The pools are part of a new $3.5 million swimming/entertainment complex.
Midland (Mich.) Country Club recently unveiled its new pools as part of a new $3.5 million swimming/entertainment complex that opened to members May 21, reports the Midland Daily News.
The swimming complex includes a six-lane, 25-yard long pool that flows into an additional 11-foot deep wing for diving, a zero-entry splash pool for children and an expansive hot tub. Complementing the area is a cabana with food service, a teen room with table and video games, men’s and women’s locker-rooms and an easily-accessed family locker room.
The main pool, which has a water level from 3.6 feet to 7 feet, will be kept at 84 degrees. The splash pool, with seven gushing fountains, a frog slide, a mushroom that spills water over its cap, baskets that fill with water and topple over, is 1 1/2 feet at its deepest and will be kept at 85 degrees.
The hot tub, which can seat 25 people, will be kept at 100 to 105 degrees.
The pools are separated from each other by cement walkways and enclosed by steel railings and 6-foot-tall limestone columns. The hot tub is sectioned off from the splash pool by a tall wall of stacked limestone.
A surround sound system is throughout the complex and pathways are lit by recessed lighting and lanterns on top of the columns.
The cabana, which faces the pool complex, has cedar shake siding, copper gutters and eavestroughs and architectural shingles. The building has two walk-up windows and an eat-in area where members can order sandwiches, salads, wraps, pizzas, hamburgers and such. There is a separate food-service window as well as restrooms in the back of the building specifically for golfers who want to take a break from the course.
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