Summer 2020 Update: There are no parties this summer as per public health restrictions due to COVID-19.

Reservation Form

If you are interested in having a party at Adelphi Pool, please fill out the form below. You must be a member, either Voting or Non-Voting, to hold a party at the pool, as we are a private membership pool.

All parties must be announced and a space reserved. Some spaces are free plus guest fees and the pavilion and baby pool gazebo are a facility fee plus guest fees. Pay at the front desk the day of your party.

For special requests or information, please email

Facility Map

A few things regarding parties:

You must be a member to hold a party at the pool.
You are responsible for the actions of your guests.

Please ensure all of your guests are informed of the following pool rules:

  • Glass in not permitted anywhere on the pool grounds
  • Eating is not permitted on the pool deck
  • Children in the baby pool must be supervised at all times
  • Only children age 8 and under are permitted in baby pool area
  • All kids under 12 must pass a swim test (the patch test) to use the slide or diving board.

Pricing and Additional Information

  • Please check-in your party and pay at the front desk the day of your party
  • Please bring a guest list of non-members so they may easily check-in for your party
  • The east picnic area cannot be reserved. This area is first come first serve, no large parties.
  • Other picnic areas are free, but must be reserved, plus guest fees
  • The Baby Pool Gazebo: $50 for 3 hours (Not recommended for parties that include a significant number of children age 9 or older) plus guest fees
  • The Pavilion: $150 for 4 hours (includes the first 15 guests)
  • Please bring your own coolers – kitchen refrigerators are for the snack bar use only and are not available for personal/party use
  • Large parties (50+) require three days advance notice to establish proper lifeguard coverage
  • The bandstand is not available for party reservations
  • The management reserves the right to ask any party to lower the volume of their music. Please choose song lists that are appropriate for all ages (radio edits)