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Cameron Wood Swim & Racquet Club


Our website has great features that will enhance your membership by keeping you better informed about what is going on at the club.   

The interactive calendars means that you can not only see the details of everything on our calendar but register and pay for events!!  Emails will automatically be sent to remind you of events that you have registered for.  You can also download events to your Outlook or Mac Calendar.

You manage your contact information online.  Change your email address, mailing address, phone number etc...so we always have your current info.

Please take a moment to register.  Register as a Partner Member if you are a member that lives in the neighborhood.  Register as an Associate Member if you are a member that lives outside the neighborhood.  Register as a Tennis Only Member if you have opted to only participate  in the tennis programs. 

If you want to pay for your membership using Square  Online Payment Option

or Pay by check made out to CWSRC mail to 3106 Old Chapel ln 

Membership Questions AMiller2@carolina.rr.com


 Clubhouse and Event Sponsors

  If you are interested in sponsoring one of our club events or becoming a website sponsor, please contact Sharon Miller at amiller2@carolina.rr.com.  Thank you for your consideration!







Upcoming events

The Invoices for the first half of the 2021 dues just came out and are due by December 31, 2020. You can pay by check made out to CWSRC and mailed to 3106 Old Chapel Ln or If you want to pay for your membership using Square  Online Payment Option
 If you have questions or need to cancel  please contact Sharon Miller at amiller2@carolina.rr.com  


Cameron Wood Swim & Racquet Club is not responsible for preventing the spread of germs throughout the facility, including related to COVID-19. The facilities are open to use AT YOUR OWN RISK, and users are responsible for wiping down surfaces, social distancing within the facility as publicly recommended or required, and using personal protective equipment (gloves, masks, etc.) in accordance with CDC requirements. Individuals entering the facility are specifically warned that CWSRC cannot guarantee the premises are sanitized to the degree that would prevent the spread of COVID-19.


NO GUESTS-Only those who live in your home on a full-time basis are part of your membership.

No POOL TOYS- this includes water guns, balls, diving toys, floats (baby floats are ok) etc. We are following the CDC recommendations and we have had complaints of guests feeling uncomfortable when the toys have touched or bumping them or their children accidently. Unfortunately, we are all making sacrifices during these times and need to adhere to all rules and guidelines for the safety of all members using the facilities.

NO GLASS:  No glass is allowed on the pool deck at any time.  This includes wine bottles, beer bottles, glass water bottles, baby food jars, tempered glass snorkeling masks (swim masks of any kind are currently prohibited.  Only plastic goggles are allowed), etc.  


Only registered members will have access to Pictures, News Blogs and Member Forums!




Splash Pool/Baby Pool Update

Last fall, we announced that the baby pool will be removed, and that area will be transformed into a new 700 square foot Splash Pool, complete with a zero entry and water features. To date, we have not received a building permit from the County to allow the construction to begin, despite submitting the plans and building permit application last fall. The state and county stay-at-home orders, in effect since March 26, and other restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have also recently contributed to the delay. Construction of the Splash Pool is planned for the 2020-2021 off season.  

To Our Valued Members

We are happy to announce NC Governor Cooper signed an order to move into Phase 2 at 5pm on May 22. Phase 2 allows Public Swimming Pools to open at 50% capacity with restrictions. While closely monitoring the guidelines of the state and local communication regarding the health and safety protocol, the Board of Directors are planning to open the pool Saturday, May 30th, implementing the safety protocols listed below.

Effective immediately, and until further notice we will have a mandatory check in process as follows:

All members and staff will be required to sanitize their hands before entering the pool deck. A hand sanitizer station will be positioned near the check in stand for everyone’s access.

There will be a reduced number of tables and lounge chairs, creating physical distancing across the deck until otherwise notified by the NCDHHS whom we are governed by. Please DO NOT move any furniture as they are spaced 6ft apart.

There will be a short time in between reservations to clear the pool deck, sanitize furniture, touch points, and bathrooms so we will need everyone to exit promptly through the BACK GATE by the blue dumpster when your reserved time ends to prepare for the next group to enter.

Please remember to respect physical distancing guidelines and provide ample space between you and other members so that everyone feels safe and comfortable. We may all have different comfort levels so please be respectful of others.

Please have a conversation with your children explaining the importance of physical distancing.


Please be advised, only Club Members are currently allowed at this time

No Floats (except Infant devices) No Pool Toys, noodles, balls, etc. will be permitted until further notice

All Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult

No Grilling and/or No Pool Parties will be permitted until Further Notice

Please note: In order for the pool to remain in operation, the above steps will be strictly enforced. Every member will be required to follow these safe, quick and simple safety procedures in order to enter the pool. Failure to adhere to these policies will result in denial of entry.

We appreciate your understanding and willingness to help us by exceeding safety protocols essentially keeping everyone safe! The safety of our members, their families and our staff are the number one priority. We know these procedures are inconvenient, but we also know they are necessary to help us get through the coming weeks without unnecessarily exposing Members and staff to any health risks.

In this continually changing environment, we feel very extremely grateful that we are able to open the pool, although in this limited capacity, and we hope that everyone remains safe and healthy.

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