Summer will soon be dwindling down, so now is the perfect time to take a much-needed swim in the relaxing waters of a swimming pool.

Maybe you want to lay out on a floaty with some sunglasses and feel the sun's rays, or you may want to enjoy the good old fashioned backstroke. Afterwards, you can find a sunny nearby spot and stretch out, put on some sunglasses, and read a good book with a cold, refreshing beverage.

Sound like heaven? We think so. But what if you don't have a swimming pool? Many people don't. And public pools, believe it or not, can have a rather expensive admission fee.

So, thank heavens we have Swimply- a company where you can, get this, rent private pools by the hour.

We'd never heard of this before, but when you think about it, it makes total sense that a business like this could not only exist, but do quite well.

On, you can look around to find nearby pools, see their hourly rate, amenities, and other features, and submit a request to the host of your dream pool(s). Other pools can be booked instantly. Either way, once you're approved, you'll be given all the information you need from your reservation.

So, what are some of the pools available in Massachusetts? Well, we did some exploring, and found several pools perfect to soak up those final days of summer.

Let's take a look at 15 of them below. Which one is your favorite?

To check out more pools on Swimply, click here.

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