Aquatic Park Conceptual Drawing & Floorplans
The Oregon Coast Aquatic Park Board is pleased to unveil the first architectural concept drawing of the proposed South Beach aquatic park. Architect Milica Dedijer and her associate Glen Small have captured the essence of the project with a dramatic and dynamic structure.
For those who have seen the concept drawing, the first response of most is "WOW!"
The structure is designed to meet the needs of locals and tourists alike with an 8-lane, 25 yard competition pool at one end, and an aquatic park at the other with wave, leisure and toddler pools, slides, a Flowrider and other aquatic interests. Not a swimmer? Then, visit the core retail shops, arcade, climbing wall or food court.
Want to learn more? Come to our Strategic Planning Meeting at the H&R Block office located1460 N. Coast Highway in Newport on Thursday June 14 from 9-4. Catch the Wave - Let's Go Swimming!
Katherine M. Pedersen, President
2012 Half Marathon
One hundred seventeen half-marathon runners gave their time, effort and energy in support of the proposed Oregon Coast Aquatic Park that supporters have been trying to get built at a spot near the Oregon Coast Aquarium in South Beach. Click on the photo above to view the gallery.
Aquatic Park Video Presentation
Here is our promotional YouTube video outlining our objectives and the reasons to achieve them. The Newport Swimming Pool was built in the 1960's and doesn't support more than one activity.
2013 Half Marathon
Eighty-four half-marathon runners from eight different states gave their very best in support of the proposed Oregon Coast Aquatic Park that supporters have been trying to get built at a spot near the Oregon Coast Aquarium at South Beach. Click on the photo above to view the gallery.