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Come Check Out the Juniper Lane Swim Club


BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Ready for summer fun?

Need a place for the whole family to relax and cool off?

Want the kids to get off the electronics and outside this summer?

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Come check out the Juniper Lane Swim Club!

We have a swim team, BBQ grills, covered pavilion, swim lessons and kiddie pool. We have a few memberships still available, so don't miss out. It's a place to go with family and friends to cool off.

We are located on Juniper Lane in Bridgewater Township, off Country Club Rd  1 mile north of Garretson Rd.

Our large L shaped 25 meter multi-use pool features 5 race lanes with a diving area which corners into the 12 meter easy access swimmable shallows. Don’t forget about our awesome water slide.

We have fun events all summer long such as Movie night, DJ night, Float days, ice cream socials and so much more. There is something for everyone.

Each summer we offer two-week of free swim lessons with our terrific professional lifeguards.

We offer a few types of memberships, of course the first one being a full summer.

We are the only club offering the season starter Racing (aka Competitive) membership running Memorial Day Weekend thru July, it is a great way for family’s to enjoy the club while their children participate on the JLSC Sharks Swim Team  enjoying JLSC for the 1st half of summer.  Our highly competitive summer league swim team offers your children a great outlet with excellent coaching for every age & skill level swimmer.  They hone their skills at 5 practices weekly in preparation for their weekly swim meets with other "C" league area clubs through July.  The team has been tops in the division and league thanks to outstanding coaching staff.  It's a great way to start the summer, your children have a great experience competing in league swimming, and you still have August free for travel and camps!

Last, if you would just like to join for August to complete your summer, you can do that too!

We have a beautiful picnic area to enjoy grilling and beverages. 

There is also the pavilion where you can book a summer party for a nominal fee.

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If you are interested in any JLSC full or partial Summer family membership or need other membership related information please send an email to or call/text our membership director at 973-963-POOL (7665).


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