Farm Pool Recreational Swim Rules
Summer at The Farm begins when the pools open in mid-May and ends when they close in late September. Our pools are very popular, but every day brings pockets of peace when hardly anyone is in the water… perfect for exercise or a nap.
Our swimming facilities consist of three pools, a changing facility, Farm Grill and a table tennis area. The upper pool is ten lanes wide, with four lap lanes always available for lap swimming. There is also a diving area with one-meter and three-meter boards and a shallow end for those children who have not qualified for deep water. The “baby pool” is where the youngest Farmers frolic under the supervision of their parents. The lower pool is six lanes wide and is primarily used for swim team practice, swim lessons, and camps. Our trained pool staff, as well as reasonable and necessary rules, ensures water safety at The Farm. Our lifeguards are CPR trained and teach swim lessons, from beginner through lifeguard training. Every summer, thanks to our extensive swim program, many children learn to swim at basic or competitive levels.
Pool Special Events
Throughout the summer, The Farm hosts special events for members and their guests. Adults may enjoy such activities as our Low Country Boil & Fiesta parties. Children’s events include Pre-Teen Pool Parties and camp pool days. We also host a July 4th water carnival and BINGO night for families to enjoy together.
The Farm has a great swim team for novice and competitive swimmers alike. The team’s goals are learning and safety as our top priority, having fun and team unity as a close second, and winning as a third priority. We have partnered with the YMCA, enabling us to have a larger team and the ability to split our practice schedule between two facilities. We encourage you to sign your child up for our swim team at the beginning of May.
Whether you are interested in private lessons or a group setting, The Farm has what you need. Swim lesson applications can be found at the pool front desk. Please contact Jeff Lucas at [email protected] with any swim lesson questions.