Amenities


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Hidden Lakes has three swimming pools:

    Bloomfield Pool
    (301 Bloomfield Drive)
    Preston Pool
    (1001 Preston Lane)
    Bear Creek Pool
    (2700 Bear Creek Parkway)

2016 Pool Season:
May 2, 2015 - September 2015

Bear Creek Pool
6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Preston and Bloomfield Pools
7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.  

Clubhouse

Each location has a separate baby pool, restroom facilities, covered patio area, lounge chairs, and a playground.  The clubhouse and sand volleyball pit are located only at the Bear Creek Pool.

Use of any of the Hidden Lakes pools is restricted to HOA members and their guests.  A homeowner must accompany all guests while at the pools.  Admittance to any of the pools requires an Access Card.

NOTE:  Admittance to the pools after hours or during the off season is strictly prohibited.  We reserve the right to prosecute trespassers who are found inside the pool gates after hours or outside of pool season.  Additionally, residents who are not current with their annual dues will have their Access Cards deactivated until their account is settled.

Volleyball Pit

A sand volleyball pit is located adjacent to the parking lot at the Bear Creek Pool (2700 Bear Creek Parkway). 

The volleyball pit is restricted to Hidden Lakes HOA residents and their guests.  A homeowner must accompany guests while using the volleyball pit.

Playgrounds

Small playground areas are located next to each of the three swimming pools:

  •  Bloomfield Pool (301 Bloomfield Drive)
  •  Preston Pool (1001 Preston Road)
  •  Bear Creek Pool (2700 Bear Creek Drive)

The playground areas are for use and enjoyment for Hidden Lakes residents only.

Soccer fields are located next to two of the pools:

  •     Bloomfield Pool (301 Bloomfield Drive)
  •     Bear Creek Pool (2700 Bear Creek Drive)

The fields are for residents and their guests use on a first come, first serve basis.

The Soccer Group meets seasonally at the Clubhouse to discuss the fields and some of the recent changes to the soccer areas including the new, semi-permanent goals that have been installed.

The biannual meeting is also a great opportunity to meet other Soccer parents and players in the neighborhood.