"It's really hot out here, even with the swimming pool and everything, I'm having fun," says 8-year-old Alyssa Summers, who was at the Russell Sims Aquatic Center.
"The pavement would probably burn your feet, maybe scar it, I don't know, it's really hot," added 10-year-old Logan Summers.
Some families are splashing in the water at the Russell Sims Aquatic Center in Bowling Green to beat the heat.
The Center says while people came out to the pools, the heat wave is also hurting business.
"I think it turns off a lot of potential customers. I think people with toddlers and infants, it's too hot for them to bring children that age out.. I think with a lot of the pedestrian traffic around here, it's too hot for people to walk down here, especially with kids," says Tyler Heckman, the pool manager at the Russell Sims Aquatic Center.
They say on Saturday's they normally see a thousand people, but only had several hundred out.
Dogs at the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society also have their own kind of pools to cool down.
The shelter is taking extra precautions to protect the animals.
"A lot of pools for any outdoor kennels and it's even so hot now, we are having to bring all of the dogs inside and trying to make room and try to find them buddies to get along with and we just have to keep refilling their water every two hours or so just to make sure it stays cool," says Kellee Bays from the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society.
The Bowling Green Fire Department is also making sure their firefighters have plenty of water while on duty.
They're also keeping an eye out for potential wildfires.
"We're going to be out in the community more over the next few days due to everything that's going on and just be out more. Obviously, the risk is greater this time with the weather," says Assistant Chief Greg Elrod from the Bowling Green Fire Department.
The Bowling Green Fire Department also says the best thing to do is to stay out of the heat when you can.
They also say it's important to drink plenty of water.
When it comes to protecting your pets, the Bowling Green Warren County Humane Society says it's best to keep your animals indoors and avoid any long car trips with them.