The pool is available to all Golf Members, Sport Members as well as their families and guests. On top of the mountain, overlooking the 18th fairway sits The Ledges resort style swimming pool, children’s pool, pool terrace and The Twenty-Two with its full-service restaurant. The swimming pool was designed with an English flavor, with large deck areas, arbors and well-defined formal gardens. The pool is a gathering point for club activities and the dining area features a stone fireplace and a delightful casual menu. Between the months of May and September, we offer one-on-one swim lessons from a certified swim instructor. Members may reserve the pool and dining area for private parties. 

Interested in swim lessons? Sign-up with Safe Splash.

Pool Hours:
Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-8 pm
Sunday 10 am- 6 pm

The pool closes for the season after the Labor Day Cookout on Monday, September 2.

Pool Rules
  1. Access is for members with golf privileges only.
  2. Guest Policy: Members can bring up to two guests per day and all guests must be accompanied by a member. Guest Fee: $10.
  3. Members must sign-in with member number before using pool. Sign-in is located inside.
  4. Swimming is prohibited if there is not a lifeguard on duty. 
  5. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  6. Non-swimmers may wear a flotation device that attached to the swimmer.  All other flotation devices are prohibited.
  7. All children who are unable to swim must have a parent or guardian in the water with them at all times.
  8. All swimmers must wear a bathing suit.
  9. No running, rough play, loud play or ball play.
  10. Absolutley no smoking or vaping.
  11. No outside food and drinks allowed.
  12. Glass or breakable objects are not allowed on the pool deck. 
  13. No one is allowed on the pool deck after the pool has closed.
  14. In the event of severe weather, members must exit the water and leave the pool deck.
In order for our lifeguards to remain vigilant and focused on ensuring the safety of pool goers, we remind all parents and caregivers that lifeguards are not babysitters.  Please keep a careful watch on your children at the pool this summer.