Aquatics2023-11-09T10:58:34-07:00

Mountain Park’s indoor aquatics center features a family-friendly leisure pool, lap pool and therapeutic spa. Framed by innovative architecture featuring beautiful contemporary wood-based décor, the space has large glass windows and curved, natural pool edges.

Three connected environments comprise the center designed to cater to all age groups. From the competitive swimmer to the young pool-goer, there’s something for everyone here – water aerobics, swim classes, lap swimming, and regular new offerings.

CONTACT

aquatics@mtparkhoa.com
503-635-3561

OPEN SWIM

POOL SCHEDULE

PRIVATE SWIM

Registration for
Winter Term Swim Lessons
opens December 1

GROUP SWIM

Group Swim Lessons are offered to members only.

LIL’ SWIMMERS

SWIM LESSON REGISTRATION

How do I register for Private and/or Group Swim Lessons?

  1. Members register for Private and Group Swim Lessons through the MemberMe+ app. View the tutorial HERE.
  2. Non-Members will need a password to access online registration. If you do not have the password you need, call 503-635-3561 or email aquatics@mtparkhoa.com retrieve it. Enter the password to gain access to your Swim Lesson Guide with the registration links.
How to Register for Swim Lessons on MemberMe+
Member Swim Lesson Guide
Non-Member Swim Lesson Guide & Registration Links

1,608 SQ. FT. LAP POOL
  • 3 Well-Maintained Lanes
  • Industry Standard 25-Yard Pool Size

127 SQ. FT. THERAPEUTIC SPA
  • Rehabilitative Water Jets
  • Year-Round Heating
  • Comfortable Seating

2,230 SQ. FT. LEISURE POOL
  • Large, Water-Park-Style Spiral water slide
  • Current Channel: A Slow-Moving River in the Pool
  • Swirling Water Vortex
  • Beach Style Entryway

FAQ

What time will registration open?2023-03-15T12:41:00-07:00

You can register beginning at 12:00am.

Will Private Lesson schedules be determined by the teacher and family?2022-11-17T12:02:16-07:00

Registration for private lessons will be available online. The instructor will have no say in registration, these slots will be filled on a first come, first served basis.

Is there a waitlist for private, semi-private, and/or group lessons?2022-11-16T12:42:37-07:00

Yes. Please register online as normal. Your e-receipt will say “WAITLIST”. If a spot opens, you will be notified by the Aquatics Department. You will not be charged for the class if you are waitlisted. 

When will non-members be allowed to participate in group swimming lessons?2022-11-16T12:11:04-07:00

Currently, we are not allowing non-members to participate in group swimming lessons. We have not set a date for non-members to participate in group swimming lessons. 

How long are the lessons?2022-11-16T12:09:50-07:00

The lessons are 25 minutes long.  

Do we have to stay in the building while our child is swimming?2022-11-16T12:09:19-07:00

Yes. All parents need to be in the clubhouse while their child is swimming.  

If I sign up for both sessions in a term, do I get a discount?2022-11-16T12:04:03-07:00

No – you will pay the same price for Session 1 as you pay for Session 2.  

How many sessions can we sign up for?2022-11-16T12:02:51-07:00

You may sign up for one or both sessions in a term 

Can we pick our teacher?2022-11-16T10:50:47-07:00

You will be able to select your teacher for private and semi-private lessons only. When you register online, the instructor’s name will be listed next to the class you are registering for.

How old do you need to be to use the hot tub?2019-09-18T14:00:56-07:00

There are no age restrictions to use the hot tub but children 13 and younger must have a responsible person aged 14 or older present with them.

What is the temperature of the pools?2023-03-15T12:48:20-07:00

The Lap pool is 83°, the Leisure pool is 88°, and the Spa is 102°

 

Are swim caps required?2017-12-29T18:56:48-07:00

No, swim caps are not required in any of our pools.

 

Who can use the water slide?2022-07-21T11:28:22-07:00

Users must be at least 48 inches tall to ride the water slide. Maximum weight is 300lbs, per manufacturer’s guidelines. Single riders only. Adults cannot put a child on their lap to slide down the slide.

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