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The city of San Clemente will host its first annual “Float Fest Friday,” August 9 from 2-4 p.m. at the Ole Hanson Beach Club on Avenido Pico. Held by the City’s Recreation Division, San Clemente will unveil the city’s new inflatable pool obstacle courses, as well as serving root beer floats to all those in attendance.

Guests will be able to enjoy a warm-water pool with inflatable balls, obstacle courses and other deck activities. Games and activities for guests of all ages will be available on deck or in the pool. Any guest who chooses to play on the inflatable obstacle course is required to have successfully passed a swim test.

All flotation devices and other inflatable items will be provided by the city. Guests are not allowed to bring their own flotation or inflatable games/items.
For those with an early registration, entry will be $2 per person. Otherwise, entry will be $5 per person at the door of the event. Space is limited, so registering prior to the event is advised. To pre-register, visit

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