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Pools & Water Sports

Cool off and stay active in the summer heat with pools and water sports from All Round Fun. Whether you prefer lounging in the pool or paddle boarding in a lake, we have what you need to have fun in the sun! And once you’re finished, having a drink at your garden bar or roasting marshmallows around the fire pit is the perfect way to unwind with friends and family at the end of a hot day. 

If you’re a confident swimmer or you prefer to splash around with your little ones, our range of pools is perfect for all members of the family. The fun and quirky water park designs make outdoor playtime irresistible, while the different styles of above ground pools mean you can find something that’ll suit and fit in your garden. Prefer to play on the water? Get active and learn new skills by getting stuck into a variety of water sports, like kayaking, paddleboarding and snorkelling. Explore the range at All Round Fun.

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The main 3 types of above ground pools:

  • Water parks - A combination of outdoor inflatables and paddling pools, water parks are a fun addition to your back garden and can be enjoyed by all members of the family, especially young children.
  • Fast set pools - Easy to inflate and deflate, fast set pools are perfect for people who want a quick and easy above-ground set-up and who want to store their pool away over the winter month.
  • Framed pools - The most stable and durable design, framed pools are a great choice for families and swimmers. They’re easy to construct and low maintenance once they’re up and running. You can add wood or steel walls to this design for a luxurious finish.

5 water sports you need to try this summer

  • Paddleboarding - Paddleboarding is increasing in popularity and is best enjoyed in the sea, but can also be practised in a river or lake. It’s a great way to enjoy the beautiful scenery while getting a full-body workout. The sport consists of using your arms while standing, kneeling, or lying on a paddleboard to propel yourself forward and swim with the board. It’s best described as a combination of surfing and kayaking. If you’re a beginner, calm waters are recommended to perfect your skills and build confidence.
  • Surfing - Surfing is the sport of riding waves in a prone or upright position. The goal of a surfer is to catch the ocean waves and glide across the water surface until the wave decides to break. You can also practise surfing on a river or man-made waves. Learning how to surf can be tough and requires time and dedication, but the results are worth it. If you’re a beginner, you should take your surfboard and practise riding the waves in beginner spots. Watch the surf before paddling out and trying it yourself.
  • Paddleboat fishing - If you enjoy land fishing, then you should give paddleboat fishing a try this summer. All you’ll need to add to your list of fishing equipment is rods, reels, bait, lead weights, and a fishing boat. If you’re heading out onto calm waters, an inflatable fishing boat will suffice. Paddleboats are much better for boat fishing as there is no loud engine to disturb the waters and scare away the fish. Instead, you have full control of paddling around your desired fishing spot whenever you please.
  • Kayaking - Paddle across vast bodies of water this summer in a kayak! You can do this alone or with friends, but both are equally as fun and rewarding. Compared to canoeing, which involves a much larger vessel and several paddlers, kayaking gives you a chance to paddle at your own pace and fully take in your surroundings. You can explore a variety of locations, from lakes and rivers to the sea! If you plan to try out sea kayaking, you should be a confident and strong paddler and have the right kind of kayak to withstand the choppy waves.
  • Snorkelling - Snorkelling is a fun and healthy way to take a glimpse into the underwater world. Whether it’s in the ocean or your back garden pool, snorkelling is a great form of exercise that improves your swimming skills without overheating in the summer sunshine. This activity is also inexpensive and can be accessible to all. Over time, you’ll be able to stay submerged and hold your breath for longer. You can also start practising with fins on, which increases your speed through the water.

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