About the Club

Secluded in a leafy hollow at the end of Pool Lane, Rose Valley Swimming Pool is justly called the coolest spot in Delaware County. It’s a beautiful place to spend some of the best times of your summer.

Built on the site of community swimming hole Lotus Pond (c. 1840) – a mill pond which supplied power to Hutton’s Mill (now Hedgerow Theatre) – Rose Valley Swimming Pool was established in 1925. One of the oldest clubs in Delaware County, the Pool is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Rose Valley has three pools to accommodate swimmers of all ages. The one-foot deep baby pool is surrounded by benches and adjoins a grassy lawn with a play gym. The middle pool is two feet deep with shallow steps at one end and a depth of 4.5 feet at the far end, which is just a few steps from the main lifeguard stand. Our big pool is 30 yards long, with a dedicated lap lane and a competition-grade diving board.

Surrounding the pool is a concrete deck with chaises lounges and chairs. Beyond the deck, our lawn is a cool and welcoming carpet, furnished with picnic tables and gas grills and bisected by Vernon Run and its population of minnows, tadpoles and frogs. A sun deck above the stream is a popular site for basking after a swim, playing cards, sharing snacks and secrets. Up a few steps on a path from the sun deck and the pool entrance, men’s and women’s bathhouses offer showers, changing rooms and toilets.

Rose Valley members enjoy use of four tennis courts – two hard courts and two Har-Tru. A backboard adjoins the hard courts, and a shady pavilion provides a place to rest, chat and watch matches. Our tennis pro offers lessons and clinics, racquet stringing and equipment advice.

The Club welcomes new members, both residents and non-residents of Rose Valley Borough.

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