Our Favorite Pool Floaties for the Family

Warm weather. No school. That can only mean one thing – POOL TIME! Whether you are hitting the local lake on your summer holiday, are rocking your afternoons at the neighborhood pool, or are lucky enough to have a pool in your own backyard, we’ve rounded up our favorite pool floaties to satisfy the whole family.

Pool Floaties for Babies and Tots

For Babies and Toddlers

For water babes, we love pool floaties that provide a safe surrounding and sun protection. The Swimways Baby Spring Float Activity Center for babies 9-24 months has an adjustable canopy and a built-in interactive play station with lots of activities to keep little ones entertained while the Speedo Kids’ Begin to Swim Fabric Baby Cruiser with Canopy rides higher in the water to keep babies hands from sitting in the water and can be used from 6 months up. We’re always looking for baby gear that multitasking and designed to last. The Swim School Grow With Me 4-in-1 Swim System can be used with kids 18 months to 3-4 years old and transitions from being a baby float to a Kid Cruiser and eventually into a Kick Float and Kick Board. Finally, older tots will love this Giant Sea Turtle. With two air chambers for added stability and two handles for support, this sea turtle is downright adorable has plenty of room for pool play.

Poo Floaties for Kids and Adults

For Big Kids and Adults

I’m just going to say it – everyone needs a this giant inflatable swan to ride on. The International Leisure Giant Swan offers 75″ of inflatable fun, room for two adults or an endless number of piled on kids, is under $40, and is sure to make a scene at your next pool party. I’m pretty sure that my kids and my husband would be fighting over these next two. The Giant Inflatable Shootball hoop can make any pool or lake into an impromptu basketball game while the Log Flume Joust Set will definitely bring up some video-worthy competition between my boys – ha! Meanwhile, I think you’ll find me laying on this ridiculously oversized Cabana Shirt Floatie with a watermelon slushie in the drink holder and one eye open for nearby cannonballs.

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About Kate Bayless

A mom to three boys, Kate Bayless has been assembling, testing out, and writing about children's gear for nearly a decade. An experienced freelance writer and editor in Southern California, Kate also covers parenting, travel, health and beauty for a variety of print and online publications. And lattes. She reviews lots of lattes. Visit her at www.linkedin.com/in/katebayless/.