Texas Jellystone to host ‘world’s largest swim lesson’

BURLESON, Texas — Children and teens through age 18 are invited to participate in “The World’s Large Swimming Lesson,” which takes place at 8:30 a.m. June 22.

The free swimming lesson, hosted by the North Texas Jellystone Park, is one of 700 such events taking place around the world on the same day. The lesson is designed to teach children to swim to help prevent drowning. Last year’s event drew 40,298 students at 641 facilities in 24 countries.

Registration is open to the first 400 children who sign up for the event. Each participant must be accompanied by an adult who joins them in the swimming pool.

The swimming lesson will take place next door to Jellystone Park at the Pirate’s Cove Water Park, located at 2461 S. Burleson Boulevard in Burleson.

The swim instructors will be provided by Aqua-Tots Swim School and Sigma Swim School, both of which are now part of a community drowning prevention coalition that includes Cooks Children’s Hospital, Burleson Fire Department, the City of Burleson and North Texas Jellystone Park.

Burleson Fire Department personnel will be onsite with drowning prevention materials and also providing CPR skills training beginning at 8:15 am.

Registration for the event is available online.

SOURCE: Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts press release


Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber

A journalist who has covered the recreation vehicle industry since January 2000, Greg Gerber founded RV Daily Report on April Fool's Day in 2009. He also serves as the editor of the publication and website. As an Eagle Scout, he has enjoyed camping for decades and has visited every state except Hawaii. A DODO -- Dad of Daughters Only -- to three young women, he has two grandchildren as well. He currently splits his time between Wisconsin, Texas and Arizona. Greg can be reached at editor@rvdailyreport.com.

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