Who runs the club?
What is the difference between a general/individual membership and a lesson membership?
Lesson memberships are for those individuals who wish to enroll their children in swim lessons but do not have a general or individual membership.
General/Individual memberships do not need to purchase a swim lesson membership as they receive lesson discounts as part of their membership tier.
Please Note: We created the lesson membership in 2023 to be in compliance with IRS regulations for non-profits.
Why can individual memberships no longer purchase additional guest passes?
In the past there has been some confusion regarding whether people should select a general or individual membership with several members joining as an individual member and using guest passes to bring family members to the club to save money. To deter this from happening in the future the individual membership can no longer purchase guest passes beyond the 5 they receive as part of their membership tier.
If you have more than one person that resides in your household that you would like to have club access, please purchase a general membership. Thank you for your understanding.
I have a nanny/grandparent who takes care of my kids. Do they have to have a membership?
One caretaker may come with member children in lieu of a member parent/guardian as part of the General membership, as long as they have a valid waiver on file.
Caretakers may not come to the club without the member family. Caretakers must have a guest pass when they come to the club with the membership holders as a guest, not in a caretaker capacity.
Do you have to reserve the barbecue grills at the Club?
Members do not have to reserve the barbecue grills but you must bring your own charcoal. The Club does provide grilling utensils as well as a brush so that you can clean the grill after use.
What is the definition of non-swimming children?
Non-swimming children are defined as having minimum water competency skills including: able to enter the water, get a breath, stay afloat, change position, swim a distance and then get out of the water safely. For non-swimming children, a parent/caregiver must be in the pool with them at all times and within arms reach of the child. Rings, arm floaties, lifejackets, vests or any floatation device do not replace the parent’s responsibility for that child.
What is "adult swim"?
The club offers adult swim time 20 minutes at the top of the hour beginning 1 hour after opening. As this coincides with lifeguard breaks, it is important to keep the pool at a limited capacity during this time. Additional rules are as follows:
Can pool toys be used at the pool?
We get this question a lot and the answer depends to some degree on how busy the pool is and whether the items are being used safely. Some toys are fine on a quiet day but when it's crowded, our lifeguards may tell you not to use them. It might seem inconsistent, but our goal is to ensure the safety of all swimmers and the comfort of those around the pool deck. Generally, the rules are:
A full list of pool toys allowed can be found on our Rules page here.
What is the water temperature in the pool?
We aim to keep the water temperature at 83 degrees F. It may fluctuate a bit due to varying weather conditions.
Air Quality Closure Rules
The Cabana Club will be closed to our members if the Air Quality Index (AQI) reaches or exceeds 151. The AQI is a standardized index used to communicate air quality levels. An AQI value of 151 or higher indicates that the air quality is unhealthy and may cause health risks.
In the event that air quality meets or exceeds 151, the following procedures will be followed:
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