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Children Rules

GENERAL RULES: 

  • Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.  There are no exceptions.
  • Children are guests, and as such, must be signed in by a member with a valid Recreation Card, having paid the appropriate guest fees.
  • Children must follow all rules of the Association and must not interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of the facilities by residents and other guests.
  • Host members are responsible for the conduct of guests and for any damages to facilities of equipment by their guests.
  • Lifeguards are not provided at the pools.
  • All rules will be enforced by the Monitors and Starters to ensure proper use of Recreation Center facilities for the enjoyment of residents and their invited guests.  Your cooperation is appreciated.

Children Swim Rules:
Children under the age of 4 will be permitted to use the swimming pool provided:

  • They are toilet trained.
  • Children’s Swim Diapers are permitted in the pools as an added precaution.
  • Children must adhere to the posted family swim times at the various pools.
  • Children MUST be accompanied at all times by a responsible adult for the length of the swim period.

You MAY Wear :

  • Facemasks
  • Eye goggles
  • Water shoes
  • Snorkels
  • Flotation devices or vests that fit close to the body. i.e. Noodles

YOU MAY consume food only under the covered lounge area.

You MAY NOT :

  • Bring glass containers into the pool area.
  • Wear street shoes into the pool area.
  • Dive or jump into water from sides of the pool.
  • Yell, scream, spit, or use profane language.
  • Climb on rocks surrounding the waterfalls.

Lifeguards are not provided. Adult supervision of children is required at all times.

Bowling:

Children must be able to safely handle a bowling ball and understand bowling courtesy.
Bumpers are available on Lanes 1 & 2 at R.H. Johnson Lanes (Sports Pavilion) which enable youngsters to keep the bowling ball on the lane.

Golf:

Children under 12 may play golf if they can demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Starter that they understand the rules of golf and are able to play without disturbing the play of others.  Children may not play during weekly Club play.

Mini-Golf:

Children old enough to walk and carry a club safely and who do not interfere with the peaceful enjoyment of members may play Mini-Golf at R.H. Johnson and Beardsley Rec Centers.

Billiards:

Children must be over 52″ tall and be able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Monitor that they can properly use a cue stick without causing damage to the tables.

Library:

Children may use the RH Johnson Library.  Only holders of valid Recreation Cards have resource check-out privileges.

Fitness Centers & Hot Tubs:

No children are permitted in the fitness centers or hot tub areas.

Other Facilities:

Children under the age of 16 may use other Rec Center facilities when accompanied by a Recreation Card holder or other responsible adult at all times.  (See Guest Policy).

Members and guests are responsible for conducting themselves in a safe and healthful manner while using Recreation Center facilities.

 


  1. Marion clewett says:

    the week on March 25 to March 29 is spring break for most school kids. I have two granddaughters , ages 4 and 6…will the Library have any type of stories days?

    *would like to know the hours for mimi golf
    *would like to know if Palm Ridge hrs for the kids and is the pool heated
    *bowling hours for kids

    Marion Clewett
    623.546.9348

  2. RCSCW PR says:

    Hi Mr. Clewett. Spring Break is a great time to bring the kids to Sun City West. Mini golf hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children’s swim hours at Palm Ridge, which is heated, are 5 to 8 p.m. Open bowling times vary. Please call the Sports Pavilion at 623-544-6140. If they’re still around on March 30, be sure to bring them to the Spring Frolic – and don’t forget to register in advance for the egg hunts!

  3. Carolyn Schur says:

    I am coming to SCW on 4/8 with my grandchildren, ages 1 and 4. They will be visiting for 5 days and this is their first visit. Can you provide the pool hours for children at the different rec centers? Also are there playgrounds with swings, etc that they can use? Any information you have on keeping little ones occupied would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

  4. RCSCW PR says:

    Hi Carolyn. Great news – there are lots of fun activities for your visiting youngsters! Children’s rules can be found here: http://scwaz.com/?page_id=1064. Children’s swim hours are: 10-1 at Johnson, 5-8 at Palm Ridge outdoor pool, and 3-6 at Beardsley. Children under 4 are permitted if they are potty trained. Mini golf for the 4-year-old is available from 9 to 9 at Beardsley; and 8-noon and 5-9 at Beardsley. Beardsley Park has a great children’s playground. It does not have swings, but it does have slides and climbing areas. The library also has a children’s corner. Check out our calendar for other activities: http://scwaz.com/?page_id=4911. And be sure to stop by the Visitors Center, located near PORA on Camino del Sol. They have a lot of great information on other children’s activities in the local area. Be sure to stop at Member Services to put money on your account for guest credits. It is $2.70 per day per child to use the rec centers and most other facilities (except bowling and golf), which is collected at your first visit of the day; you will be give a receipt that will provide you with admittance to other locations the rest of the day. If you have additional questions, please call Member Services at 623-544-6100.

