareau Swim Hole in Waitsfield, VT.
A family enjoying one of many tubing rides located at Wet-N-Wild Water Park in Orlando, FL.
Some local boys play in a waterfall in Kauai, HI.
A competitor coming to the end of the Challenge Course at Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park in Portland, CT.
Kids and adults alike play in the Bethesda Fountain at Central Park in New York City. The "Angels of the Waters," located in the middle of the fountain symbolizes the purifying of the city's water supply due to the opening of the Croton Aqueduct in the 1800s.