Queen Anne Pool


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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Queen Anne Pool
1920 First Avenue West, Queen Anne
Seattle, WA 98119
(206) 386-4282

Adult Admission Price & Policy

$5.25, SC(65) $3.75. [October, 2016]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25y x 45f, 6 lanes , indoors , 86ºF (30ºC)
One 1m diving board and one 3m diving board.


King County
47.636167, -122.358114

Teams That Use This Facility

Youth Swim
Click on the Team Name to view its website.

Facility Notes

For information about all the city's municipal pools, indoor and outdoor, see the City of Seattle's Pools Web page.

Facility Reviews

I swam here three mornings during a one week during a trip to Seattle. This is a good pool with a schedule that changes from day-to-day, so be sure to check the schedule section of its website ("website", above). The pool is clean and a decent temperature for lap swimming; the shower/locker facilities are Spartan but clean; the lockers are coin-operated; and pull-buoys and kickboards are available poolside. The staff is really nice! Lanes are speed-segregated and swimmers respect that.

Morning lap sessions are crowded. Weekday early-morning sessions see two to four swimmers per lane, Saturday morning sessions have more. Most swimmers seem okay with standard lane-sharing etiquette (the weekday early-morning sessions had plenty of foot tapping). During a Saturday morning swim, however, a woman became quite irate when I tapped her foot, then proceeded to draft behind me for a length whapping my foot the entire time before moving to another lane. When I went to speak with her after my swim, the lifeguard told me, "Don't touch anyone, we service recreational swimmers who have no competition experience," despite the majority of swimmers I encountered engaging in the practice.
[June, 2017]