Greater Toledo Pool Recreation District COVID-19 Response


The health and safety of our community is the District’s top priority. In line with the recommendation from Governor Brown

regarding the safety of public gatherings, the District is taking the following actions:

  • The Greater Toledo Pool will suspend all programs/activities until further notice.

  • All facility rentals are canceled.

  • All current memberships will be extended the length of the closure.

We encourage everyone to continue checking our website and Facebook page for updates. We apologize for any inconvenience

this may cause.

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Greater Toledo Pool Recreation District

Contact Us

Call: (541)336-3181
Visit: 174 NW 7th Street Toledo, OR 97391

Admission Cost

Single admission:  $3.00/day

Family Admission:  $10.00/day

13-Visits Punch Card $33.00


Swim Lessons

SCUBA Classes

Lap Swim

Rent The Pool


“I moved back to Toledo to raise our three young daughters.  They are learning to swim at the pool, as I did.  I appreciate the pool even more as a parent.” – Rachael Kriz Wallace

Rachael Kriz Wallace

“The livability of the rural Greater Toledo area is greatly enhanced by the availability of our pool, but most importantly – the swim lessons save lives.” – Ron & Marilyn Manning

Ron and Marilyn Manning

“I’m 94 years old. We gotta keep this pool open!” – June Mann

June Mann

“In addition to being a place for kids to learn to swim and adults to keep healthy, the pool benefits our local businesses.  It helps to keep our community healthy and thriving.” – Candace Rogers

Candace Rogers

“When I look at the Toledo Pool, I’m looking at it from a community standpoint.  Community to me is encompassing everything:  family, friends, community activities, kids’ activities, senior activities.  The Greater Toledo Pool is a place I can send my children, a safe location in my community where my kids can participate in activities – whether it’s swimming lessons, swimming recreation, birthday parties, friends’ parties.  It’s here. It’s in Toledo.  It’s part of Toledo.” – Zach Dahl

Zach Dahl