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Use of the pools

Although rare during the year, pool closures due to an unfortunate accident are a vacation annoyance that affect all members and guests. In an attempt to reduce this we are posting warning signs in the pool areas and in our resort publications.

Guests are asked not to use the pools if they have an upset stomach or nausea. Babies and toddlers must go to the restroom before they enter the pool and they must wear special waterproof diapers at all times.

Pool cleaning fees are charged after a pool closure when positive identification of the guest involved is possible.

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