Does anyone in Alaska have a pool?
A sunny day in Tok brings more than just warm weather and sun tans. KTUU’s Roadtrippin’ series takes us to a extremely rare sight in Alaskan, not seen by many; the states only heated outdoor swimming pool.
Does Alaska only have one pool?
There is only one 50-meter pool in the state of Alaska.
Where is the only swimming pool in Alaska?
Right now, in the entire state of Alaska, there is just one 50-meter pool about 120 miles north of Seward at Bartlett High School in Anchorage. The pool at Seward High School, where Jacoby was the star swimmer, is just 25 meters.
Can you have an inground pool in Alaska?
In Alaska, as with everywhere else in the country, a building permit is required to install a swimming pool. Permits are handled at the local level, so check with your city, town, and/or borough to apply (if you live in Anchorage, you can start by visiting this page).
Does Seward Alaska have a swimming pool?
Seward features numerous local trails – perfect for getting out-of-doors, whether on foot, bicycle, horse, cross-country skis, or snowmachine. Public ball fields and the high school’s gym support a number of intramural sports teams, and the high school swimming pool offers public access.
Does Alaska have a 50-meter pool?
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Lydia Jacoby is familiar with the Bartlett High School pool. … It’s the only 50-meter pool in Alaska, a fact several articles and Olympic commentators were quick to point out when the Seward High School athlete took gold in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke this week.
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