Six destinations to cool off at during the hot months of summer.

1. Camdenton Aquatic Center

139 City Park Road Camdenton, MO 65020 (573) 346-2355

Hours: Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday Noon-5 p.m.

Admission: $3 (12 and under), $4 (13 and over)

Enjoy a relaxing bubble bench, kiddie play area, water-spinning vortex or brave the 2 1/2 story spiral slide at the outdoor Camdenton Aquatic Center! Visitors of all ages can also enjoy a variety of food, drinks and even ice cream at the concession stand, as well.

2. Eldon Aquatic Center

500 Franklin Avenue Eldon, MO 65026 (573) 392-8727

Hours: Monday-Saturday Noon-6 p.m., Sunday 1-6 p.m. Admission: $3 (2 and under), $3 (65 and older), $4 (4-64)

If the big frog slide on the shallow end of the pool doesn't do it for you, then the diving board and the large spiral slide on the deep end will! The Eldon Aquatic Center also features low carb to full carb snacks to cover everyone's summer hunger cravings.

3. Versailles City Pool

806 East Magnolia Street Versailles, MO 65084 (573) 378-5438

Hours: Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday Noon-5 p.m. Admission: Free (3 and under), $1 (60 and over), $3 (3-60)

Enjoy chilling out poolside or partake in a little water basketball at the Versailles City Pool. Open each day of the week, they offer special deals on pool passes and splash cards for all ages to enjoy.

4. Westlake Aquatic Center

134 N Fairgrounds Road Laurie, MO 65037 (573) 374-7370

Hours: Monday-Saturday 1-5:30 p.m., Sunday Noon-2 p.m. Admission: $5 (2-17), $6 (60 and over), $7 Adults (18-59)

The black and yellow pennant flags are always flying at the Westlake Aquatic Center. This indoor swimming facility offers a shady spot each day during the sweltering summer months. Call for earlier swim times and special classes at additional fees.

5. Swim Beach- Public Beach #1

Lake of the Ozarks State Park Located off of Highway 134

Hours: Open daily from sunrise to sunset Admission: Free

If it's the lake itself you prefer to jump in, Lake of the Ozarks State Parks system has you covered. The pebble beach leads you straight into the calming waters of Lake of the Ozarks. Bring rafts and pack a picnic lunch to take in the scenic beauty. Please note this beach is swim at your own risk with no lifeguards on duty.

6. Grand Glaize Beach- Public Beach #2

Lake of the Ozarks State Park Located off of Highway 54, West of Grand Glaize bridge

Hours: Open daily from sunrise to sunset Admission: Free

Bring your sunscreen, flip-flops and floaties as you soak up some sun at Grand Glaize Beach. Both public beaches through the Lake of the Ozarks State Parks system offer visitors restrooms, changing facilities, shady spots for picnics, reservable shelters and playgrounds for children. Please note this beach is swim at your own risk with no lifeguards on duty.