LAKE FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the Lake open to the public?
With the purchase of a Day Pass, the Lake is open to the public from Memorial Day to Labor Day on Saturdays and Sundays only from 10am to 6pm.

How do I get to the Lake?
Come to the main entry for Spring Mountain. As you drive into the property, you will see the Welcome Center building off to your right, before you reach the Security gate. Park in the parking lot and come into the Welcome Center to register and sign the waivers. The staff will direct you from there.

Are pets allowed at the Lake?
The general public pets are not allowed on Spring Mountain property or at the Lake.

Is there a lifeuard on duty?
No, there is no lifeguard.

Does the Lake have food and beverage service?
Yes! The Tiki Bar offers food and beverages (including alcohol) on the weekends.

Can I bring my own food and drinks?
Outside food or drinks are not allowed.

Can I bring my own lounge chairs?
Lake Spring Mountain has many chairs and Palapas to use at no charge based on availability. You may still bring additional chairs if you prefer.

Can I bring water toys?
Small outside toys (i.e. noodles, sand toys, etc) may be brought in; however, no squirt guns will be permitted. Absolutely no large rafts or floats.

How many people can fit in a cabana?
We suggest 2-6 people.

If I rent a cabana, do all my guests get in free?
If you rent a cabana online, you will receive two day passes with your rental. All other guests will need to purchase a Day Pass.

I totally forgot I rented a cabana and missed my day/time, can I get a refund?
Cabana rentals are refundable when canceled at least 24hrs prior to rental time. Your cabana rental will be available to you for the date and time you rent it. Unfortunately, no shows are non-refundable.

I totally forgot I rented a cabana and missed my day/time, can I reschedule for another day?
Unfortunately, no shows are non-refundable.