Tuesday - Saturday
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Snack Bar Hours
Saturdays and Sundays
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday, June 9th; 7:00 PM
Water Aerobics returns to the Willow Fork pool. Classes will be held every Tuesday & Thursday from 7:00 - 8:00 PM and Saturday's at 10:00 AM beginning Tuesday, June 9th through Thursday, August 20th. Due to membership demand, classes will be limited to members only. For Cost and More Details, please contact Karen Clemens at firstname.lastname@example.org
For Pool Party Bookings, please contact
For More Information: Link to the Home of the Willow Fork Gators
If Club Management deems it in the best interest of the Club, it may reserve the use of the swimming facilities for swim meets, exhibitions, special functions, or any other appropriate purpose. No person may enter the swimming pool area except when the pool is open for use according to the posted schedule or when a lifeguard is on duty. Persons who use the pool in the absence of a lifeguard do so at their own risk. Swimmers must leave the water upon request of a lifeguard.
All Members and guests must register before entering the swimming pool area. Guest fees will not be charged for guests using the swimming pool area. Failure to register may result in loss of pool privileges.
(a) All children under the age of twelve (12) years must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times when in the pool area. Children under twelve (12) must remain in shallow water unless given permission by the lifeguard to enter deeper water.
(b) No child under the age of eighteen (18) years may use the pool unless a lifeguard is on duty nor swim during the adult lap swim period.
(c) The wading pool is for the use of children under eight (8) years of age. Children in the wading pool must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
ILLNESS, MEDICAL CONDITIONS
(a) Persons are not permitted in the pool if they have a cold, cough, fever, infection of any kind, inflamed eye(s), skin rashes, or are wearing bandages.
(b) Persons with physical or neurological disabilities, or a responsible adult accompanying that person, must advise the lifeguard of such conditions.
(a) Running, wrestling, pushing, dunking, "rough-housing" and towel-snapping are not permitted anywhere in the pool area, including the locker rooms. No more than one (1) person is permitted on the diving board at any one time and persons must dive only off the front of the board. Diving is not permitted until after the previous diver has surfaced and moved to the side of the pool. Hanging on the diving board is not permitted.
(b) Snorkels, fins, masks, kickboards, weights, children's pool toys and inflatable devices are not permitted in the pool unless permission is obtained from the pool manager.
(c) Food and beverages may be consumed only in designated areas and may not be taken into the pool or on the pool deck. Glassware is not permitted anywhere in the pool area. Gum chewing is not permitted anywhere in the pool area. All trash is to be placed in the containers provided.
(d) Swimmers must shower to remove suntan oils or lotions before entering the pool. Locker room towels may not be taken into the pool area and lifeguards are instructed to confiscate all such property.
All persons using the swimming pool must abide by the pool safety rules as posted in the pool area.
SUPERVISION OF PLAY
The pool manager, acting under the supervision of the Manager, has the responsibility for supervision and control of all matters relating to the swimming facilities. The pool manager may refuse privileges to anyone who, in his or her judgment, violates the swimming pool rules. Responsibility for such supervision may be delegated to lifeguards. All swimmers must register with the lifeguard before entering the pool.