Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, is home to almost 2 million people. It is the 5th most populated city in the United States and the largest state capital. This large city is full of restaurants, resorts, desert gardens, bars, art, etc. With so much to offer, this city is full of life and diversity with many different communities coming together as one.
Phoenix, AZ is known for its hot, desert, climate. With it being located within the Sonoran Desert, temperatures in the summer can rise well above 100 degrees, with a record of 122 degrees. Although those temperatures may sound miserable to people living outside of Arizona, locals find numerous ways to cool off and still enjoy the summer months. There are multiple large water parks, a handful of resorts, and almost every local community includes a public swimming pool for its residents to enjoy. If the locals don’t want to be outside at all, they can enjoy inside entertainment within the Phoenix Art Museum, Science Center, many indoor multi-entertainment venues, endless restaurants, and the countless unique bars scattered across Phoenix. The list of entertainment could go on and on.
When the temperatures start to cool down, Phoenix becomes a popular destination for hiking. There are so many beautiful trails with ranging difficulties from easy to hard. For the hikers looking for a more relaxing hike, there are many trails like the ones found in Usery Mountain park that offer a great view without the strain. For more advanced hikers, trails such as Camelback Mountain and Tom’s Thumb are a great exercise with an outstanding view. If hiking isn’t your thing but you want to explore the Arizona Desert, the Desert Botanical Garden might be more for you. The Desert Botanical Garden is a 140-acre botanical garden that showcases the various unique plants that are native to Arizona. It is a great chance to explore but in a more serene, tranquil, setting. If exploring nature isn’t your thing and you prefer to enjoy the weather in a lively setting, you can check out the numerous restaurants and bars with outside seating or one of the many festivals that pop up every month.
While we have named a handful of Phoenix attractions, the list isn’t limited to what we have mentioned. There is so much more this city has to offer and you should definitely do some of your own research to learn more.
With such a large population and numerous hotels & resorts, it is no doubt that quality pool repair in Phoenix is a necessity. It is inevitable that swimming pools will constantly be in need of pool repair in Phoenix with so many pools in use by an endless amount of people throughout the year. At Aquaman Pools, we can accommodate not only residential pools, but the commercial pools as well, pairing janitorial services for those commercial clients.
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