Dallas-Fort Worth is preparing for yet another sweltering summer as the heat advisories are coming in hot. Some local Parks and Recreation departments charge a fee and some provide discounts to locals. 

Here is some of what CultureMap Create reported:

If you’re seeking a way to fit in some refreshing exercise or soothe your wellbeing, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few unique suggestions:

WorldSprings, Grandscape at The Colony

Billed as an “outdoor social-wellness destination,” this spa-amusement park combo is the country’s largest hot springs pool complex. It boasts 45 outdoor soaking pools inspired by the most famous hot springs from around the world. Take a dip in cold-plunge pools, Finnish saunas, and even a Dead Sea-inspired pool, with aquatic classes and adults-only and all-ages sections to boot. It opened at the end of June.

Panther Island Pavilion, Fort Worth

This entertainment venue is the only waterfront stage in Texas, meaning you can rock out and keep cool while floating with friends. During the day, you can also rent a kayak or paddle board to head out on the Trinity River, or enjoy the public beach.

Lee Harvey’s Dive In Swim Club, Dallas

Across the street from beloved dive bar Lee Harvey’s, in the historic Cedars neighborhood, is the new pool in town. The retro-tastic spot features a 60-by-30-foot pool, lawn area, cabanas, sun loungers with umbrellas, and its very own full bar. Score a day pass or sign up for a seasonal membership. Kids are welcome, with adult supervision, until 5 pm.

King Spa and Spa Castle Texas, Carrollton

These Korean-inspired spas offer everything from healing hot and cold sauna rooms to massages to movie theaters, as well as food and drink to fuel an hours-long stay. Change into your swimsuit before heading to the waterpark areas, where hydrotherapy is, ahem, king.