Eagle Springs

Athletic Club Pool

Athletic Club Pool
17821 Eagle Springs Parkway - Adjacent to the Fitness Center
  • To access either pool facility, EACH member of the household must have a Photo ID Amenity Access Card (Includes young children and babies).
  • Minors under 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Please email Ashley at AshleyJ@crest-management.com to make an appointment to have your Amenity Access Cards made.  Each resident needing an access card must be present to have their photo taken.
Pool Season Hours
*If Monday is a holiday, the pool will be closed Tuesday for cleaning.*
MAY - Weekends ONLY
Starting 1st Weekend in May *includes Memorial Day
9 am - 9 pm
JUNE - Weekdays - Daily *except* Mondays
Tuesday through Friday
May 31st - June 22nd
June 23rd - 30th
11 am - 9 pm
9 am - 9 pm
Weekends in June, July, August, and through September 30th
9 am - 9 pm
JULY/AUGUST - Weekdays - daily *except* Mondays
Starting July 1st through August 6th
9 am - 9 pm
Weekends ONLY start back on August 9th
through September 30th
Open Labor Day
5-9 pm
Saturdays and Sundays
9 am - 9 pm
The pool will open at 3 pm on the following dates, due to Flyers home meets:
May 4th
May 11th
May 25th
June 8th
Pool Rules
  • Obey lifeguards and other supervisory personnel. Talking with lifeguards on duty is discouraged.
  • Falsifying membership cards or sharing membership cards will result in revocation of swimming privileges for the remainder of the pool season. Valid Amenity Access ID card required for entry.
  • Parents and guardians are responsible for their children in the pool area.
  • Any minor 14 years of age or under must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.
  • All swimmers are required to shower before entering the pools.
  • Proper swimwear is required. No thong swimsuits, cutoffs, or inappropriate attire. Cloth or disposable diapers are prohibited. Swim diapers are required.
  • Swimmers are requested to use commercial suntan preparation only.
  • Swimmers in the water have the right-of-way.
  • Stay off ropes at all times.
  • Running or roughhousing (throwing each other, pushing, dunking, getting on each other shoulders, excessive splash fights, dogfights, etc.) are not allowed.
  • Flips from the side of the pool or off the diving board are not allowed.
  • Flotation items for swimming pools are allowed, but restricted to small size tubes and floats worn on the body. Noodles are permitted for flotation, but no rough housing with noodles will be permitted.
  • Soft foam balls and frisbees specifically designed for pool use and beach balls may be used at the lifeguard's discretion. Water guns and "non-pool specific" balls or frisbees are not allowed. Pets are not allowed in the pool area.
  • Loud, abusive, or foul language is prohibited. At the first indication of any abusive language towards a lifeguard, the patron will be asked to leave the facility.  Constables will be called to escort a patron out if needed.
  • Loud music in pool area is prohibited.
  • Glass containers or alcoholic beverages are not allowed inside the pool facility.
  • Chewing gum is not permitted inside the pool facility.
  • NO SMOKING is allowed inside pool facility at any time. This includes e-vaping. Tobacco use is also prohibited (chewing tobacco, etc.)
  • Swimming with an open sore or communicable disease is prohibited.
  • One long whistle blast means clear the pool! Clear the pool immediately when alarm is sounded. Follow instructions. Stay away from emergency locations.
Guest Policy
Residents are permitted 6 guests per household. Minors, with a valid Amenity Access card are only permitted to bring in adult guests aged 18 or over.
Adults, with a valid Amenity Access card are permitted to bring in adults or minors as guests.
The lifeguard at the check-in table will record the number of residents (with Amenity Access Cards) and the number of GUESTS entering the pool facility. Any resident without their Amenity Access Card will be counted as a GUEST.
Lifeguards have the ultimate authority!
Lifeguards are employed to ensure the safety of all swimmers. They have the authority to remove anyone from the pool facility disobeying the rules or endangering the safety of himself or another person.  Lifeguards have the authority to suspend that person for one day. Additional violations will be turned over to the pool committee and/or Board of Directors. Repeat violations may result in revocation of swimming privileges for the remainder of the pool season.
Contact information
Blue Water Recreational Services
General Information: Info@bwrecservices.com
For Complaints, Praise, or Feedback: Feedback@bwrecservices.com
For Parties: Events@bwrecservices.com 
Pool Committee: pool.committee@insideeaglesprings.com
10 Minute Safety Break
  • All swimmers must exit the pool during this break.
  • Patrons may not sit on pool steps, dangle feet in water, or throw items across the pool from the sides.
  • This period is for the safety of the swimmers and provides a rest period for the guards. Rotation of guards and a check of the facility are completed during this time.
Diving Board and Deep End Safety Rules
  • All swimmers must be able to swim the length of the pool unassisted to enter the deep end.
  • Diving board may only be used for swimmers that can swim to the side of the pool unassisted.
  • All swimmers using the diving board must jump straight off and swim to the side unassisted.
  • Only one swimmer on the diving board at a time.
  • Divers must wait for the previous diver to reach the side the pool before jumping.
  • No sitting, running, or hanging on the diving board.
  • No arm floaties, swim vests, floats, goggles, fans or any other type of floating devices are allowed off the board.
  • No swimming in the deep end unless the boards are closed.
  • Swimmers in the water have the right-of-way.
  • Those entering the water from the diving board or side pool must make certain no one is in front of them.
  • The last 10 minutes of each hour the diving board will be closed for deep swim only.
Play Structure Rules
The seal and dolphin at the Athletic Club pool are designed for small children.  Users must be shorter than the noted sign height, or actively assisting a child shorter than the indicated height.
Lifeguards may ensure safety of younger children by asking larger patrons to leave the raft and alligator at the Athletic Club pool.