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The Kinderton Village Pool is located off of North Forke Drive
and is available for Kinderton Village residents during pool season.


The facility features a fenced in pool, large deck area, outdoor rinse station, men’s and women’s restrooms, bike rack, and on-site parking.


All pool expenses, including residential usage, are contained within monthly HOA dues.
There are no additional charges to residents for pool usage.
Access to the pool area is controlled by key card,
and is restricted to Kinderton Village residents and their guests.


Key cards are given to home owners at Home Settlement
by previous owner of home or by rental agency.
Click HERE to find more info about Key Cards.


Swimming is at your own risk and children should have adult supervision.


The Kinderton Pool policy is to help maintain pool safety
and a wonderful environment for all pool goers.
Please print a copy of pool policies yearly
to review with your household & guests.
Broken policies could result in
pool suspension & deactivation of Key Card.
Click HERE for 2020 pool policies.

(Due to North Carolina Pool Guidelines, Kinderton Village Master Board needed to make special restriction to this years season. As the Governor makes changes to restriction the Master Board may reevaluate and make revisions to meet those restrictions.)  

Pool Season Open:
Friday, June 5th to Sunday, September, 13th 2020

Pool Hours:
Open 10 AM - 8 PM

Below are the special restrictions currently in place for this pool season:

All residents must sign in and out of the pool area.
Residents will need to have their key card and present a photo ID and sign in.
The pool will be limited to residents only, no outside guests.
Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

The Pool capacity is limited to 50%,
therefore only 30 residents may be in the pool area at any given time.

If the 30 person capacity is reached a 2 hour time limit will go into effect
to allow equal time use of the facility.

This will be tracked with the sign in sheet and
you may be asked by the attendant to leave to allow other users in.

Full time attendants will monitor capacity and sanitize the touch surfaces every 2 hours.

Social distancing will be in effect.
Please follow postage signage for social distancing for
COVID-19 instructions to limit exposure.

A Limited quantity of tables will be available.

No loungers or chairs will be available,
residents can bring their own chairs if desired and take them when you leave.

No pool toys, noodles, kickboards, floats, balls will be allowed. 
This is per the Phase 2 regulations.

Automatic "no touch" soap dispensers in the bathrooms will be installed.


All the above are being instituted to comply with regulations for public pools in Phase 2, consultation with our Management Company and legal advice.

These regulations, if not followed, could result in the County Health Department ordering our pool closed, and possible fines.  If we do not voluntarily comply as residents, the board may need to close the facility due to liability.

Please note the attendants are not lifeguards, babysitters, security or police.  We, as homeowners, must agree to comply and self- monitor to ensure the pool can remain open during phased opening during the pandemic.  Please be tolerant and respectful of those using the facilities, we are literally in it together.  As new regulations allow, the Board will ease the restrictions currently needed until we can return to normal operating times and capacity at the pool.

Any questions or concerns contact Becky Myers (Priestley Management Company)
Phone: 336-379-5007 Ext. 112 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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