Planning Your Visit

We are employing a reservation system in order to maintain a headcount within recommended guidelines for outdoor spaces. At this time we will allow 150 members at the pool during a time slot and number of slots in a given day will vary. Our stated “emergency” capacity is higher, but at this time we do not feel it is prudent to allow it. Just like we did with our Tennis facility we will monitor usage and behavior and adjust our capacity number accordingly, as well as offerings. Swim Team guidance is available under the swim page.

Members will be able to reserve time slots to visit the pool and reservations may be made up to 48 hours in advance. For instructions on reserving your time slot, reservation etiquette and the link to sign-up, click here.

When you arrive at the pool, please give your name and show your Sign-Up Genius reservation confirmation to the check-in desk. Use the hand sanitizer available and grab 1 wipe for your chairs, table, and umbrella handle. Choose a spot to social distance your household and adjust chairs as necessary. Wipe down your chair / table / umbrella handle and allow to air dry. Members are welcome to bring chair covers or their own camp style chairs from home if they would like. If you bring a cover, we ask that you still wipe down your chair.

At the Pool…

Although we’re hoping members will enjoy the pool with minimal impact, the pool deck is going to operate differently at this time.

Our lifeguard’s primary responsibility is to monitor the pool for life safety and not to enforce the below guidance. If you have concerns you can report them to the Pool Manager / Assistant Guard / Head Guard or the guard at the check-in desk (DO NOT bring them to a pool side guard) and they will address it.

By deciding to visit the pool you are agreeing to follow the below guidance and the Club reserves the right to ask any member to leave, for any reason.

  • Members may only enter during their reservation time slot and are expected to leave promptly at the conclusion of such (unless you have reserved the next time slot under our etiquette guidelines.
  • No guests allowed. This allows the maximum number of members to enjoy the pool, but will be reviewed as time goes on.
  • NO ONE is allowed on the pool deck without a reservation.
  • Maintain social distance at all times.
  • The cabana is closed except for bathroom entry.
  • Please bring your own water. There will be no water jugs provided, but the grill will have plenty of food and drink to offer.
  • Friday float nights and other social events are postponed for now, as are parties.
  • Basketball hoop, diving board, and cornhole will be available for use at your own risk. BYO-Bags for cornhole and wipe boards down before and after your game.
  • Bathrooms will be monitored and sprayed down hourly by staff. They will be cleaned before opening on a regular basis.
  • Minimize use of the bathrooms / showers and avoid changing inside them. Swimmers should arrive and leave in their swimsuits.
  • Avoid touching gates, fences, chairs, benches, etc. if you can. Swimmers should place their belongings 6 feet or more from other non-family member swimmers.
  • Lap swimming is one person per lane, with the exception being formal Swim Team practice.
  • Disinfecting wipes for surfaces will be available at the check-in desk. Hand sanitizer will be available at the check-in desk and grill. Additionally, members may bring their hand sanitizer from home – whatever makes you feel comfortable. Please use the club provided wipes.
  • If you are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms or any other cold symptoms do not to enter for 14 days.

Pool Deck Rules

The board and staff realize that children will not social distance the entire time they are at the pool. Parents are responsible for monitoring their children both in and out of the water. Lifeguards will not be responsible for reminding children to distance themselves from others. Please refer to our pool rules.

Still Have Questions?

Click here for FAQs or contact us.

NOTE: CDC states that “There is no evidence that the virus that causes COVID-19 can be spread to people through the water in pools, hot tubs, spas, or water play areas. Proper operation and maintenance (including disinfection with chlorine and bromine) of these facilities should inactivate the virus in the water.”