NJAS Closes Weis Ecology Center - But the Highlands Pool Remains Open!
The hidden gem of the Wyanokie Highlands, this Olympic-sized, stream-fed freshwater pool is located adjacent to Norvin Green State Forest.
The grounds include a picnic and barbecue area. There is direct access to a recreation field (including a softball backstop),
volleyball court, ping-pong tables, and over 21 miles of hiking trails.
In 1935, the swimming pool was carved out of the hillside. Today the Highlands Natural Pool is a 501(c)3 non-profit community-owned
and operated facility. No chemicals are used in the Pool.
Visitors are welcome! For a modest day-fee, you can become a Provisional Member and try us out! See our
visitor information page for hours of operation, ground rules for the picnic grove, frequently asked questions, etc.
Important Note: if you are planning to visit as a group of 20 or more people, you need
to read this first before coming!
Register now for swimming lessons, lifeguard training and deep water aerobics classes!
ONLINE REVIEWS OF THE POOL
June 2010 review in the
August 2011 review in the
A Child Grows in Brooklyn
SIX WAYS TO SUPPORT THE HIGHLANDS NATURAL POOL!
The Highlands Natural Pool is sustained by its paid memberships as well as by generous donations
from people like you. There are 6 ways you can help sustain the pool:
- Order an engraved brick for the Pool entrance walkway, for yourself or in memory
of a loved one, to become part of our 77-year history!
- Buy "The Legacy Continues" Pool T-shirts (order yours at the pool snack stand).
- Search the web using GoodSearch to generate income for the Pool - at no cost to you!
- Do your online shopping through GoodShop and small percentage of each transaction
will be donated to the pool - at no cost to you!.
- Provide for a planned gift to the Pool, creating a lasting legacy for the next generation.
- Now you can donate to the pool online. Simply click on the button in the left column.
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