The 2017 Beach season begins Saturday, May 27 at noon!
The Hidden Valley Lake beach is the perfect location for fun in the sun. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, volleyball, and play equipment. A boat dock provides convenient drop-off and pick-up from the lake.
The beach is home to 2 covered picnic shelters. One is on the beach itself and another overlooks the lake from the parking area. Each is equipped with electricity, 10 picnic tables and 2 large grills.
Residents may reserve the upper beach shelter for a nominal fee.
- Lifeguards on duty, weather permitting, between noon and 6 p.m. daily
- Roped-off swimming area
- Bathhouse with restrooms and outdoor shower
- 2 shelters with picnic tables and grills
- Play equipment
- Sand volleyball
- Boat dock
- Handicap accessible ramp
- No towel or basket service available
- Present a valid HVL ID card at the check-in kiosk. Driver’s license not acceptable as ID.
- Guest fees are $2 per person per day.
- Guests must sign in with a lifeguard upon entry.
- A resident with a valid HVL ID card must accompany non-resident guests.
- Pay appropriate guest fees if necessary.
- 6 free guest passes per member per season for the Pool/Beach are available at the POA Office.
- The number of guests per member may not exceed 8 per day, except by special permission.
- The POA office or the Pool Manager may issue a written temporary pass.
- There are no refunds or rain checks.
- Purchase a seasonal Pool/Beach guest pass at the POA Office.
- Swimming is only permitted within the roped-off area.
- Swimming when lifeguards are not on duty is at your own risk.
- Children under age 11 must be supervised by a responsible person age 14 or older.
- No glass containers or bottles are allowed.
- No pets allowed inside swimming areas.
- Be ready to present your valid HVL ID card at any time.
- Protect exposed skin – apply minimum SPF 15 to all exposed skin 30 minutes before heading to the beach; reapply often.
- Sunscreen is available at the lifeguard shack if needed.
- Keep an eye on kids in the water.
- Even strong youth swimmers need constant supervision at the beach.
- Younger kids should wear appropriate floatation devices with the understanding that floatation devices aren’t a substitute for supervision.
- Consider staying in the water with your children while they’re swimming and wading.
- Beat the heat – bring a cooler plenty of water, juice boxes and/or popsicles.
- Stay hydrated throughout the day.
- Know the basic signs of heat stroke nausea, irregular breathing, confusion and headache.
- Set up a beach umbrella or take a break from the sun under the beach shelter.