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Old 11-24-2012, 07:48 AM   #1
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the current weather and swimming

To anyone who is there now, I know the pools are heated, but is it warm enough to swim late afternoon, evening right now? We arrive in three days and I love night swimming but don't want to get frostbite, lol
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Old 11-24-2012, 11:54 PM   #2
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OK,no frostbite...lol..the pools are all heated, the only thing you wanna make sure you have a nice towel, cause the air getting out is brrrr!!!!!You will wanna run back to your room,make sure the heat is on, and jump into the shower...nothing feels better than a hot shower after freezing your buns off...lol!
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Old 11-25-2012, 03:13 PM   #3
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To anyone who is there now, I know the pools are heated, but is it warm enough to swim late afternoon, evening right now? We arrive in three days and I love night swimming but don't want to get frostbite, lol
We just got home yesterday, and my kids were amazed that anyone was swimming. (There were sometimes a few people in the pool, but usually just lifeguards standing around.) If you're used to night swims with the temps in the upper 60s, then daytime swims will be fine for you - just remember that it may be a long walk back to the room in the cool air.
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Old 11-25-2012, 07:26 PM   #4
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To anyone who is there now, I know the pools are heated, but is it warm enough to swim late afternoon, evening right now? We arrive in three days and I love night swimming but don't want to get frostbite, lol

We just left yesterday. Our 11,13 year olds swam 3 times and loved it! Around 3 pm each time. When the sun went down it was too cold for them. It was todo cold for me because of the wind but it has to be really hot for me anyways. If you could go around 1 or2 while the sun is out bright it would be even better. Also I did get in hit tubs each times and I took dry clothes down to pool area with me and changed before going back to room. It is nice to enjoy the pools in November! Enjoy we are all going through post disney depression!
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:16 PM   #5
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My kids are excited to swim when we go in Dec. are there towels at the pools for us to use or do we need to bring them from home? I thought I read they have them at the resort. We are staying at the wilderness lodge!
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Old 11-27-2012, 12:20 PM   #6
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My kids are excited to swim when we go in Dec. are there towels at the pools for us to use or do we need to bring them from home? I thought I read they have them at the resort. We are staying at the wilderness lodge!
Yes they have towels in pool area
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