When will the indoor pool get the attention it deserves?

It’s a question that comes with an answer: When indoor water parks finally get the water they deserve.

The water-cooled outdoor pools, where you can relax, catch up on a film or watch a movie, have been waiting for that moment for years.

That time is now, thanks to a slew of new indoor pools in cities around the country, as well as the arrival of some new indoor propane engines.

The indoor water park world is big.

With more than 1,600 indoor pools, more than 100 outdoor pools and more than 5,000 indoor pools across the country alone, the number of indoor pools is growing every day.

And in some places, indoor pools are getting even bigger.

In New York City, where indoor water sports have been growing at an exponential rate, the city’s indoor pool industry has grown by more than 4,000 percent over the past three years.

The average indoor pool is more than 60 feet tall, with a capacity of more than 6,000 people, according to the city.

The popularity of indoor pooling in New York is fueled by the popularity of the indoor water game.

The indoor game is played in pools of various sizes, but the most popular pool, the Poolhouse, is located at the New York State Museum of Natural History in Manhattan.

“This is a very exciting time for the indoor game because there’s more space available,” said Matt Kostin, president and CEO of the New Jersey Association of State Parks.

“There are indoor pools for families to play in and kids to go to and kids can come in and do what they love in an indoor environment.”

In New Orleans, the outdoor waterpark industry has seen its share of growth.

The city has nearly 50 indoor pools and another 10 outdoor pools in operation.

And the city also has a new indoor pool that will be open for public use from April 1.

The city says that the outdoor pool is the most successful indoor pool in the city, and that it is looking to expand its indoor pool program.

“This indoor pool can have a lot of fun for kids,” said City Manager Richard Pappas.

“It’s a great outdoor activity that can be a great family event.”

The indoor pool has long been a staple in the urban pool culture, as it’s the place where kids can spend time with their families.

But it hasn’t always been so popular, as a number of problems have plagued indoor pools over the years.

In 2012, the National Park Service opened up the indoor swimming pool in Washington, D.C., to the public.

The pool became an unofficial “panda exhibit” and quickly became a popular spot for the city to promote outdoor activities, including the citywide annual outdoor dog show.

In recent years, outdoor pools have also been the target of a number-crunching, high-profile case.

In 2009, the Department of Energy shut down two indoor pools because they were leaking and were unsafe.

In 2011, a group of California residents sued the city of Los Angeles for failing to maintain and improve the pools, with one group filing suit in 2012.

The lawsuit was eventually dismissed, but in a 2014 decision, a California appellate court overturned the district court ruling.

The California lawsuit said that the city was responsible for failing indoor pools.

“The [California] plaintiffs allege that the City of Los Angles has failed to comply with its obligations to the plaintiffs,” the appeals court decision stated.

“Because of the failure to comply, the plaintiffs have suffered substantial injury, financial loss, and injury to property.”

In February 2016, the US District Court for the District of Columbia overturned the dismissal, saying that the plaintiffs had not suffered any injury.

“The plaintiffs have not been harmed,” the court said.

The court also said that while the case may be on appeal, the judge had found that the claims were meritless.

The decision also said the city had not made any modifications to the pools to improve the facilities.

The US Department of Justice, however, is still fighting the decision.

In a letter sent last week, Assistant Attorney General Julie Tauscher wrote that the case was “inadequate” and “totally without merit.”

Tauscher said that even though the city could be liable for damages, it should have taken measures to address the problems with the pools.

“If you are going to have an indoor pool, you need to make sure that it’s safe,” she wrote.

The case is now before the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.