A fully enclosed 25-yard swimming pool, two outdoor spas & changing rooms/showers.
COVID Pool Closure
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced immediate actions to slow the spread of the virus. Effective Wednesday, April 7th, 2021, Orange Tier restrictions are in place for El Dorado County.
As of May 3rd, 2021, the Indoor Pool is now open 7 days/week (excluding scheduled Tuesday closures).
The Indoor Pool building is located on Ala Wai Blvd and contains a fully enclosed, 25-yard swimming pool, two outdoor hot tubs, and changing rooms/showers. Please bring your own towels.
Access to the Indoor Pool requires a valid/current pass. Pass holders are allowed up to three (3) guests per pass and must accompany their guests at all times while using the facilities. Children thirteen (13) years old or younger must be accompanied by an adult eighteen years of age or older, who has a valid pass.
Please refer to the Pool Pass Policies for more details on pass usage rules.
|481 Ala Wai Blvd|
South Lake Tahoe
|Mon – Sun 6:00 am – 9:30 pm|
Lap Swimming 6:00 am – 8:30 am
|See below for details on non-peak closures.|
All Tahoe Keys amenities are for the exclusive use of TKPOA homeowners and their guests. Please be respectful of the neighboring owners who can hear you.
Temporary pool closures during 2022.
The Indoor Pool will be closed one day a week during non-peak times to reduce operating costs as part of the Approved 2022 Annual Operating Budget. Operating hours remain the same.
We request that all visitors to the indoor pool adhere to the usage rules to ensure the mutual enjoyment of all.
Un-potty trained babies/infants must wear snug-fitting swim diapers with elastic around legs.
- Food & Drink
No food or drinks (of any kind) except water are allowed on the pool deck and/or spa area.
- Floating Toys
No floating or other toys, balls, etc. permitted in the pools or spa areas. Personal flotation devices should be Coast Guard approved.
No pets are allowed in the pool and/or spa areas at any time with the exception of a certified Seeing Eye Dog or dogs for the hearing impaired.
Bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates, skateboards, scooters, etc. are not allowed in the pool and/or spa areas at any time.
Only persons dressed in regulation swimwear will be allowed in the pool and/or spa, no t-shirts and/or cutoffs.
- No Illegal Access
Climbing over the gates, fences and walls to the pool and spas is prohibited and is considered trespassing and will be dealt with in a lawful manner.
- Communicable Diseases
People with skin disorders, colds, and communicable diseases are requested to refrain from using the pool and/or spas for the obvious health risks.
- Behavior and Conduct
Immoral, lewd, indecent conduct or foul language in the pool and/or spa area will not be tolerated and you may be asked to leave the facility.
- No Appliances
No electrical appliances are permitted in the pool and/or spa areas. Small battery-operated radios, TVs, tape players, CD players, iPods, etc. may be played with ear/headphones worn to control sound.
- No Smoking
No smoking in the pool and/or spa areas
- Trash Disposal
Dispose of trash properly in a trash can.
- Swim Test
To swim in the “deep end” one may be asked to pass a swim test as requested by the attendant. This test will consist of swimming across the shallow end and back, non-stop.
- Diving Board
The diving board may be closed at the discretion of the attendant. In order to use the diving board, you must be able to swim in the deep end of the pool unattended and without floatation devices. Children who need assistance from parents on the diving board or swimming in the pool are prohibited from using the diving board.
- Rule Violations
Violation of any of these rules and procedures may result in a fine and/or denial of the pool and/or spa privileges. Your pass may be confiscated or revoked.
Pool attendants and Supervisors are authorized by the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association to administer these rules and procedures. They need your support in order to make these facilities safe and keep them in proper working order. Your safety comes first and a spirit of cooperation, common sense and decency is needed for these facilities.