Washington Park Recreation Center
Atlanta (Fulton Co.), Georgia, UNITED STATES

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The Basics
Facility Name
Washington Park Recreation Center
Web Address
Street Address
102 Ollie Street, Northwest
Atlanta (Fulton Co.), GA, 30314, UNITED STATES
(404) 658-1436

Admission Prices & Policies
Visitors (adult)
$5.00. (No cash accepted; debit/credit cards, personal checks and money orders are the only form of payment accepted for admission.)
[January, 2017]
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Year-round Swimming Pools And Boards At This Facility
Pool 125y x 25m, 10 lanes, 6f 7in - 9f depth, indoors, 82ºF (28ºC)
Pool 225y, 4 lanes, indoors, 85ºF (29ºC)

How To Find This Pool
In Washington Park, one block north of Martin Luther King Dr., N.W. Very easy to get to for visitors; it's just 3/10ths of a mile (7 minutes walking) from the MARTA stop at Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. N.W.
Fulton County
33.75803, -84.42185
Teams That Use This Facility
TriathlonAtlanta Tri ClubClick on the Team Name to view its website.
Youth SwimCity of Atlanta DolphinsClick on the Team Name to view its website.

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Facility Reviews
The facility and pool are very nice and quite underused.
There’s rarely anyone else in the pool. It’s a superb new facility - well worth a visit.
My children recently began taking swimming lessons and I have been thoroughly pleased with the quality and the expertise of the instructor. After about 3 sessions they were actually swimming! We’re so pleased we’re signing up for another session.
[April, 2013]
Great facility... but the lap pool gets taken over most weeknights (typically 6 - 8 PM) by underwater hockey leagues, school water polo practices, or Atlanta Tri Club swmming... If you can manage to squeeze into a lane, it's a great place to swim.
[April, 2014]
The old, keyed lockers have been replaced with lockers of the bring-your-own-lock variety.
[July, 2014]
I love swimming at Washington Park Natatorium. The facility is clean. It has nice, deep lap lanes. And there's a separate, shallow pool for swimming lessons and aerobics. I've never had trouble getting a lane on a weeknight or weekend--even when the tri club is there on Monday night.
[July, 2014]