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City of Astoria, Oregon

 

Astoria Aquatic Center

1997 Marine Dr, Astoria, OR 97103 
503-325-7027
info@astoriaparks.com

The Astoria Aquatic Center features four pools and a large fitness area - all under one roof. Our pools include a 6 lane, 25 yard lap pool, recreation pool with a lazy river and the Big Red Slide, hot tub and a heated kiddie pool. We offer swimming lessons for all ages, water exercise classes for adults, therapy swim, party rentals and more.


Drop-in and Pass Prices

Pool and Fitness Room Hours: Anticipated closures are posted on the Astoria Parks Department events page and short notice closures can be found on Facebook.
Monday-Friday, 5AM-7PM • Saturday, 9AM-4PM • Sunday, 11AM-4PM
Lap Swim: (lane space varies, see schedule)
Monday- Friday, 5AM-7PM • Saturday, 9AM-4PM • Sunday, 11AM-4PM
Family Swim: During this time we encourage families to be in the pool together. Swimmers under 15 must be accompanied in the pool by a guardian 16 or older.  
Monday-Friday, 9AM-1PM • Saturday, 9AM-Noon • Sunday, 11AM-1PM 
Open Play: Children 8 and under must be accompanied in the pool by a guardian or supervisor 14 year or older at all times.
Monday- Friday, 1-7PM • Saturday, 9AM-4PM • Sunday, 1PM-4PM
Big Red Slide:
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 5-7PM • Saturday and Sunday 1-4PM

Swim Lessons

Times vary depending on Swim Classes and skill levels. Tuesday and Thursdays
Group: $50 • Semi-private: $80 • Private: $150

Click here for registration and class availability (South Pacific County Residents must register for swim classes in person).

Be a Lifeguard

Interested in becoming a lifeguard or learning water safety? We offer training classes all year long. Submit your application online for the next available class.

Scholarships

Scholarships are available to help pay for passes. Visit our facility to fill out an application and for more information!

Employee
of the
Month

   

Ashley Schacher

When Aquatics Manager, Genessee Dennis, arrived in September, there were no Aquaducks classes because we did not have a teacher.  Ashley was asked if she were interested in working with babies - knowing she was a swimmer.  Ashley willingly obliged and was eager to learn.  She was given the resources for instruction and she developed the curriculum on her own.  She has even taken on private instruction and other swimming lessons.  Ashley is awesome with the kids and their parents.  She is self-motivated and never misses her shifts.  Not everyone is willing or good at working with really young children, so thank you Ashley for all you do at the Astoria Aquatic Center!


 
 
 

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