Summer Days at Hale
Throughout June and August, Hale offers daily beach access, swimming, and boating that hearkens back to the lazy days of summers past. Reclaim simpler times and spend a morning or afternoon relaxing in the company of friends and neighbors.
What’s a Summer Day at Hale?
It starts the moment you turn onto Bruné Way. The world slips away as you drive up our tree-lined entrance and are greeted by a few guest ambassadors. They welcome you to Hale, verify your registration (or, space permitting, accept payment on site), and wave you into one of two parking lots.
As you gather your gear, Noanet Pond shimmers through the trees. A short walk leads you along its shore, past the Lifeguard Shack, and there it is: South Beach. Some call it the best beach in the world (okay, that’s us…but seriously, it’s amazing). Friends, families, and neighbors are spaced out across the sand. Some read. Others chat. A few nap. Kids splash in buoyed swimming areas and leap from docks as several Red Cross certified lifeguards look on. People borrow canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and Corcls from our fleet of watercraft and paddle around the pond. Just uphill, other folks picnic, play volleyball, and enjoy several playgrounds.
And that’s it. A simple, relaxing, unstructured morning or afternoon—one that’s only as busy as you make it.
Dates and Rates
Summer Days are back on August 8! Hale offers Summer Days in June and August from 9 AM–1 PM and 1:30–5:30 PM Guests are welcome to register for either or both blocks on any given day.
Each block includes open access to:
- Volleyball Courts
- Picnic Areas
Per block, member families pay just $10 per adult (ages 12+) and $8 per child (ages 1–11). Non-member families pay $12 per adult (ages 12+) and $10 per child (ages 1–11). No charge applies to infants.
Were you looking for Swimming Lessons? We offer those, too—and when you sign up for lessons, you can add Summer Days for the rest of the family!
Stay in the know!
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