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North Clackamas Aquatic Park
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Today 6:00 am – 7:30 pm
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7300 SE Harmony Rd Milwaukie, OR 97222
7300 SE Harmony RdUSORMilwaukie97222
(503) 557-7873pdxsurf.com
Public Swimming Pool, Aquarium
Public Swimming Pool
Aquarium
Recreation Center
Water Park
Today 6:00 am – 7:30 pm
Monday 6:00 am – 7:30 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 7:30 pmWednesday 6:00 am – 7:30 pmThursday 11:00 am – 7:30 pmFriday 6:00 am – 7:30 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 5:00 pm
North Clackamas Aquatic Park houses several swimming pools, water slides and a rock climbing wall. Featured swimming pools include, a wave pool with 4-foot waves and three slides!
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People talk about lap pool, hot tub, wave pool, big surf and sand volleyball court
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Sativa Jane
reviewed a month ago
WORST place EVER. Incompetent young people with power trip issues. I was harassed the ENTIRE time which I ended up immediately leaving it was so bad. Front desk "customer service" is a joke. Are there no managers for these kids?! I will NEVER come here again and will NEVER recommend this HORRIBLE place.
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Duane Moody
reviewed 8 months ago
Had a blast with my children this summer here. The staff are young and not customer friendly. The facility is showing its age, but is still enjoyable and clean. They have multiple pools and fun water slides. There is a wave pool, a lap pool and a diving pool. This is a great location when you are looking for something to do with the family.
Jamie Cook
reviewed 8 months ago
Love this place but its to crowded...and there r a little up tight. Awesome for kids tho
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Ryan Winterbower
reviewed 9 months ago
Kids need to be 48 inches tall to do any of the fun stuff, unfortunately. My daughter who is 5, can swim laps, yet because she is below an arbitrary height requirement, she cannot do the fun stuff here. Instead of a height requirement, there should be a swimming requirement. Anyway, I knew this going in, but our pool is closed for cleaning so I gave it a shot anyway. I went on a Friday around 2 pm. The place is so busy, it is hard to get into the wave pool without being pushed around constantly. So, I was forced to stand and watch my daughter play in the below 6 area until it was time to go. They have 4 family rooms and they are not reserved for families. So, individuals literally go in there and do not come out for half an hour, it is mind blowing. There was one other family besides myself and daughter. We went in and showered off, got dressed etc. and when we came out the same family was still waiting, and we waited for 10+ minutes for a room that a single man was occupying. I won't be going back and I couldn't recommend it to anyone else. The wave pool would be fun without the crowds, for kids (it is a very small wave pool), but when it is full of adults floating on tubes, running the kids over, no thanks.
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Tracie Nelson
reviewed a year ago
Have tried many of the pools around Portland area and this by far is the best with the best deals. The Big Surf wave pool is some fun times. Kiddie pool, slides, hot tub, swim lessons neat clean facility.. Love it here!
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Nicolle Sheaves
reviewed 2 years ago
Took my 6-year old this past Saturday. He was really looking forward to it because he was finally 48 inches tall and would be able to go on the slides. I put his coast guard approved lifejacket on and we made our way up the stairs for the slides. I decided that I would go first so I could watch him at the bottom, and his dad would follow behind him. When I reached the bottom I moved to the side and waited for my son. He came out and immediately sank, clearly struggling to get his head above water. I rushed over and picked him up to find that he didn't have his lifejacket on. Apparently there is an unwritten rule that kids can't wear their lifejackets down the slides. I don't know the reason for this since my local community pools allow it and even The Great Wolf Lodge allows people to wear lifejackets down their slides. So the lifeguard here had forced my son to take his lifejacket off to go down the slide, but had no problem with letting my husband hold it as he went down the slide to meet us at the bottom. Next we decided to try the diving board. My husband jumped first and waited in the water as my son(wearing his lifejacket again) to jumped in too. We were called over by the lifeguard there who said that my son could not wear his lifejacket when jumping off the diving board. Here's the reason given: "When a person jumps into the water their body wants to go down but the lifejacket pulls them back up." Um,... isn't that the point of a lifejacket?
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