*Special Pool Schedules
Monday -Thursday: Swim team practice from 5:30 pm- 6:30 pm and one lane will be kept open for pool members.
Occasionally the pool will close for swim meets and special events. Check the calendar on our website for dates.
The pool will be cleared for 10 minutes each hour for a pool break.
The pool may be closed at the discretion of the CWRA Board due to inclement weather, but will be re-opened as soon as reasonably possible.
All guests need to be accompanied by a member. We do not allow a guest to enter the pool without a member present. Please let the lifeguards know of any guests you are bringing and each of their names. Guests are allowed to visit the pool 5 times during the season.
Members can invite a maximum of 5 guests per visit (unless all guests are part of the same immediate family).
Non-Clemmons West residents will be charged a $5 per day guest fee. Children 2 and under are free.
Out-of-Town guests (more than 1 hour drive) are admitted free of charge with a member. Please bring ID.
NO Clemmons West resident will be allowed to visit the pool as a guest. You must join and pay the pool membership fee if you wish to visit the pool. Exception: HOA Day and shelter rental parties
Be prepared to pay for guests as you enter. Please ensure all members of your family are aware of our guest policy.
Guests ages 12 -16 are permitted in the pool without an adult present, if they have a signed teen permission form on file and are accompanied by a member.
Sign-In When You Arrive
ALL members are required to stop at the Snack Shack upon arrival to the pool to sign in with a lifeguard. Any guest(s) will be provided a wrist band upon checking in.
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The lifeguards are NOT responsible for watching children in the baby pool area. All children should be supervised by an adult while in this area.
ALL INFANTS AND TODDLERS who are not yet potty trained are asked to wear RUBBER PANTS while swimming to protect our baby pool from contamination. If your child is not yet potty trained please do not take them in the big pool - only allowed in the baby pool only.
Remember that NO ONE should swim alone. All children should be aware of the pool rules and what could happen if they are not followed. The lifeguards may ask children to take a swim test to ensure their safety in the pool.
Pool Safety Rules - NO
The CWRA Pool Deck is a smoke free environment. Members may smoke at the shelter and are asked to put cigarettes out in the designated containers. This includes vaping.
Floaty Wings for floatation
Running on the pool deck
Diving in the shallow end
Horseplay, pushing, or shoving
Hanging on the ropes
Hanging from the diving boards
Doing flips off the side of the pool
Playing/Distracting the lifeguards who are supervising the pool
Damaging/Abusing pool property to include CWRA grounds (e.g., the playground, the shelter)
Profanity or talking back - Disrespecting the lifeguards
Skateboarding or scooters on the pool deck
Drunken or disorderly conduct
Limit ball throwing in and around the pool during crowded times (use soft water balls only - no tennis balls)
Be wary of tricks on the diving board
Only get one kickboard out at a time and put it back when you are done
Clean up after yourself. We must all help to keep our pool/shelter area clean
All infants and toddlers who are not potty trained are required to wear rubber swim diapers while swimming in the big pool. Cleanup of contamination is lengthy and costly.
Remember that the lifeguards have the authority to ask swimmers to sit out or to leave the pool area if rules continue to be broken. To ensure that the lifeguards are not distracted from watching the pool we follow a three strikes rule. After three offenses (time outs) in a day, the member will be asked to leave the pool for the day. A phone call will be made to the parents to make sure they know of the problem. After three days where misbehavior has occurred, the member will be asked to be supervised by an adult for the remainder of the season. They will not be allowed to come to the pool without supervision. The CWRA Board reserves the right to immediately ban anyone from the pool or revoke a membership from any violation of these rules.
No unsupervised swimmers.
Children must be 12 years old or older to be at the pool without adult supervision. Remember that NO ONE should swim alone. All children should be aware of the rules and what can happen if they are not followed. The lifeguards may ask children to take a swim test to ensure their safely in the pool.
Young swimmers (ages 12 - 16) are required to have a permission slip on file with the CWRA lifeguards if they wish to swim unsupervised. Get your youth permission slip at the check-in table or print here:
In order to ensure the safety of all members, these rules may be revised or additional rules established at any time by the CWRA Lifeguards, Pool Manager, and CWRA Board Members.
Our lifeguards have the authority to ask swimmers to sit out or to leave the pool area if rules continue to be broken. We follow a 3 strikes rule.