Summertime may be winding down, but there’s still plenty of warm weather to enjoy in and around Santa Clarita. While the air-conditioned cool of your brand-new home at Skyline is appealing, why not get out into the sunshine and add some water? Whether you prefer a pool, lake or water park, there are plenty of splashy spots to enjoy water sports and other water-related activities near Skyline. Pools If you want to stay close to home, look no further than The Lookout, Skyline’s own resort-style amenity center. With multiple pools, a splash pad and poolside lounge chairs, it’s the perfect place to watch the kids swim and play, or for you to recharge with a leisurely float under the palm trees. There are also barbecue grills and an outdoor dining area, so you can grill hamburgers for everyone after a day at the pool. Just minutes from home, The Lookout is close, convenient and very refreshing. If you’re looking for a bigger pool to practice your backstroke in, the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center might be the place for you. It offers a 50-meter competition pool, plus a pool with multiple diving boards if you’re interested in learning a new dive, and an activity pool with a beach entry and 160-foot water slide if the kids just want to play. Outfitted with lockers, changing rooms and loads of deck space, the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center is a great place to spend a cool afternoon. Santa Clarita Valley also has five other community pools that offer year-round swim and recreation programs – such as swimming lessons, safety classes, water workouts and team water sports – at various locations. Lakes Take a break at the lake. Discover Castaic Lake, located just north of Santa Clarita off I-5. Castaic Lake is one of California’s largest recreation lakes, covering 320,000 acre-feet and providing a beautiful backdrop for all sorts of water sports and activities, including fishing, boating, water skiing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, float tubing and swimming. Castaic Lake State Recreation Area consists of an upper lake and lagoon, along with 29 miles of accessible shoreline. While the upper lake has two boat launching ramps with a total of 24 lanes, the lagoon is reserved for non-gasoline-powered boats only and features a designated swim beach, perfect for your family. About 30 miles north of Skyline along I-5, you’ll find Pyramid Lake, a hot spot that attracts thousands of visitors each year for water-based fun and beautiful views. Pyramid Lake spans 1,360 acres, with depths of up to 700 feet and 21 miles of gorgeous shoreline. The lake is open year-round and fishing is available at all locations on the lake, which is stocked regularly by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Common catches include large- and small-mouth bass, striped bass, trout, catfish, bluegill and crappie. Water Park Rides From hydro-powered thrill rides to children’s splash zones, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor - Los Angeles has got something fun for everyone. For the thrill-seekers among you, this water park adjacent to Six Flags Magic Mountain is home to some of the tallest, fastest and wettest water rides in the country, including the record-setting Black Snake Summit slides and the 6-story Bonzai Pipelines. Hurricane Harbor also offers the Lizard Lagoon pool for teens, Castaway Cove play area for kids and the lazy River Cruise for the whole family. Whatever kind of water activity you’re looking for, you can find it near Skyline. Go catch an afternoon full of aquatic adventure today! Want to get in on all the fun happening in and around Skyline? Join our Interest List to stay current on this exciting new community!

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