Pool

Pool Membership 

Steel Club offers its members the use of the Main Pool, a nearly Olympic size, spring fed, in ground pool. There is also a Splash Pad to bring enjoyment to the younger members and guests. The pool is staffed by in house lifeguards during normal operating hours for the safety of the members and their guests. The guards also run swim lesson programs during the pool season for different ages and ability levels.

The Club offers many options for refreshments during normal pool hours. From the Swim Canteen, located next to the pool, your children may enjoy a wide selection of snacks, ice cream, and soft drinks. From the Pool Canteen, everyone can select from a wide array of more substantial food such as burgers, salads and sandwiches. In addition, adults can enjoy drinks such as Pina Coladas, Daiquiris, beer, wine, and limited mixed drinks. The Veranda is also available for dining and can be reserved for parties offering a spectacular view of the golf course and pool.

The pool at Steel Club is open from the Saturday before Memorial Day through Labor Day, including Mondays, when the rest of the Club is closed.

For complete pool membership details and all of our membership levels, click here.
Or call Rhonda, in Membership Services, at 610-838-7018 ext. 12

Pool Hours:
MAY:
Memorial Day Weekend:
Saturday, Sunday & Monday - May 25th, 26th & 27th - 12pm to 7pm
JUNE:
Saturday and Sunday - June 1st & 2nd - 12pm to 7pm
Saturday and Sunday - June 8th & 9th - 12pm to 7pm
Friday, June 14th till months end - 12pm to 7pm
JULY:
July 1st till the 31st
Monday thru Sunday - 12pm-8pm

AUGUST:
August 1st till the 31st
Monday thru Sunday - 12pm-7pm
(Please note, pool closed August 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th - School is in session)

SEPTEMBER:
Labor Day Weekend, September 1st & 2nd - 12pm-7pm

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Steel Club Pool Rules

  1. No horseplay or endangering self or other
  2. No running on the concrete
  3. Toys and flotation devices are permitted in the shallow end and the deep end play area
  4. Games involving throwing any balls or toys are not permitted where small children are present and must not disturb others
  5. No swimming across the lap lanes
  6. When lap swimmers are present, playing in the lap lanes is prohibited
  7. No jumping or diving into the pool from marked areas (the black line around the pool)
  8. Only jumping and diving is allowed from the side of the pool. No jumping backwards or doing flips from the side
  9. Use caution when jumping from the side to avoid hitting the ledge
  10. No sitting or hanging on the lane lines
  11. All children under 12 must pass the swim test to swim past the first rope
  12. All children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  13. Smoking is prohibited in the pool area
  14. Glassware is prohibited in the pool area

 

Diving Board Rules

  1. One person is permitted on the diving board at a time
  2. One bounce is permitted per jump
  3. All jumps must be straight off of the diving board
  4. Wait until the person in front of you gets to the ladder before jumping
  5. No hanging on the diving board from the water
  6. No sitting on the diving board
  7. No toys are permitted in the diving board area
  8. No throwing or catching balls is permitted while on or jumping from the diving board

 

All patrons must be signed in at the front desk before entering the pool area.

 

Children under 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.  Steel Club is not a day care and cannot be responsible for the supervision of children.  Life guards are provided to ensure the safety of persons in the pool.  In the event that there is a medical emergency, a parent or guardian must be present to tend to their child. Parents should remain in the pool area and supervise all children 12 years old and under. Parents should remain in the water within reach of all children 6 years and under; lifeguards are not babysitters.

Children 12 and over may be left unsupervised, but they must be able to contact their parent or guardian at any time.  Poor behavior at the pool will not be tolerated and will result in the loss of unsupervised pool privileges.