Stonehaven Open Air Swimming Pool, Queen Elizabeth Park, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, is an Olympic sized heated open air public pool opened in 1934. It is the northernmost lido in the UK. This 55 yard (50.3 meters) x 20 yard open air pool is the only art deco Olympic sized sea water lido. The water is heated (28C) and the pool is open from June to August. There is a Leisure Centre with indoor swimming pool next door. At the deep end, a small water slide, themed as a shark, exists. There was also previously a high diving board, but this was removed many years ago.
The pool was opened 4 June 1934. In 1994 Aberdeenshire Council had plans to close the pool but a local campaign (Friends of Stonehaven Outdoor Pool) successfully lobbied to save the pool and a partnership with the council now manages the facility. Current patronage of the pool is over 40,000 visitors per year.