Membership FAQs


  • Do I need to live in the Hunters Creek HOA to become a member? No, Membership is open to all who would like to join.
  • How do I become a Club Member?    A membership is purchased, either from the Club Board or from a current member* who is surrendering their membership (either for sale or for free).  Members looking to transfer their membership sometimes advertise locally.  Arrangements for purchase/transfer are made directly with the member, subject to approval from the Club Board.  *Note: Current members must be up-to-date with their fees/dues and must surrender all pool documents/keys.
  • Do I pay a yearly cost for this membership?    Yes, annual dues are required to be paid by May 1 of each season.   Occasionally a special assessment fee is applied for extraordinary facility repairs and maintenance.   
  • What happens if I choose not to renew next year?   You may sell your membership at any time, give it away at any time, or you may surrender it to the Club Board between Aug 30 and Nov 30 of the current membership year. If you do not sell/transfer your membership by May 1, you are responsible for that season's dues. 
  • Who is included in a Membership?   Membership status is extended to all family members who reside full time at the residence of the member who purchased the membership.  
  • Can I bring guests to the pool?  Yes, each season current members receive 20 guest passes. Additional passes are available for purchase from the Membership Manager - $20 for 10 additional passes.
  • How do I join the swim team?   Details about the Stingrays Swim Team can be found here
  • When is the pool open for the summer?   The pool opens on the last Saturday of May (Memorial Day weekend) and closes on the first Monday of September (Labor Day).  Hours of operation vary so check the home page for specific times/days of the week. 
  • When can I use the tennis courts?   The tennis courts are open all year and are restricted to member-use only.  Members get a key to access the courts. Courts are available on a first-come, first-served basis.  
  • How do I rent the Clubhouse?   The Clubhouse is available for rent all year long and is limited to current Club members and Hunters Creek HOA members only.  Check here for details and to download forms.
  • What kind of social events does the pool host?    The Club hosts multiple social events through-out the year, including family picnics, a crab feast (for adults only), family BBQs, holiday pot-lucks, etc.   

Certificate and Membership Card FAQs

  • Do I need my membership certificate that was issued when I first became a member?
    No. You may dispose of the document how you see fit. It does not have to be returned to the Membership Manager.  The RFID cards and email notifications are now all the proof you need. RFID cards/bracelets are the property of HCSRC and must be returned if your membership is sold/transferred, surrendered, or cancelled.
  • Will I need to leave the RFID card with the Lifeguard office?
    No. Please keep your passes with you once you have checked in at the kiosk.
  • How many RFID Cards will I receive?
    One card for each adult member of your household will receive a card. Guardians will receive a card. Any child of the household that is 10 & older (Junior Member), who has passed the swim test and whose parent signed a form indicating that their child can be at the pool unaccompanied by an adult, will receive a card. 
  • Will I get a “PAID” sticker?
    No. There will no longer be a need for stickers. The cards will simply be deactivated at the end of the swim season and reactivated once payment and the Household Membership Information Form has been received by the Membership Manager.
  • I heard there are silicon RFID bracelets. Who can use them? How do I get them?
    Yes! Any Adult, Guardian, or Junior Member can exchange their RFID card for an added fee of $5 each. You can request one for any or all members in your household that you choose. RFID cards/bracelets are the property of HCSRC and must be returned if your membership is sold/transferred, surrendered, or cancelled. 
  • Why would I want the wearable silicon RFID bracelet?
    Bracelets are ideal for all youth members who have passed the swim test and have completed required paperwork. It is less likely the will forget or lose this method of entry into the pool.
  • Is there a fee if I lose my RFID Card?
    Yes, If an RFID card is lost, there is a replacement fee of $5.00. 
  • Where are my Guest Passes?
    There will no longer be paper guest passes. Each Member account will be assigned 20 guest passes at the beginning of the season with the payment of their annual dues. 
  • I need more than 20 Guest Passes. How do I get more added to my account?
    Additional passes can be purchased for $20 for 10 passes at any time during the season and added to the Member account. Please see the Guest Policy document on the HCSRC website for more information: Or contact the Membership Manager Directly.