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HGVC Pool Water Temperature in Early March

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We will be at HGVC Seaworld from March 3 to 10 and was wondering if the pools are heated and if so, what temperature?

Coolish water temperature won't be a problem for the kids but to me, it may be an issue.

Thanks!
 

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They say they are heated but the last time we were there I felt they were on the cold side. I asked & the they said they were heated but they didn't know to what temp.

But on the other hand the hot tubs were great!

Have a great time!

JM
 

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My strategy for dealing with cool-ish pools:
1. Sit in the hot tub (spa) long enuff that you need to cool off.
2. Cool off in the pool long enuff that you want to heat up.
3. Repeat.
 

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My strategy for dealing with cool-ish pools:
1. Sit in the hot tub (spa) long enuff that you need to cool off.
2. Cool off in the pool long enuff that you want to heat up.
3. Repeat.

Good advice, thanks! I now just need to schedule in some time for adult beverages and I am all set!
 

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Of the two main side by side pools, the one with the fountain will be the warmer of the two. The one with the waterfall will probably be cold.

The leisure/quiet pool should also be ok as far as temps go.
 

pavlovsdog00

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just left

just left sea world property a couple of hours ago

TOO COLD!!!!

of course there was a mini cold snap...but i'd say the water was in the high 70's.
 

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IMHO March is never to cold for the pool, the duration of the pool time is just shorter.:D
 
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