Summer in the 716 is in full swing, and we have plenty of hot and sunny days ahead of us in Western New York. If you need some relief, there are plenty of ways to find it as you try to keep cool in the hot weather.

Of course, you have beaches all around the region. From Beaver Island to Sunset Bay, you have several options to put your feet in some Western New York sand.

Now, if you're like me and not a fan of sand but looking for a water party vibe with great music, then there is a new pool club now open in Buffalo's Black Rock neighborhood with your name on it.

The Pool Club At SOL Buffalo Is Ready For You

Located at 140 Chandler Street, off of Military Road in Buffalo, The Pool Club at SOL Buffalo is taking over the space that the Tappo Day Club used to occupy.

According to Buffalo Business First, SOL Buffalo is seeking to bring a Miami like club expereince to the 716 with Bands, DJs, and and plenty of fun in the more than 1,600 square foot pool.

While this is sure to be a new hotspot in Buffalo, it's not going to be a party all the time. The owners, also behind Buffalo's Jack Rabbit and Riff City, said there will be something for everyone.

If you're looking to party or just relax in the sun, then it looks like SOL Buffalo is somewhere you want to put on your to-do list of places to visit this year.

More information about the pool club can be found on its website here

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New York State has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to state parks. We have them all, big and small, water front and deep in the woods, and from all over including the Hudson Valley all the way out to Western New York. Millions attend these parks every year, both in the summer and winter. Here is a selection of 23 of the best state parks. Of course there are dozens more so please visit our Facebook page and give your favorite a shoutout if you don't see it on this list!

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