The most important thing about a bachelor party at a pool is to pick the right pool. Our previous posts above will help but the “scene” does change so work with us to get the best recommendations. After you pick the right pool it’s about relaxing. The best way to do that is with some kind of cabana service or at the very least waitress service. You don’t want to spend your time standing at the bar instead of catching up with the bachelor.
After you got that figured out make sure you don’t get raccoon eyes (wearing your sunglasses while your face gets burnt) and drink some water every now and again – it’ll be a long day.
The best part about hanging at the pool during the day is that if you have buddies coming in at different times you don’t have to figure out some central meeting place – the pool becomes it.
Get wet, find a group of girls that want to enjoy getting wet and have some fun in AC pools.
Don't forget the arm floaties or rubber duck floats - you can never go wrong with rubber duck floats at a bachelor party, pool or not.
Dan – Atlantic City Bachelor Party