Southwest Community Center and Pool is a great place to go if you just want to stay cool, have some fun, and enjoy some water adventure!
This community experience is also paired with the community center. With rock climbing walls, fitness room, and basketball court, you might really need that cool off!
The pool itself if a great place to visit if love the water - whether you love to swim, want to play, have a splash, or try out some laps.
The 25 yard pool has 6 lap lanes perfect for practicing those strokes you've learnt. It's a great place to kids just starting out too, as they can really get a chance to try out their skills without being surrounded by wave pools, slides and commotion.
The pool is indoors, so it's always heated to 84 degrees. Sounds pretty great to us! That means, whatever the weather, you can enjoy this community experience and have fun AND keep fit. No excuses!
There is also a whirlpool spa heated to 102 degrees. Something for the parents! The water depths range from zero, to 9 feet, so even if you have little ones in the family, they will be able to enjoy the water just as much as everyone else.
Community fun for the family in Portland, Oregon!
Make a splash all year round!
Southwest Community Center and Pool
What is there to do?
How much does it cost?
Children: $3.25 to $5
Discount: Seniors, and active pass
Free Under: 2 years
Family Deals: $68.50 - $81.25
LAST UPDATED 2015
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs, just speak to staff when you arrive and the will do their best to look after you!
When can we go?
Seasonal opening times vary considerably, check their website for up to date information.
All year round
Any top tips?
They provide several party package options to meet your needs! Party package fees and facility rental fees are based on the number of people attending the party, the room being used, the length of the party (minimum of 1 hour room usage for birthday parties), and the party package requested.
It's always a good idea to take healthy snacks and bottled water for the kids when they come out of the water.