Swimming Pool & Cabana
- Located at 121 Settlers Lane.
- Open from May 1st to September 30th each year.
- Hours are 8:00 a.m. until dusk every day; no night time swimming is allowed!
- The use of the fenced pool/cabana area are restricted to Beachwalk residents and their guests.
- Access to the swimming pool/cabana area require the use of an electronic proximity access control card.
- The HOA does not employ a lifeguard.
- Beachwalk HOA is not responsible for accidents or injuries that occur in the fenced pool/cabana area.
- Management reserves the right to deny use of the pool/cabana area to anyone at any time.
- Emergency telephone is located inside the cabana.
- Please be courteous and:
- Arrange chairs and tables like you found them.
- Dispose your trash in the trash receptacles provided and ensure lids are properly secured.
Swimming Pool Rules
- Please shower before entering pool and spa area.
- Adults should not swim alone.
- Children should not use the swimming pool without adult supervision.
- Appropriate swim attire is required. Street clothing is not permitted in the pool.
- Infants & toddlers must wear swim diapers.
- Tobacco use of any kind is prohibited in the fenced pool/cabana area.
- No running or pushing.
- No boisterous or rough play.
- No inappropriate behavior, profane language or loud music permitted.
- No diving in areas of the pool less than 5 feet deep.
- No person under the influence of alcohol or drugs should use the pool.
- No person with skin, eye, ear, or nasal infections allowed in the pool.
- No person with communicable disease allowed in the pool.
- No pets in the fenced pool/cabana area.
- No glass in the fenced pool/cabana area.
- No skateboards, roller blades or bicycles in the fenced pool/cabana area.
Swimming Pool Reservations
The swimming pool/cabana fenced area is separate from the clubhouse and may not be reserved.
Swimming Pool Safety
Your greatest water safety assurance comes from adopting and practicing as many safety steps as possible. Adding an extra safety step around the water can make all the difference. Visit poolsafely.gov for more information and safety videos.