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When Spirit Mountain had a pool

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At some point in the early 1980s, Spirit Mountain did away with its swimming pool. It was probably a maintenance nightmare, and the notion of a pool on a hill overlooking the tributary to the world’s largest freshwater “pool” might be considered a little absurd in retrospect.

Trust me, though. It was fun while it lasted.

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Brian Barber

about 2 years ago

Growing up in Omaha, (a town NOT located on the world's largest lake) we had the Peony Park pool. It was built to resemble a lake, with sand on top of the cement bottom, a beach all the way around, docks, fountains, slides and diving platforms out in the middle. It was inside an amusement park, so there was also a monorail that ran around it. A genuine bona-fide electrified monorail.

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