4 Ways to Stay Cool During the Heat Wave in Roseville

With temperatures in the triple digits, here are four ways to find relief from the summer's heat. Share your ideas too!

It’s going to be another scorcher in Roseville. Today is expected to reach 104 degrees, according to the National Weather Service

Yikes. That’s hot!

It’s also another Spare the Air Day in the Sacramento area. .

With the triple-digit temperatures, Patch wants to help you cool off without burning a hole in your wallet.

Some readers shared their ideas on how to stay cool during the summertime on our Facebook page. We took those and gathered some other ideas to put together a list of 4 ways you can stay cool in Roseville:

1. Water Play Areas: Three Roseville parks have water play areas, according to the City’s website. Take advantage of them — they’re free! Kids can play in the water play areas at , and .

2. Pool Time: Roseville is also home to three pools: Mike Shellito Indoor Pool (10210 Fairway Drive), Johnson Pool (100 D St.) and Roseville Aquatics Complex (3051 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.).

holds recreational swim hours from 1-3:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 7:30-9 p.m. Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Children age 2 and under are free with adult admission, anyone over age 2 is $5.

is open 1-3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Children age 2 and under are free with adult admission, anyone over age 2 is $2. There’s also a free Family Night held from 6:45-8:15 p.m. Monday and Wednesday at the pool through Aug. 1.

is open from 1-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday for summer recreational swim. Admission is free for children under age 2, $2 for children age 2-4 and $5 for anyone over age 5. Family Nights are also held from 7:30-9 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday through Aug. 10. Cost is free for children under age 2 with adult admission, $1 for children age 2-4 and $3 for anyone over age 5.

3. Golfland Sunsplash: This Roseville water park is a favorite for families and kids looking to stay cool. Consider trying their new slide, , while you’re there. For pricing, visit their website here.

4. Ice Cream: Why not? After all, it is , so why not make it your mission to test out some of the ice cream spots in Roseville this summer? One reader said she stays cool with: “ICE CREAM!!! And a pool, lake, river, something.”

For those of you rocking a baby bump, like myself, a couple readers shared their ideas on our Facebook page:

“Mother of 5 here, I ate cucumbers on ice and made sure I had my fluids right by my side at all times- fruit water is amazing!!!!”

“…this heat IS miserable. A/c is our friend. :-)”

Another reader said his favorite spot to stay cool was inside the air-conditioned Owl Club: “… at The Owl Club we have a special ZZ Hop Triple IPA and we will have the air cranking! Guest bartender, Mr. ZZ Hop himself will be pouring some cool ZZ!”

How do you stay cool in this heat? Share your ideas in the comment section below.


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