Best Swimming Pool Basketball & Volleyball in 2020



GoSports Water Volleyball 3 Pack | Great for Swimming Pools or Lawn Volleyball Games Review:


VolleyBalls seem to be exactly what we were looking for. Soft enough for the kids but at the same time they can provide very real volleyball play. Hoping to use them a ton this summer! Don’t know about how long they’ll last but seem like they’ll be ok



GoSports Water Basketballs 2 Pack | Choose Between Size 3 and Size 6 | Great for Swimming Pool Basketball Hoops Review:


The balls are great. But the pump that comes with it isn't very practical. I pumped and pumped and pumped some more until my biceps were sore. Then I switched hands and pumped and pumped. I was bound and determined to use the supplied pump to pump the balls up. But I gave up and went to the garage to get the bike pump. The bike pump took maybe 10 pumps to fill the other ball up. I guess the little pump would be great to have to just add a little air if needed. But not to inflate an deflated ball. By pool horse game is getting better.



Intex Pool Volleyball Game, 94in X 25in X 36in, for Ages 6+ Review:


Well made and fun to use! The only complaint I have is how flimsy it is. It was a pain in the rear trying to get it into the pool after it was inflated because it kept wanting to fold in half, making getting it over the edge of the pool almost impossible (it'd have been a LOT easier with two people, admittedly). It's fun, relatively inexpensive, and easy to set up. The directions are CRAP and nigh unreadable. I didn't even bother after about 5 minutes of trying to decypher them. I simply went off what the picture looked like on the box and was able to set it up within a few minutes. Despite what they recommend, I *did* use an air compressor to inflate the net. Like HECK if I was blowing that thing up myself and I didn't have any other way to inflate it. I will say you NEED to use the weight bags to keep this thing in place. Otherwise it'll be out of the pool and across the yard if there's so much as a gentle breeze blowing! We had a ton of fun using it at a pool party we hosted. Everyone loved it and had a blast! Our pool was technically too small for it (I honestly had thought it was much smaller than it was, but that was definitely an error on my part, not the sellers!). e still enjoyed it (even though it's almost as wide as our easy set). Just a tip: if you're having issues with the ball going too far or being blown around, deflate it a bit. If you still have issues, add a small amount of pool water in it. If you do this, be sure to empty it out and let the nozzle open so that it dries out inside EVERY time after you're done with it so that it doesn't get disgusting inside.



Poolmaster Pro Rebounder Poolside Basketball Game Review:


Easy to assemble, in under 5 minutes. Seems sturdy, although I am on my way to fill it with water in the base. There was something rattling around in the base when I took it out of the box. There was a small coin-sized piece of plastic that, initially, I thought was the cap, but turns out it is just the piece that was drilled out to make the filling hole in the base. The cap was separate.

There was a missing bolt (one that was supposed to be pre-threaded into one of the support poles). The attached picture shows the label that says you need to remove it and save it to attach the backboard. But there was no bolt. Easy enough to find at store, but did require a trip out to the store.



Intex Swim Center Clearview Aquarium Inflatable Pool, 62.5" X 62.5" X 19.5", for Ages 3+ Review:


We bought this for our almost 3-year old grandson to use while staying at a vacation rental. He enjoyed playing in it - we had about 6-7 inches of water in it (about to the top of the bottom “ring”), but the pool could hold twice that amount. The sides were sturdy when inflated, but I would note that it was possible for our toddler to climb in and out on his own. We used an electric pump to quickly inflate the pool - it took about a minute. The inflation port has two plugs. One has a valve to allow air to go in but not out (much) using a flap across the opening - typical of what you find on most inflatable beach toys, although larger - which can be removed to allow quicker deflation. The second is a solid plug to seal the port. There seem to be many questions about the bottom of the pool - which is just smooth vinyl and does not inflate. The bottom is a little slick when wet.



Dunnrite Products Dunnrite PoolSport Replacement Mini Swimming Pool Basketball Review:


My kids and the neighborhood boys love to play basketball. Living in Las Vegas the heat is a killer in the summer. We purchased a basketball hoop for our pool a couple years ago, best purchase ever. When it's to hot to shoot hoops they now take the court to the pool. However they forget to take the ball out. The chlorine has cause tge ball to wear and start to unthread. I bought this ball to replace the old ball. It's a perfect fit and works great. Kids are happy and so am I, they are outside.



Intex Floating Hoops Basketball Game Colors May Vary Review:


This blow-up pool hoop is really great. My five-year-old granddaughter and I have a blast playing HORSE in the pool with it. When we are in the water, we can attach crazy choreography to our attempted shots at the basket. It is fun to switch up what we are using as the projectile... The ball that came with it, other various balls, sponges, diving toys like the little rocket-shaped ones, little Frisbee, or the diving rings, etc. She also loves to swim under water and aim for coming up into the middle of it. It is sturdy enough for her to use as an elaborate floaty toy to lean on and kick her way around the pool. We even set it up in our living room and shoot paper airplanes into it. The uses for this inexpensive item are limited only by your kids' imagination. Get one! You won't regret it.



Swimline Giant Shootball Basketball Swimming Pool Game Toy Review:


Ordered this for a Summer Party this Saturday to start the summer off! The kids love it. It doubles as a float with a dome! I took a pic with a standard size beach Ball next to it to give You and idea of how big this is!

Btw, I suggest getting a pump - we use our mattress air bed pump, and I take a small plastic kitchen funnel (can get at a Dollar store) and insert it into my floats with the pump blowing into it!

Cheers ya’ll from Dallas, Texas!!!!