Drop-in Fees & Passes
The Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District (THPRD) offers a variety of drop-in aquatic and recreational programs for youth, family, adults and seniors.
A THPRD ID card is required for all drop-in participation.
Due to heavy demands on gym/pool space, the drop-in schedules vary by week. For your convenience, facility activity schedules are available online to check before you plan your activities -- or call the center.
- At certain times the drop-in activity may be restricted to in-district residents only.
- Out-of-district residents that pay the assessment fee will be charged in-district rates. The assessment fee is a fee charged to residents who live outside of the Park District boundaries and do not pay property taxes to the district. For more information on the fee, click here.
- Out-of-district seniors pay the regular adult rate.
All THPRD Aquatic Centers offer drop-in participation for open swim, family swim, lap swim and senior swim. The Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center also offers open kayak. The Frequent User Pass may be used for these activities.
Due to heavy demands, drop-in participation may be restricted at certain times.
The Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District offers a wide variety of drop-in sports for youth, family, adults and seniors. Due to heavy demand on gym space, the drop-in schedules vary by week. The Frequent User Pass may be used for these activities.
At certain times, a drop-in activity may be restricted to in-district patrons only.
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District has fully equipped weight rooms at several facilities within the district. The weight rooms have circuit weight training machines and free weights, including benches, squat racks and cable frame. Cardio machines, including stationary bikes, treadmills, elliptical trainers and rowing machines are also available. The weight rooms are unsupervised (no use for youth under 15 years of age). Parental waivers are required for ages 15-17. The Frequent User Pass may be used for these activities.
Frequent User Pass
Currently Frequent User Passes can be purchased by phone or in person; they are not available for purchase on the web.
For drop-in programs and activities, the Frequent User Pass combines the drop-in admission privileges of the recreational and aquatic drop-in programs. The Frequent User Pass offers a convenience to our regular patrons through advanced purchase. Frequent users receive a substantial savings over the regular daily admission rates.
The Frequent User Pass can be used at all aquatic facilities for open swim, lap swim and family swim. Children younger than 10 must be accompanied or visually supervised by a parent, guardian or caregiver at all times for drop-in programs.
The Frequent User Pass can also be used at the Athletic Center, Cedar Hills and Garden Home Recreation Centers, and Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center for drop-in privileges in their weight rooms, open gyms and the Athletic Center's running track.
- Weight rooms are unsupervised (no use permitted to youths 14 years or younger) - parental waiver required for ages 15-17.