Although we love the beach this time of year, planning a trip can sometimes take time and effort.

Not only do you have to worry about finding parking, but once you arrive, you are stuck lugging around all the beach gear to and from the car in the hot summer heat.

It's nice to have a pool or to know someone who does on those days when it seems a little more inconvenient to make a beach day happen.

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However, the downside is that only some people own a pool or know someone who does. Thankfully, can help bridge that gap.

Swimply is a website that allows residents to list their private pools for rent by the hour. Prices can range as low as $25 and up to $130 per hour, with each location offering a unique experience depending on pool sizes and the deal offered.

Now that summer is in full swing, it's time to use every resource to stay cool. With this in mind, we have compiled a list of Massachusetts and Rhode Island Pools available to rent on Swimply.

There are some local listings, but if you don't mind traveling, it might be worth the drive to make a whole day trip out of the experience.

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The site is not just perfect for a quick dip but could also be used to rent a pool for hosting large parties or gatherings with friends and family.

There's no excuse not to enjoy a summer full of outdoor fun, sunshine and relaxation by a body of water. No matter where you're located, you will be able to find a pool suitable for your needs. The best part is that the website gets updated daily with new listings.

Every Massachusetts and Rhode Island Pool Available to Rent Today is a website that allows residents to list their private pools as available to rent by the hour for those who want to cool off this summer. Here is a complete list of the locations we found in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Click on the photo for pricing and reservations.

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