Grab your swimsuit, towel and umbrella drink as we discover the world's most extreme swimming holes! We visit a Los Angeles mansion with a grotto and massive pool with actual rings of fire, a Phoenix home with two Italian-inspired pools, a 45,000-gallon pool with cascading spillway and colorful fountains in Florida, a Las Vegas party animal pool and a luxury lagoon in Del Mar, California.
Dive into luxury as we discover more of the most outrageous pools in America. Check out the backyard resort in Dallas with a 10-seater hot tub and a secret bar hidden under a waterfall, or take a dip in the Vegas oasis with an infinity pool that's built into a mountainside. We also visit a nature-inspired retreat in Denver with giant natural boulders and a hidden waterslide and a 180,000-gallon saltwater pool near Dallas that is fit for a king.
Discover some of America's most extreme swimming pools, like the pool with a 360-degree infinity edge and hidden spa in Scottsdale, Arizona, or the Texas home that has three smartphone-controlled pools in one. We also jump into a 90,000-gallon pool with a 35-foot slide that's fun for all ages in New Jersey, and a tropical oasis with a 40-foot waterfall in California.
Grab your swimsuit and dive into some of the world's most extreme pools, including the British Columbia pool with a 100-foot negative edge overlooking Lake Okanagan, a grand 24-carat gold inlaid pool in New York that resembles the Louvre and an Atlanta rooftop pool with an amazing glass bottom.
Grab a swimsuit and dive into outrageous cool pools, like a zen-inspired retreat in Maui, or the Austin, Texas, lap pool that juts out 20 feet over a cliff. Then take a dip in a family-friendly Tuscan backyard in Arizona and spend time with the kids in a 115,000-gallon island oasis with a lazy river and waterfalls in Texas.