Closed for the season.
The Summerlake pool is open to all Summerlake residents in good standing on their annual assessment (dues) from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The pool may also be open for additional weekends through September - weather permitting - but is up to the discretion of the board.
Pool amenities include a diving board, chairs/lounge chairs, tables with umbrellas, bathroom with showers, and lifeguards. There is also a separate baby pool which currently utilizes a salt water system.
A new pool pass system was introduced summer of 2019 which includes bar coded passes that are reusable year after year - so hold on to your passes! If you are a new resident waiting on passes or have requested replacements, once ready - they can be picked up at the pool during normal operating hours from the pool attendant on duty. An adult resident/homeowner must sign for all passes.
All residents planning on utilizing the pool are asked to complete a new membership form annually to ensure our records are up to date. PLUS, with the expansion to digital passes, an email address is required. Please ensure it is on your forms.
Outside membership rates are available for $400.00 per family, $300.00 per couple, or $200.00 per individual for the 2022 calendar year. Download and complete the form on this page and submit with payment at the office. Please make checks payable to Summerlake Homeowner's Association.
The clubhouse is available for Summerlake residents to rent on a first-come, first-served basis. Residents must be in good standing with the association. Sorry, but non-resident rentals are not permitted.
The Clubhouse is equipped with a small kitchen area which includes a sink, microwave and refrigerator. Clubhouse rental also includes the use of various long tables, short tables, chairs and bathroom facilities.
To make a reservation, print out the appropriate rental contract(s) - Clubhouse and/or Pool complete and submit to the Summerlake Office Manager. You may also contact the Summerlake Office manager at (757)249-4429 should you have any questions. Reservation requests in the form of a completed contract should be submitted at least one week in advance of the desired rental date.
Note: Maximum occupancy for the clubhouse is 60 people.
Hoping that the Clubhouse is available for your event?
Check your dates on the Summerlake Clubhouse Reservations calendar before you fill out all of that paperwork to ensure your desires date is available.
This calendar is for informational purposes only. Reserved dates will be updated by our Admin as they are approved.
Still have questions? Reach out to the Summerlake Office Manager for more information.
Along with our pool and clubhouse, Summerlake also offers residents other recreational venues to inlclude a playground, basketball & tennis courts, and a stocked lake for fishing. Residents of Summerlake are able to enjoy the many amenities of the association free with thier yearly dues. Some of these items such as the pool and tennis courts are available for non members for a nominal fee.
Summerlake provides residents with two regulation sized hardcourts. Courts are available on a first come, first served basis. Outside memberships to the Tennis Courts are available. Rates are $50 for a full year (January-December) and $25 for half a year (June-December).
Our basketball court is also open from sunrise to sunset and is located next to the tennis courts.
Our playground is located between the courts and the clubhouse and is also open from sunrise to sunset. The playground is for use by children 12 and under.
Take a stroll through the wooded path that will take you back along the fishing pond. Entrance and exit located in the wooded area near the playground. Please be respectful of the property.
The fishing lake is just behind the clubhouse! Follow the trail to the bench and enjoy a peaceful spot to relax. The lake is private property. A fishing license is not required for Summerlake residents or their guests to fish.
The lake hosts blue-gill, red-eared sunfish, black crappie, largemouth bass, carp and catfish. A host of turtles, including the snapping turtle, and frogs also make the lake at Summerlake their home.
In April 2016, the Association stocked the lake with 10,500 Golden Shiners, (2.5" - 3.5" in size), 450 Bluegill (2.5" - 3.5"), 50 Largemouth bass (8"-10"), and 12 grass carp (10"-12"). This stocking was designed to replenish the fish lost due to the high turbidity caused by the dredging project in late 2015. The stocking numbers were developed by fisheries biologists and are designed to support the Fishery Management Plan. The Fishery Management Plan is available for download here.
Also in April 2016, students from CNU performed a bathemetric map project. The students will develop a bathymetric chart, which is the submerged equivalent of an above-water topographic map. This chart will present an accurate, measurable description and visual presentation of the submerged terrain. The map will be available here for download once it's completed.
In June 2014, the Association funded an electrofishing survey. The survey is designed to provide an in-depth analysis of the current state of the Summerlake HOA fishery. The results allow biologists to make educated and precise decisions on any improvements that may be needed. This report, which you can download here, in conjunction with the FMP, will influence future lake and fishery enhancement activities for Summerlake.
The Association contracts with Solitude Lake Management to provide algaecide treatments to the lake. Solitude will inspect the lake two times per month during the months of March through November, and then once a month during the months of December through February. Treatments will be applied as necessary.
ATTENTION! Summerlake is not suitable for recreational swimming, not even for pets. DO NOT treat the lake as a giant water dish while taking Fido for a walk or allow your dog to swim in the lake. Please click here to read a short but very informative article on the hazards associated with storm-water run off basins such as the lake here in Summerlake.