Clubhouse Pool & Spa

Please contact the Association Secretary if you wish to book the Clubhouse for a meeting or activity.

The Clubhouse is approximately 24′ x 18′ and normally arranged with 4 tables and 16 sixteen chairs as in the above photos. Additional fold-up chairs and round table-tops can be used to provide increased seating at each table for community events and parties. Kitchen appliances include a refrigerator, range and microwave. A fee of $25 is charged if exclusive use of the Clubhouse is required for a family party.

In 2007 improvements were made to the interior of the Clubhouse. The kitchen appliances were replaced and the cabinets refaced; the carpet covering the floor was replaced with tiles; new window treatments were fitted; the room was painted; the cane chairs were reupholstered and the cane table tops replaced. The interior was repainted in May 2014.

New pool furniture was purchased in June 2008 and the spa and pool resurfaced in 2011 and 2012, respectively.

Use of the Clubhouse

To promote friendly and neighborly relations among the residents of this community, the Board of Directors encourage the use of the Clubhouse.

If you wish to reserve the Clubhouse for your exclusive use to host a family event or party, please contact the Association Secretary, Paquita Fano, by email, at least 14 days before your planned event. A reservation fee will not be required but you will be asked to accept the Exclusive Use Terms and Conditions when the reservation is confirmed.

Safety Rules for Hot Tubs

Provided by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, December 1979.

  1. Hot tub water temperatures should never exceed 104 degrees Fahrenheit. A temperature of 100 degrees is considered safe for a healthy adult. Special caution is suggested for young children.
  2. Excessive drinking during hot tub use can cause drowsiness which could lead to unconsciousness and subsequently result in drowning.
  3. Pregnant women beware! Soaking in water above 102 degrees Fahrenheit can cause fetal damage during the first three months of pregnancy (resulting in the birth of a brain damaged or deformed child). Pregnant women should stick to the 100-degree maximum rule.
  4. Before entering the hot tub, users should check the water temperature with an accurate thermometer; hot tub thermostats may err in in regulating water temperatures by as much as four degrees.
  5. Persons with medical history of heart disease, circulatory problems, diabetes or blood pressure problems should obtain their physician’s advice before using hot tubs.
  6. Persons taking medications which induce drowsiness, such as tranquilizers, anti-histamines or anti-coagulants, should not use hot tubs.