The Waterford Pool is a private swim club enjoyed by those that apply for membership. The full-sized, regulation length (25m) competitive pool is home to the Waterford Stingrays swim team. The pool features an attached diving area (high- and low-dive boards), and a shallow child-swim area.
ONLINE POOL APPLICATION COMING SOON!
THE POOL IS CLOSED UNTIL SUMMER
The facility also features a fenced kiddie pool, wooden deck area, refreshments bar, stereo sound system, outdoor rinse station, men’s and women’s restrooms, bike rack, on-site parking, and coming soon: a connected playground.
Throughout the season, certified lifeguards are on-duty in addition to a Pool Manager. Pool members are required to show a valid ID for admittance.
Sun-worshippers can choose from among dozens of lounge chairs while numerous tables with umbrellas await those who enjoy a little shade with their swim.
Guests may only be admitted when accompanied by a pool member with a valid Membership.
Guests are required to sign in and/or pay all fees at the gate.
No guest may visit the pool more than 10 times in one season.
Pool Managers have the right to limit the number of guests at any time of day based on pool capacity.
* Applies to persons living in Davie, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Yadkin counties. All other guests are admitted at no charge.
In order to be considered for one of the following jobs, you will need to complete and submit an application. Click on the button below to download the application.
Lifeguards have a tremendous amount of responsibility at a swimming pool. They must take care of every patron who visits the pool. It can be a very satisfying job.
The following is a partial list of lifeguard responsibilities:
Perform customary lifeguarding and safety responsibilities in and around all pool areas:
A qualified applicant will perform a variety of duties in planning, scheduling, maintaining the seasonal operation of the pool, communication with the Pool Board and members, and above all, have enthusiasm for making the pool a safe and fun place for the community. An applicant may need to obtain a CPO (certified pool operator) certificate.