Aeropalms Water Park is located across from the Aeropines Golf Course on G Avenue.
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday through Monday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
If the pool is closed due to inclement weather or pool contamination,a rain check will be issued. Rain checks are valid for two weeks fromthe date it was issued.
Cabanas can be rented for parties, three hours at a time, for $50. Reservation times are from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m.
Outside food and beverages are NOT allowed inside the facility with exception of birthday cake and ice cream for reserved cabanas. Food and beverages can be purchased at the snack bar.
NO glass allowed in the facility. NO toys allowed in any of the pools. All flotation devices must be US Coast Guard approved. Water wings and rafts are not US Coast Guard approved. Life jackets will be available for check-out.
Active duty personnel, retirees and eligible family members : $5
DoD civilians & non-military guests : $7
Children ages six years and younger : FREE
Non-swimming patrons are required to pay admission fees.
Water Park Season Passes:
Family of one : $50
Family of two : $90
Family of three : $125
Family of four : $155
Family of five : $180
Family of six or more : $205
Locker Room, Shower, Lifeguard on Duty , Open Swim
Folks stay cool at Aeropalms Water Park. The park on NAS Oceana is open every day except Tuesday until Labor Day and then on weekends.
- Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Water Parks:
Slip Slidin’ Away into Summer FunThe Navy’s best kept secret in aquatics is a trio of water parks in Virginia, located in the Navy Region Mid-Atlantic, that have sailors and their family members slip slidin’ away into summer fun. TheLagoon Water Park at NS Norfolk, the Gator Water Park at NAB Little Creek, and theAeropalms WaterPark at NAS Oceana, each offer classic water park attractions that have been keeping Navy families coming back for years.
According to John Lucas, regional operations manager, Fitness, Sports and Aquatics, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic, the three water parks were born from the need to “breathe new life” into existing pools and transform them into something that could provide the thrill of a water park without having to go outside the gate. All three water parks feature water park equipment from Miracle Recreation Equipment Company as well as water park items, such as a pirate ship, from NBGS.
“These water parks really are the Navy’s best kept secret,” says Lucas. “Families just love it, and we get 400-500 people a day coming to each of these parks, including waiting lists to get in.”