Working for a safe, affordable, vibrant, innovative, and interconnected city.
Learn More
Seattle.gov Home Page
Seattle.gov This Department
Seattle Parks and Recreation Seattle Parks and Recreation Home Page Seattle Parks and Recreation - About Us Seattle Parks and Recreation - Contact Us
Christopher Williams, Acting Superintendent.
  Parks   Centers & Pools Activities Reservations & Permits Projects & Planning A - Z Index
 
SPARC - Online Registration
Brochures
Community Centers
Pools
Pool Schedules
Swimming
Aquatics Employment & Training
Environmental Learning Centers
Boating Centers
Tennis Center
RecTech
Teen Life Centers
Middle School CLC
Seattle Parks and Recreation

Queen Anne Pool

 
Information: (206) 386-4282
Address: 1920 1st Ave W (Map It)
Find us on Facebook Like us on Facebook

Click to skip down to:


You Can Be A Super Hero Too!

Superhero Be a hero and help every child become a Super Swimmer.

Make your donation today to the Seattle Parks and Recreation swim lesson scholarship fund.

Donations accepted at any Seattle Parks and Recreation swimming pool or donate online.

» More info

Queen Anne Pool
Queen Anne Pool
Queen Anne Pool

ABOUT THE POOL

We are one of ten pools operated by Seattle Parks and Recreation. Located on Queen Anne Hill, we offer a wide array of programs and special events.

Pool Features

  • Pool size: 25 yard/6 lane
  • 1m diving board
  • 3m diving board
  • Rope Swing
  • Sauna
  • 2 Family Changing Rooms
  • Pool Temperature: 85 degrees

ADA & ACCESSIBILITY

  • Accessibility
  • ADA lift
  • Permanent Access Stairs

* You are welcome to enjoy this facility. Please wear appropriate swimwear. If you feel you need an individual accommodation, we invite you to speak with the Pool Coordinator or the Swim Beach Manager.


Deep Water Swim Test

To ensure the safety of children and youth using our pools, in order for swimmers younger than 18 to go into the deep end, Seattle Parks and Recreation requires a swim test. The test consists of swimming two widths of the pool. While crawl stroke is preferred, alternate methods of swimming can be acceptable if the child is swimming with the body in a prone position and is making good forward progress. For additional safety, the test may be more stringent if the pool is really crowded. Final determination is based on the judgment of the lifeguard on duty.

Alternately, the child can take the swim test using a personal flotation device (life jacket). Children who pass this modified test are allowed in the deep using a life jacket.


DIRECTIONS

Directions:
> By Bus
> By Car

*Note: To view a PDF, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it for free at www.adobe.com.


 
Updated June 23, 2014

EVENTS CALENDAR

CLASSES & PROGRAMS
Browse courses and register online SPARC using SPARC: Seattle
Parks and Recreation Connection
» Try SPARC
» Advanced Search

SCHEDULE, RATES & FEES

» Pool Schedule
» Admission Fees
» Class & Program Fees
» Pool Rentals
» Swimming Lessons You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.

SUMMER SWIM LEAGUE

Coming Spring 2015


 Home | Partnerships | Park Board | Volunteer | FAQ | Parkways Parkways Icon | Facebook Facebook Icon | @SeattleParks Twitter Icon | Flickr Flickr Icon