Victoria It’s Time to Get Your Swim On
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It's getting hot in here!
With the heat index already hitting in the hundreds and it's ONLY THE FIRST WEEK IN JUNE, you know it's going to be one heckuva HOT summer in South Texas so in the next few weeks, starting right now, we will be bringing you tons of places that Texans can cool off in during the summer. Let's start in our own backyard today!
Here is the first list of places to cool off in Victoria! Stay tuned for more!
Today we are featuring several pools, splash pads, and beaches ( yes beaches!) in Victoria that you'll love to cool off in. From splash pads to neighborhood pools there is surely a place for your family (and your budget) to stay cool in Victoria!
Victoria Get Your Splash On!
Get your splash on Victoria and enjoy the summer!
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