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Pool Rules

General Rules

•The lifeguard is the authority and patrons must obey them at all times. 
•Contagious diseases and infections put all pool users at risk. Individuals with these health problems are asked to not use the facility. Band-Aids are not permitted.
•Food is allowed only on the patio, and beverages are allowed on deck. 
•No food or beverages in the pool
•No outside food or beverage.
•Children ages 10 or younger must be accompanied by an adult or guardian age 16 or older at all times.
•Smoking is prohibited at all times.
•Patrons should make special needs known to staff; attempts will be made to meet needs.
•Running, boisterous or rough play is not tolerated.
•Street shoes are discouraged on the pool deck.
•Swim diapers and swim suits must be worn when in the water.
•All swim apparel worn must be clean; jeans and street clothes are not allowed in the pool.
•Brazil/French-cut, thong-style, and translucent swimwear, are prohibited.
•Glass containers, soap, lotion or other material which might create hazardous conditions or interfere with the operation of the pool, are not permitted.
•Diving in shallow water is not permitted.
•Portions of the pools may be closed at the discretion of management.
•Profanity, improper behavior and intoxication are not allowed.
•Additional rules may be added by management if necessary.
•Violation of any of these rules could result in loss of privileges and/or discharge from the facility.

Diving Well Rules

•Do not swim in front or under the diving boards
•Divers should swim immediately to the nearest ladder and climb out
•Divers shall wait until the person ahead of them has fully exited the pool before jumping
•Only one person at a time is permitted on the diving board including the ladder
•Only one bounce is permitted
•Dives/jumps must be straight off the end of the board
•For your safety, cartwheels or other non-standard jumps are not permitted

Wading Pool Rules

•Do not leave your children unsupervised
•Any child not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper or diaper with plastic pants under a swimsuit. All children must wear a swimsuit. T-shirts are permitted
•Do not change diapers at poolside, please use the locker room.
•Please immediately report any “accidents” you observe in the water to a lifeguard
•Lifeguards reserve the right to prohibit toys at any time

Beach Rules

•Lifejackets must be worn at all times when using watercraft
•Entering and exiting watercraft is only allowed in designated area
•No standing in watercraft is allowed
•Watercraft must remain clear of the area under the fountain
•Profanity, improper behavior and boisterous and rough play is prohibited and grounds for ejection from beach area 
•Fishing is permitted in the designated area only
•Attendant may refuse to allow patrons at any time at their discretion

The Oak Brook Bath & Tennis Club is a retreat beyond the ordinary in an extraordinary natural setting.

This superb Village-owned facility is secluded on 20 acres of magnificent woodlands. While the Club is for the exclusive use of members, it has an open-membership policy in which residents and non-residents are eligible.

The Club uniquely features three individual pools: the spacious main swimming pool, the diving well, and the wading pool for children. You can also enjoy the sun on the sand beach where paddleboats and canoes are available for use on the pond. The delightful Poolside Café offers a tasty menu including adult beverages. The OBBT Barracuda swim team competes in the Inter-Suburban Swim Conference and is open to 6 to 18 year-old swimmers who are part of an unlimited Club membership. For more information, click OBBT Swim Team.

For those who are interested in tennis on either a recreational or a competitive level, the facility has eight Har-Tru clay courts and a skilled staff of tennis professionals at your disposal. Tennis Pro Jim Lezatte will be returning this season and will be facilitating drills, adult and child programs, camps tournaments and leagues.

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