Pinecrest Swim and Tennis is a non-profit and member-owned pool that serves the 20171 zip code area of Herndon/Oak Hill, VA. Our board of directors are volunteer members who are elected by the club. We host competitive swim and dive teams and participate in the NVSL Swim Team league. Our members can take swim and tennis lessons, or just relax and enjoy the summer at the pool.
School Hours:
Weekdays 1:00-8:00
Saturday 11:30-9:00
Sunday 11:30-8:00
Sat & Sun 8:30-11:30 Adult Only Serene Swim

Memorial Day 11:30-9:00

Summer Hours: 
Daily 11:30-9 p.m.
Sat & Sun 8:30-11:30 Adult Only Serene Swim

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 5056
Herndon, VA 20172

Physical Address (no mail accepted here):
12515 Pinecrest Road
Herndon, VA 20171

Tel. (703) 860-8027

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Annual Meeting
Tuesday March 18
7:30 p.m. Fox Mill ES Cafeteria

Please look for your proxy in the mail and bring along. 
Collect proxies from friends and neighbor members if they 
cannot attend so the forum can occur and the pool can open 
on time for the 2014 season.

WANTED: Candidates for BOD
Email candidacy statement
by Feb. 23

Please consider running for Board of Directors. We have several terms 
to fill (2 and 3 year terms). If you have any willingness to contribute to 
the smooth operation of our Club, please consider joining the board.


To be on the ballot, please send a 100-200 word bio/mission statement 

by Feb. 23, 2014.

Include your full name and your subdivision/street name.


Actual board job assignments (social chair, secretary, etc) 

are made after elections in March.


Keep in mind we have an annual member meeting in March

Details will be emailed out and posted here soon.


If you are not receiving email updates, use the enter email tool 

on the lower left of this homepage to include your email on our mailings.


Issues to consider for the meeting are a committee to investigate and

 plan for possible pavilion in the field area. Anyone interested can volunteer 

at the annual meeting or contact the BOD now by emailing your interest 




The Annual Newsletter, with notes from current board members and 

candidates, has been published and can be found by clicking on 

the Board of Directors page.


Be sure to check your mail in early march for the Proxy form and 

reminder to see the Website for the full newsletter.



If you would like to be part of the planning  and design process to
 bring a pavilion to the grassy area, send an email to with your name, telephone number and 
an email address.

Club Rules: Highlights

These rules are for the protection and benefit of Club Members, and their

 guests. We hope that Club users will adhere to the spirit, as well as the letter 

of these rules. Failure to comply with these rules may result in the suspension or 

loss of a member's privileges as specified in the Club's by-laws.

Please review the rules especially with those children that remain at the pool

 without parental supervision. Below are some rules that should be highlighted.

• Food and drink should be only consumed on the grassy area, wooden deck area, 

or at the tables under the covered awnings. No glass containers or bottles of 

any kind are permitted at the pool. This is a safety code issue.

• Chewing gum is not permitted anywhere inside the pool area, pool, or 

tennis courts.

• All trash must be deposited in garbage cans and tables should be wiped down 

after use.

• The cost of any damage to Club property caused willfully or as a result of 

failure to obey these rules will be charged to the Club member or the sponsoring

 member of a guest.

• Abusive, offensive, or profane language or behavior is prohibited on

 Club property.

• No recreational skateboarding, skating, or roller-blading is allowed on

 Club property.

• Pinecrest members and guests must respect and follow instructions from

 the guards. It is their job to ensure every one's safety and preserve the family 

atmosphere at Pinecrest. Failure to respond to guard instruction will result in 

loss of Club privileges.