Come Join us for a swim at The Waters
You already know that The Waters is a Traditional Neighborhood Development, where residents can work, live and play. Let’s discuss a very important aspect of play.
It’s an understatement to say that The Waters has just two neighborhood pools. They have pool facilities and “each one offers something great for anyone,” said Jessica Powell, Marketing Director for New Waters Realty.
The Lucas Point Pool & Pavilion
This features a zero-entry, infinity-edge pool adjacent to the white sands of 200-acre Lake Cameron – the largest lake in Montgomery County. That’s right. You have a beach at the Lucas Point Pool and Pavilion in the Lucas Point hamlet.
There are pool loungers, picnic tables and a hammock station located next to the pool deck. Talk about comfort.
Now add a marina, grilling station, kayak station, Town Square and Town Center shopping and dining – all a short walk away.
That’s just the beginning.
The Blue Heron Pool Club
This space in Welch Cove is another ideal spot for families; intimate parties; children’s parties; and large adult events. Everything you need is at your fingertips – a complete serving kitchen with a refrigerator and lots of counter space at the pool pavilion. Need some space to sit and relax? They have that covered with living room and table style seating in addition to plenty of space around the spacious pool deck.
And the children will love the pool’s mushroom fountain. While the kids are playing in the water, mom can enjoy a comfortable lounge or another area of the pool – and if mom or dad want some exercise there is a lap swim area.
If you want to play Bocce Ball you don’t have to walk far. It’s right next to the zero-entry pool.
If you are planning a large gathering and need a lot of space – you can reserve the entire area. Each year about 200 people attend the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce after-hours, catered event at the Blue Heron Pool Club.
Want an excuse to leave your house during those cooler fall and winter evenings? How about getting together with some neighbors at the stacked stone outdoor gas fireplace. It’s a great spot to chat with good friends and meet new ones.
More than 60 percent of The Waters is dedicated to parks, lakes and greenspace. The pool facilities “are like an extension of your backyard,” Powell said.
When they say “Come Make a Life of it” at The Waters, they mean it.