There is a deep water hole near El Paso you will want to pay a visit to. This isn't some typical water hole either.

It's known to some as the world's largest and natural swimming pool.

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Now if you don't mind a road trip that is under 3 hours then this trip is calling your name. Toyahvale, Texas is only 2 hours and 45 minutes away from El Paso, Texas.

You're probably wondering what would be worth taking a drive out there for, well for one Balmorhea State Park is.

Balmorhea State Park is where you can enjoy a nice cool dip in the biggest swimming pool. If you've ever wondered what it's like to swim with fishes, your opportunity is waiting. Plus, the water is so clear you can see straight to the bottom.

This is where you can bust out your snorkeling gear if you have any and use it at Balmorhea State Park. The deepest this natural swimming pool maxes out to 25 feet deep. There are tons of people who always look forward to taking a dip at Balmorhea State Park.

Well, on June 26 they plan on reopening the massive pool to the public. Now since summer break isn't as long as it was before

Balmorhea State Park is worth a round trip. This natural swimming pool is worth putting on your list of places to visit.

The Lone Star State has a tropical wonderland that is awaiting your arrival in Toyahvale, Texas. You can check out some footage of the pool from the Photo Flyboy [Bob Dewitt] YouTube channel above.

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