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Astoria Aquatic Center, Astoria
(3.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • We decided to stop at the pool and escape the 30 degree heat for a while. The facility was nice. It was a bit sandy in the leisure pool area. Also a bit expensive to drop in, compared to other communi...  more »
  • We spent a week in Cannon Beach, but felt we needed a break from the beach, sun and sand. The Astoria Aquatic Center was a great way to spend an afternoon with our grade-school aged son. The water sli...  more »
  • Great way to burn some energy and cool off. Make sure you go when the red slide is open, usually between 5 and 7 pm, though occasionally closed during swim lessons. Clean facility with many areas to p...  more »
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  • They have two large pools. One is an excellent lap pool. The other is mainly a large play area for the kids. It has a huge slide going in. There is also a hot tub. The place can get crowded and loud on a Sat afternoon. If you want some more peace and quiet, go before noon. Cost is $7.50 to enter. Unless you get a membership. Go and enjoy.
  • Well im on the swim team and i think its a great place all of the lifeguards a super nice but theres one lifeguard that i like the most and is always nice to me ( you know who you are ) the front desk people are really nice
  • Their website is garbage and no one can answer a phone, or call me back so I can get my kid into swim lessons.
  • It was really cool accept the life guards were kinda of rude to my children, And my children were being little angel's But apparently the life guard's were being rude and judge mental.
  • No longer a fun, family place. They took our money, and then after an hour of swimming, told us that there weren't enough adults, and wouldn't refund our money! There were no problems ... the kids were swimming peacefully and quietly. No other kids were there, and there were two lifeguards. Out of nowhere, they wanted me to be within arms reach of my kids who are strong swimmers, while at the same time holding my small baby, all the while agreeing that it was impossible. Embarrassing and confrontational. Have been going here since it opened, and never had any issues, whatsoever. Noticed the last few times that it's getting "creepy" under the guise of "safety". The staff used to be awesome! Also noticed that they close the kiddie pool an hour before close sometimes, citing "chlorine issues." Makes me sort of laugh wryly. Kind of takes the fun out of swimming. The lifeguards pace and keep a closer eye on the adults "arms reach" than the kids. Kind of sad, really. Maybe the help is getting lazy or incompetent. I don't know. They told me they had to call 911 for an incident. So, maybe they can't find good lifeguards anymore? Maybe their training needs training. The whistle and the doll splashed in the water doesn't seem to work, but it quiets the place for a while.