CSR pool questions

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  1. JenDel

    JenDel Earning My Ears

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    Just wondering what the temperature is like at the Dig Site Pool? (Can't stand to be cold while I'm swimming). Also, are adults allowed to catch their children at the bottom of the jag slide? My daughter is 5 and not yet a confident swimmer. Thanks for any answers!
     
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  3. Lilolvr

    Lilolvr DIS Veteran

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    Depends what time of year you are going. All WDW pools are heated to 80ยบ but in the summer it is definitely warner than that and I'm sure it feels colder in the winter months.
     
  4. KatMark

    KatMark DIS Veteran

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    I have seen many a parent waiting at the bottom of the slide for their child.
     
  5. lisaj

    lisaj DIS Veteran

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    My DH was pulled up by the lifeguards last year for catching DS at bottom of slide, we saw a number of people sliding down in tandem and the guards were also pulling them up for this. I know they are just doing their jobs and can imagine they have to be strict to ensure safety but it certainly meant my DS wouldn't go near the slide again for his trip.
     
  6. adaygaby

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    The Dig site pool is heated ...and DH would wait for DS4 at the bottom of the slide.

    I don't think the other 2 pools are heated because last October DS4 and I decided to go to the pool around 10:30pm by our bldg and I basically did this :scared1: after I jumped in the pool. It was COLD.
     

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