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Looking forward to hitting the Cavalry Club swimming pool for the first time this summer? Prepare to put a face mask in your tote bag, although you won't need to wear it in the water.

In direct response to the CDC’s COVID-19 pool and spa response protocol, this summer, there will be many changes occurring at the Cavalry Club Pool. Please let me highlight some of them for you

-Due to the health department’s guidelines we can not safely offer swim team, so there will be extended pool hours (we will be open every day 10am-8pm)

-A timed reservation system to help protect our members and guards a like. Additionally, family’s will be given wrist bands upon arrival to help assist guards in enforcing social distancing (Please check clubster tomorrow for specifics).

-A professionally staffed, one family in, one family out, restroom and changing area. The traditional bath house will remain closed, we will be using the dinner club restrooms. It will be cleaned after each use by an on staff janitor following CDC protocol.

-For your safety and convenience, you will be encouraged to bring your own chairs to sit/lay on. (Due to risk of exposure and contamination there are currently a limited amount of pre-sanitized chairs available upon arrival.)

-Lastly, and most importantly, you will not be allowed entrance into the pool area without a mask (including children 3 and older).

With those key changes occurring this summer it is imperative that we remember:

Staying 6 feet apart is still the key

The Cavalry Club pool itself isn't a safety risk for swimmers, since there is no evidence that the coronavirus can spread to people through water, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says, especially because most pools contain chlorine or bromine, which kill viruses and bacteria. However , we are a risk to one another. For that reason, the biggest safety concern is whether we can maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from one another, both in and out of the pool. This space minimizes the likelihood that respiratory droplets produced when an infected person talks, coughs or sneezes will spread to others.

Resign yourself to getting a face-mask tan

Face masks are another way to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, but wearing them in the water is not safe and thus not recommended. People should wear them, though, when they're out of the water at the Cavalry Club, “because it is still a group activity,” The CDC and health department advise that people should wear cloth face coverings in public settings when social distancing is hard to maintain.

Keep up with hand hygiene

Even if your hands are submerged in chlorinated water the majority of time you are at the pool, it's important to main tain proper hand hygiene. Wash your hands often if possible, and use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol when soap and water are not available.

Don't share, despite what you taught your kids

Bring your own goggles, pool toys and snorkel masks. Ditto for sunscreen, hats and chairs. It's best to keep your belongings close and not share them with friends and fellow swimmers during the pandemic.

In reality, there’s really no one single way to mitigate the risk of COVID-19. It takes a collaborative community effort — a multipronged approach, which includes social distancing, isolation, hygiene and wearing a mask. We at Cavalry Country Club must do our part to protect each other and the pool. If we do not continue to meet these guidelines the pool will be closed.

With love,

-The Pool


Tuesday through Friday 12:00 pm until 8:00 pm 
Saturday through Monday 10:00 am until 7:00 pm 
Please note the snack bar will open at Noon 



Monday through Friday 8:00 am - 9:00 am 5 lap lanes
Friday 11:00 am until 12:00 pm 5 lap lanes
Tuesday through Friday 12:00 pm until 8:00 pm 1 lap lanes
Saturday through Monday 10:00 am until 7:00 pm 1 lap lane 
We offer lessons for pre-school aged children, as well as group and private lessons for all ages throughout the entire summer.  Sign-ups for swimming lessons will be available at the pool.
The swim team is for swimmers of all abilities and encourages fun, good sportsmanship and team spirit.  The swim team season runs from the last week in June to the first weekend in August.  For more information, please contact our Pool Manager.
We a varity of party pool packages for birthday's, family gatherings, graduations, showers etc. 
Please contact the banquet manager at

Please note guests fees for swimming are $5.00 during weekdays and weekends $10.00 per person