The Oro Valley Aquatic Center, located at James D. Kriegh Park in the Town of Oro Valley, is one of Southern Arizona's largest aquatic centers.
The center is home to an Olympic size pool (25 yards by 50 meters), a six-lane 25-yard recreation pool, a 130' long water slide, two one-meter diving boards (low dive), two three-meter diving boards (high dive), and a splash pad.
The current hours are as follows:
Daily Drop-In Fees:
The membership rates listed above are for residents of Oro Valley. Non-residents may become members also, but the fees are slightly higher.
Parking is free and plentiful with over 200 spots available.
Swimsuits, towels, sunscreen, snacks, and water!
Proper swimwear is required. No t-shirts, cut-offs, or everyday clothing in the pools.
The Aquatic Center is open year-round with an average water temperature of 80 degrees.
Yes. Showers and changing rooms can be found in the restrooms. The Oro Valley Aquatic Center also has a family restroom.
The Oro Valley Aquatic Center is open year-round.
No. Animals are not permitted in the facility.
Call the Oro Valley Aquatic Center at 520-297-SWIM.
Children 12 and under and non-skilled swimmers must be accompanied by an adult. (An adult is defined as a parent/guardian over the age of 18).
Life vests and puddle jumpers must be U.S. Coast Guard approved. Children wearing approved flotation devices must have a parent in the water within arm’s reach.
No. Flips are not allowed off the side of the pool.
Year round club swim teams that practice at Oro Valley Aquatic Center are FAST and Oro Valley Swim Team. The center is also used by Canyon del Oro High School, Ironwood Ridge High School, and Pusch Ridge Christian Academy.
Food and beverages are allowed anywhere on deck, including in the two ramadas. Note: no glass or alcohol.
Multiple tables are under ramadas.
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Oro Valley Aquatic Center has the following facilities available to rent for birthdays, weddings, and other special events:
Call 520-297-7946 for more information.
You can also subscribe for the Oro Valley email list.
Prepare for a day in the Arizona sun by lathering on plenty of sunscreen and wearing sunglasses. Rashguard style swimwear is also recommended.
Have a great time at the Oro Valley Aquatic Center!