Lifeguards are on duty at pool and lake from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm weekends starting Memorial Day weekend through June.

Lifeguards are on duty at pool and lake from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm 7 Days a week during the months of July and August.

Lifeguards are on duty at pool and lake from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm weekendsfor the month of September until closing.

Please refer to sign posted on pool gate for rules governing pool access when no lifeguard on duty.


 No child under 12 may swim at the pool without an adult present. We encourage you to supervise your children, even when the lifeguard is on duty.


Dogs are not permitted  within the fenced area at the pool.




 No child under age 14 may swim at the lake without an adult present. 

Even if your child is 14 or over, please make an effort to coordinate with the other parents so there is a significant parental presence at the lake to help support the lifeguards.

If a lifeguard asks your child to comply with a rule and they do not comply, your child may be asked to come out of the water for a period of time. If the problem persists, they will be asked not to swim for the rest of that day. Please respect and support the need for the lifeguards to keep the level of playful intensity at safe levels.

Life vests:

All children under 14 who are using a canoe or other boat must wear a life vest at all times. There must be a life vest for each and every person in any watercraft, although they do not need to be worn at all times by people older than 14. If anyone is playing on or around, rather than conventionally using a canoe, raft or surfboard, they must wear a life vest regardless of age or swimming ability. The lifeguards will require it, and we appreciate your helping reinforce this important rule.

Use of Boats and Boards:

The silver rowboat and one of the boards (the rescue board) are reserved for the exclusive use of the lifeguard.
Boats are NOT to be taken through the swimming area. Please take them out and back in on the boathouse side of the beach.


Dogs are allowed at the  lake, but they must be leashed at all times.