Rules and FAQs
On this page:
• Pool rules
• Slide rules
• Diving board rules
• How do I reserve a cabana?
• What is a “reserved” lounge chair?
• What social events are held at the pool?
The following rules have been established by the members for the protection of the club, its members and guests. To ensure safe and sanitary operation of the pool facilities, parents are requested to read these rules to their children. In addition, all individuals should obey any instructions given by the pool staff (manager, lifeguards, and front desk employees). Failure to comply with these rules shall be considered sufficient cause for immediate suspension of pool privileges, and / or cancellation of membership.
- All members and guests shall use the pool and its facilities at their own risk.
- The club will not be responsible for loss, theft, or damage to personal property.
- At least one member of each family must show his or her membership pass when entering the facility. Front desk personnel will check off the names of the family members entering the pool.
- Running, rough play, and profane language are prohibited.
- Members are responsible for the behavior of their guests.
- No adult guest can come into the pool more than 10 times in a season; guests under age 16 years may come into the pool on an unlimited basis.
- At the discretion of the manager, admission to pool may be refused to anyone with the stomach flu, a cold, inflamed eyes, a skin infection, or wearing a bandage.
- No spitting, nose blowing, or urinating in the pool is allowed.
- Inappropriate dress is prohibited.
- No cameras or cell phone cameras may be used in the locker rooms.
- Chairs and lounges are to be placed behind the drain line.
- Reserved lounges are for the use of members who pay for them.
- No littering.
- No pets.
- Ball playing and throwing objects may be permitted only in the upper field, volleyball court, and basketball court.
- Any damage to the club or its property caused by a member or their guest will constitute a debt of the member.
- All accidents should be reported to management immediately.
- Any person unable to swim is not permitted in water that is over his or her head.
- Children must be able to swim in order to be in the main pool without adult supervision.
- Floats, tubes or other inflated devices with the exception of water arm wings are not permitted in the main pool, except on Sundays between 1-4 pm.
- No alcoholic beverages.
- No food on the pool deck.
- No glass containers or breakable objects of any kind.
- Smoking is permitted only on grassy areas; smokers must properly dispose of their materials.
- Loitering in the lobby or lifeguard offices is prohibited.
- No yelling, running, or playing in the locker rooms.
- Only children 6 and younger and the adults supervising them may be in the wading pool. Adults must strictly supervise their children in the wading pool.
- Children in diapers will not be permitted to enter the wading pool unless they are wearing tight fitting rubber pants or pool diapers and a form fitting bathing suit.
- Children wearing diapers of any kind are prohibited from entering the main pool.
- No one under the age of 2 years is allowed in the main pool.
- Any member using the snack bar area is responsible for cleaning up after him- or herself.
- ALL RIDERS MUST BE AT LEAST 48″ TALL.
- No combs or foreign objects allowed in pockets and no jewelry or goggles can be worn while riding the slide.
- No cut off jeans, street clothes, or shoes; only swimsuits allowed.
- Riders must enter the slide in a sitting position and wait for instructions from the guard stationed at the top of the slide.
- All riders must ride feet first while lying on their backs with arms crossed across their chests or hands clasped behind their heads and legs crossed at the ankles.
- Only one rider at a time.
- Absolutely no trains or chains of riders.
- No tubes, mats or life jackets on the slide.
- The line should form on the stairs in an orderly fashion. Management reserves the right to have the line start on the bottom of stairs if they feel the line is unruly.
- Riders must be in good health. Pregnant women or individuals with heart or back conditions should not use this ride.
- No running, standing, kneeling, rotating, tumbling, or stopping in the flume.
- No diving from the slide.
- Leave the plunge pool as soon as you can.
- Non-swimmers are not allowed on the slide.
- Divers must pass a swimming test to use the diving board.
- One bounce only.
- No inward dives are allowed.
- One person on the board at a time.
- Dive straight, not to the side.
- Swimmers must be at the pool exit ladder before the next diver may go.
- Use of the diving boards takes precedence over use of the well for swimming.
- If the well is “open” for swimming and you want to dive, let the lifeguard know you want to dive.
Any of the three cabanas — two beside the main pool and one beside the wading pool — may be reserved free of charge by speaking with the Front Desk Staff. Cabanas are available on a first come, first served basis.
Should you reserve a cabana then have a change of plans, please let the Front Desk Staff so that they may make the space available to other members.
Should you find your reserved cabana occupied, just let the occupants know of your reservation. They will relocate.
Members may reserve a lounge chair for the season for a fee of $35. Please see the Front Desk Staff to reserve a lounge for your personal use.
For 2011, reserved lounges have a green tag with the member’s name attached to the end. Please leave these lounges for the use of the reserving member and leave them in the general area where they are located. Your cooperation is appreciated by both pool staff and by members who have reserved lounges.
Ice Cream Socials: Several Sundays throughout the summer, the Pool holds ice cream socials. Sundaes are $1 each while supplies last!
Pot Luck Dinners: Held several evenings throughout the summer, Pot Lucks are a nice way to get together with old and new pool friends and enjoy a communal dinner on the Snack Bar Deck. Generally, the Pool provides burgers, hot dogs, and the fixins, as well as soft drinks. The menu can vary.
Members bring a side dish or dessert for 8 to share. Since the main and wading pools close at 6 p.m. when there is a Pot Luck, members may feel free to bring their own adult beverages for the evening.
Pot Luck Dinners cost $5 per person, with a maximum of $25 per family. Check out the calendar to see when this season’s Pot Lucks are scheduled!
Movie Nights: Movies are shown against the Club House wall after the pool closes for the evening. Check in at the Front Desk to learn which movie will be shown. There is no cost for Movie Night and the Snack Bar may remain open for snacks and ice cream (although generally, the grill itself is closed.)
Night Swims: Swim and play under the stars as the pool stays open until 10 p.m.