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Swimming Pools

Cross Keys residents may use any of the three beautiful pools located throughout the Village.  Each pool has a changing area and all have certified lifeguards.  Pool 1 is located near the Village Clubhouse, Harper House and Condominium #1 and is surrounded by lovely old trees.  Pool 2, the largest pool in the Village is located at the South end across from the Coppermine Field House, and is available for lap swims.  Pool 3 at the north end near Goodlow House and Dunn’s Grove is a favorite for sun bathing.  During the season each pool is open six days a week according the to schedule below.

Each resident must have a pass to use the pools.   Applications may be dropped off at the Village Management Office at the Clubhouse or mailed to the address listed on the application.  Two passes will be issued to each unit owner in Cross Keys in the name of the owner.  Renters must include a copy of their lease with the application.  There will be a charge to replace a lost pass and passes can only be replaced once in a season.  There are some limitations and charges for guests.  Click here for pool pass application and rules.

Pools opened Saturday May 25, 2019.  Pools 1 and 3 will be closed on weekdays until late June.  All three pools will be open on weekends.  Pools generally are open through Labor Day.

Pool Hours:

Pool 1 (Clubhouse) 11:00 am to 7 pm.  Closed Tuesdays.
Phone:  410-532-8640.

Pool 2 (South End)   11:00 am to 8 pm.  Closed Mondays.
Phone: 410-532-8520

Pool 3 (North End)   11:00 am to 7 pm.  Closed Wednesdays.
Phone: 410-532-9760

Pool 1 and 3 will be CLOSED on weekdays until late June.

Tennis Courts

There are three tennis courts available for Cross Keys residents.  Court 1 is located next to the Village Clubhouse; Court 2 is located across from One Hamill Court and Court 3 is located at the side of the Coppermine Field House (former Tennis Barn).

Reservations are required to use the Courts and can be made up to three days in advance. To make reservations, call the Gatehouse, 410-435-2211.  Bookings will be allowed in half-hour segments and can be reserved for up to 1 ½ hours   No permanent weekly reservations will be permitted. If a resident has booked a court and finds a nonresident or unreserved player on it, the player is entitled to ask the player to leave.

Tennis attire is required on all courts.  Swimsuits and hard shoes are not permitted and shirts must be worn.

Participants are asked to leave the courts free of trash and debris, ready for the next players.  There are trash containers and brooms for all to use.

Pickleball

Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Two, three, or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, similar to a wiffle ball, over a net. The sport shares features of other racquet sports, the dimensions and layout of a badminton court, and a net and rules similar to tennis, with a few modifications. Pickleball was invented in the mid 1960s as a children’s backyard pastime but has become popular among adults as well. (Source: Wikipedia) Here are the rules: Pickleball Rules

Walking Paths

There are over two miles of beautifully landscaped and well maintained walking paths within the Village of Cross Keys, providing access throughout the Village to shops, condominiums and offices.

The Village Clubhouse

The Clubhouse, located at 60 Bouton Green Ct., owned by the CKMC, and operated by Village Management is available for rental to private parties.  For information about rentals call Clubhouse manager, Majorie Goodman at 410-323-1257 or email clubhouse@villagemanagement.net.  The Clubhouse is open Monday through Thursday from 10 am-4 pm and Friday until 3 pm.  Within the Clubhouse is a small lending library available to residents.

The Gatehouse

The Gatehouse is staffed 24 hours daily.  Entrance to the Village is monitored at the Gatehouse from 10 pm to 6 am.

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