  5. John Yonkocixh says:

    What are childrens hours at the outdoor pools sites? I have a 7 year old grandchild visiting.

  6. Multimedia says:

    Hello John, thanks for asking this question since others may like to know the pool hours for children as well. They are 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at R.H. Johnson; 5 p.m.-8 p.m. at Palm Ridge (outdoor pool only); and 3 p.m.-6 p.m. at Beardsley. I hope that helps.

  7. Beverly domasky says:

    My 10 year old grandson will be visiting me 11/20 until 11/28, will he be able to use the pools with my presence?

  8. Yes Beverly, as long as all of the above guidelines are followed, your grandson is welcome! Don’t forget, there is also a children’s playground at Beardsley Park and the R.H. Johnson Library has a children’s section as well. You can stop by the Member Services office to pay for guest credits to be added to your Rec Card so that paying the daily guest fee is more convenient. Enjoy your visit!

  9. Patricia Gilmore says:

    Hello, My husband and myself will be in Sun City West for months of March and April. I am interested in current information regarding programs etc. Is it possible to get a packet of materials mailed in advance? I notice this site has questions/answers from 2015, I’m guessing it is out of date? Thanks so much.

  10. Multimedia says:

    Hello Patricia, the policies re: children do not change as a rule, so this post is still current. If you’d like to know what events in general are happening at any given time, you should subscribe to the e-newsletter, which is sent out each Wednesday evening. And please stop by the R.H. Johnson Box Office 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays to explore Happy Camp opportunities for visiting grandchildren during March. Tickets for all events are required, so don’t delay. Thanks for writing.

  11. gretchen novak says:

    With Johnson pool being closed, are there any changes in the pool times for children?

  12. Multimedia says:

    Hi Gretchen, since children’s swim hours at R.H. Johnson are unavailable, the hours at Beardsley and Palm Ridge rec centers have been modified. During the construction period, children’s hours will be 4 to 8 p.m. at Palm Ridge and 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. at Beardsley. There are no children’s hours at Kuentz Rec Center. Thanks for writing.

  13. Marylyn Walker says:

    Hello,
    I have a 9 year old granddaughter coming to visit the week before Easter. I am wondering if the basketball hoops at Beardsley Rec Center can be used by her and her family at any time of day or only during children’s swimming pool hours?
    Thank you for your reply…

  14. RCSCW PR says:

    Hi Marylyn. Thank you for your question. The basketball courts can be used any time of day by any member. You will need to be there with your guest. Have fun!

  15. George Johnson says:

    How many days of the week are allowed for kids and what are the hours and is there a cost to use the pools?

  16. Multimedia says:

    Hi George, As I’m sure you’re aware the R.H. Johnson pool is currently closed during construction and will reopen in August. Because of that closure, children’s hours at our other pools have been extended and they are daily. Beardsley pool hours are 10:30 to 1 p.m. and 3 to 6 p.m. Palm Ridge hours are 4 to 8 p.m. Kuentz does not offer children’s hours. Have fun in the pool!

  17. George Johnson says:

    is alcohol permited at any of your pools

  18. Multimedia says:

    Alcohol of any kind is prohibited at all of our pools George. Thanks for asking.

  19. Sandy Whitworth says:

    When I took a tour of the different rec centers earlier this year it was mentioned that coolers of food and adult beverages were welcome as long as there was no glass??

  20. Multimedia says:

    That’s not the case Sandy, alcohol is prohibited at all of our pools.

  21. Shelli Genn says:

    Having grans here 11/18-28/2017 – what pools, with hours, are open to them? Thank you.

  22. Multimedia says:

    Hello Shelli. Pool hours are: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at R.H. Johnson; 3 to 6 p.m. at Beardsley (indoor); and 5 to 8 p.m. at Palm Ridge (outdoor, unless inclement weather). There are no children’s swim hours at the Kuentz pool. Have fun with the grandkids!

  23. Nov. 16 update: There will be a switch between Palm Ridge and Beardsley pool hours beginning Dec. 1, in order to allow children to be at an outdoor pool during the warmer part of the day during the winter. So the new children’s hours ARE: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at R.H. Johnson; 3 to 6 p.m. at Palm Ridge (outdoor); and 5 to 8 p.m. at Beardsley (indoor).

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