Aquatics Programs & Water Sports In Portland, OR
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Pedalheads Bike, Swim and Sport Programs provides innovative and effective programs that are safe, fun and challenging. We invite children to discover a world of opportunities.
Whether your crew likes gigglin’ and wigglin’, movin’ and groovin’, or dunkin’ and funkin’, you’ll find something for everyone at the Beaverton Hoop YMCA.
WSC is located just south of downtown Portland. We offer week-long half day and full day sailing camps. Younger kids sail in Optimist Prams and teens sail in 14ft Club 420s.
Big Lake Youth Camp is owned and operated by the Oregon Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. We welcome applications from all boys and girls ages 7-17 without regard to race, religion or political view.
Firstenburg Community Center. 700 NE 136th Ave. Vancouver 98684 (360) 487-7001. Inclement weather line: 360-487-7040 email@example.com.
VillaSport Beaverton is Washington County’s premier destination for fitness, family and community, where quality and luxury combine to create a one-of-a-kind experience for every member of your family.
Creating a SAFE, FUN & JOYful educational experience in the water from birth and beyond since 1994. We offer a gentle and holistic approach to early aquatic Infant swimming orientation through baby swimming lessons up to 36 months.
The North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District is dedicated to providing parks, sports fields, community centers, trails and recreation programs to boost the quality of life for District community members.
Conestoga Rec/Aquatic Center provides a customer an environment that enhances healthy lifestyles. We have a dance & fitness room, weight room, multi-purpose classrooms, 2 gymnasiums, an outdoor playground, swimming pool and outdoor splash pad.
SHARC offers aquatics including three pools, a spa pool, dry suana, and water exercise classes as well as a full complement of group fitness classes and recreation amenities on land.
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