Membership types and definitions

Types of Memberships and their definitions

Single, Family, Senior and Junior

Single Membership: A single membership is defined an individual 18 years of age or older.

Family Membership. A family membership is defined as an individual 18 years of age or older and one more person who resides as a permanent member of the membership holder's household, who is his/her spouse or domestic partner plus children or wards between the ages of 1-21.

Senior Membership: A single mebership for an individual over the age of 55.

Junior Membership: A single membership for an individual under the age of 22 whose family does not hold a membership.

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Pool, Tennis or Both?

Pool Membership:  A pool membership allows a membership holder and those on his/her membership to enjoy the pool complex and the Pavilion area.

Tennis Membership: A tennis membership allows membership holders and those on his/her membership and guests (with fee) to enjoy unlimited use of the club's six tennis courts, entrance to the clubhouse, and use of the Pavilion area throughout the year.

Pool and Tennis Membership: A pool and tennis membership allows membership holders and those on his/her membership and guests (with paid fee) use of the tennis courts, entrance to the clubhouse, and use of the Pavilion area throughout the year.

Summer Tennis Add On: Tennis can be added to pool only memberships for $150 per summer season (June, July, August).