Las Lomas Verdes Swim Club

★★★★☆

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I've been to Las Lomas Verdes as a guest several times, and my family's anxiously waiting for our name to come up to purchase a membership. The swim club is private. There are a limited number of memberships allowed, so you have to wait for someone to offer theirs for sale. Member families can bring guests, which is nice.

The club is on Valencia Drive and backs up to Fullerton Creek, and across the creek to Acacia Park. It has two pools: a larger one for adults and older children, and a small wading pool for little ones. The larger pool has an area that can be roped off for adults to swim laps. There is an attentive lifeguard on duty, although they take 15 minute breaks occasionally and kids all need to get out of the pools during that time. I was a little disappointed that my three-year-old wasn't allowed to wear a "floaty" type suit, even under my supervision: no flotation devices allowed, even a secure flotation suit. (Maybe some people rely on them too much and don't watch their kids? I can imagine good reasons not to allow them, I guess, but I was still a little put out!)

The best advantage to this swim club over public pools is that it is NEVER crowded! There is, naturally, some kid noise, but nothing like what you'll experience during the "public access" hour at the local park pool.

Some of the swim club facilities include men's and women's changing rooms (a little dated, but entirely functional; no lockers, but cubbies to store clothes, private changing booths with doors), a game/meeting room with a fireplace, vending machines, a small outdoor play yard, a covered outdoor eating area, and a full indoor kitchen. There are barbecues outside, and some families will bring dinner and cook there to round out a day of swimming. This is a unique place, something that reminds me of the way Orange County must have been 30 years ago. I'm thankful for the Fullerton residents who had the foresight to build this swim club for future generations!

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★★★★☆

I've been to Las Lomas Verdes as a guest several times, and my family's anxiously waiting for our name to come up to purchase a membership. The swim club is private. There are a limited number of memberships allowed, so you have to wait for someone to offer theirs for sale. Member families can bring guests, which is nice.

The club is on Valencia Drive and backs up to Fullerton Creek, and across the creek to Acacia Park. It has two pools: a larger one for adults and older children, and a small wading pool for little ones. The larger pool has an area that can be roped off for adults to swim laps. There is an attentive lifeguard on duty, although they take 15 minute breaks occasionally and kids all need to get out of the pools during that time. I was a little disappointed that my three-year-old wasn't allowed to wear a "floaty" type suit, even under my supervision: no flotation devices allowed, even a secure flotation suit. (Maybe some people rely on them too much and don't watch their kids? I can imagine good reasons not to allow them, I guess, but I was still a little put out!)

The best advantage to this swim club over public pools is that it is NEVER crowded! There is, naturally, some kid noise, but nothing like what you'll experience during the "public access" hour at the local park pool.

Some of the swim club facilities include men's and women's changing rooms (a little dated, but entirely functional; no lockers, but cubbies to store clothes, private changing booths with doors), a game/meeting room with a fireplace, vending machines, a small outdoor play yard, a covered outdoor eating area, and a full indoor kitchen. There are barbecues outside, and some families will bring dinner and cook there to round out a day of swimming. This is a unique place, something that reminds me of the way Orange County must have been 30 years ago. I'm thankful for the Fullerton residents who had the foresight to build this swim club for future generations!

Pros: Family atmosphere, no crowds, well maintained

 

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