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What You Should Know About Your Apartment Swimming Pool In Indianapolis

September 14, 2021
family in a pool

During the heat of the summer, a clean pool becomes an oasis for the whole family. If you’re lucky enough to rent in an apartment community in Indianapolis that offers this wonderful addition, you ought to make the most of every trip. To extract the utmost of every pool day, here are the best tips to know about your apartment swimming pool in Indianapolis.

A Swimming Pool Will Elevate Your Apartment Living Experience

Lake side pool on a sunny day.

A beautiful pool can make life in your Indianapolis apartment community even more enjoyable. If you have fun swimming or sunbathing by the pool, the world is your oyster any time during pool hours. Forge relationships with neighbors at the pool. Swimming is a stellar fitness activity if you’re working to shed some pounds or stay in shape. Let’s not forget how a pool brings a classy air to any community..

Remember Your Pool Pass

Summer hat and key card on a deck floor.

Before you get your swimsuit, make sure you can unlock the pool. Nearly all apartment communities give out a pool pass, code, or gate key to community members. This allows only community members and a small number of their guests can use the pool, not just anyone. So if you plan on swimming this summer, drop by the main office at the beginning of the pool season. Always remember, don’t share your pool pass with unauthorized guests and non-Residents.

The Pool Is Always Better With These Items

Avoid having to take trips back and forth to your residence, remember to tuck these essentials in a hand bag or backpack. Check out a quick list of must-haves for your Indianapolis apartment swimming pool:

  • Large beach towel
  • Swimming goggles
  • Plastic water bottle -- no glass please!
  • Waterproof sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Comfortable sandals

Store desirable items like a purse, wallets, watches, and necklaces at at your abode. It might be tough going to the pool without your phone. If you do bring it, try to stick it under your chair when you take a swim in the waves. This ought to both safeguard your device from prying eyes and ensure you don’t leave it when you leave.

Your Indianapolis Apartment Swimming Pool Has Rules -- Follow Them

Pool rules aren’t just to limit your enjoyment. Apartment neighborhoods have rules about pool dress, food and drinks, running and horseplay, substance use, pool capacity, weather closures, and and others. These rules are in place to protect you, other guests, and pool property. If they weren’t there, someone risk serious injury.

Bear in mind the unspoken rules of common courtesy. Blasting loud music, stealing chairs, and littering will irritate fellow tenants. Be accommodating and adhere to the rules so all guests can enjoy a fun time at the pool this summer.

You Look Out For Your Personal Health And Safety

Up close shot of the pool's no diving sign.

The majority of apartment neighborhoods don’t employ lifeguards. A few apartment communities employ lifeguards, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t still in charge for your safety. Commonly, you will probably see a posted announcement that apartment management is not liable for accidents, injuries, or stolen items.

You’ll have a better time at the pool when you avoid injury. So wear lots of sunscreen. Drink liquids. Wear proper footwear outside of the pool. Avoid the water with an open wound. Know your limits as a swimmer. And leave valuables at home. Some neighborhoods offer access to lockers, sunscreen, water bottles and more pool items during those summer afternoons you spend poolside.

Spend Your Days Poolside At Linden Square Village Apartments

Take a look at the pool and the other alluring elements of our community at Linden Square! Our Leasing Experts are ready to give you a tour and discuss what’s so great about our community. Reach out at 317-333-6914 or schedule a tour at your convenience.

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