One of Salemtowne’s wonderful assets is a beautiful, heated, outdoor swimming pool for the use of residents and their guests. This 62 x 22 foot pool is 4 feet deep at the shallow end and 9 feet at the deep end. The pool is generally open from late May to late September depending on the weather.
Being outdoors has its advantages. Surrounded by trees and fully fenced with a privacy fence, the swimmers enjoy seclusion or sunbathing and swimming in 84 degree water. Relaxing, reading and visiting with neighbors from a poolside lounge chair is a popular activity in Salemtowne.
Swim hours are split between adults only and family swim. Some enjoy relaxing. Some swim laps. Others enjoy the swimming pool as a time to be with grandchildren.
The swimming pool is closed for the winter. During the off season, work is planned to replace the heater, shower and fencing.
POOL HOURS — 9 am to Sunset
- 9 am to 11 am Adults Only
- 11 am to 1 pm Family Swim
- 1 pm to 4 pm Adults Only
- 4 pm to 6 pm Family Swim
- 6 pm to Sunset Adults Only
- Residents are required to sign in and out on the register.
- All guests must be accompanied by a resident.
- A maximum of 8 guests per household per visit are allowed.
- Only children over 3 years of age are allowed in the pool.
- Residents are responsible for the safety and conduct of their guests.
- Infractions of Salemtowne Rules may eliminate your resident permission to use the pool.
- No lifeguard on duty – use facilities at your own risk.
- Ask a friend to join you, DO NOT swim alone.
- No diving into less that 6 feet of water.
- No food or drink, except in unbreakable containers.
- Showering is required before entering the pool.
- No diapers are allowed in the pool.
- No person under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants may use the pool.
- No smoking or pets in the pool area.
- No cut-offs or street clothing, except t-shirts for sun protection, are able to be used in the pool.
- Do not use the pool if you have had diarrhea in the past two weeks, have incontinent issues or a disease communicable by water.
- A disabled resident may apply to the Swimming Pool Committee for exception to the rule for accompanying guests to the pool.
- Pool cannot be reserved for private parties