Pools & Aquatics
The Larkspur Pool
The Larkspur Pool is purified by a Salt Pure Solution water system, which is kinder to your eyes and skin. Floating rafts, water volleyball, as well as a variety of pool toys are available at the pool and will keep youngsters of all ages entertained. If not in the pool, relax on the deck, play a game of ping pong, sit in the hot tub or enjoy poolside cuisine. Hamburgers, salads, chicken strips, soda, beer, wine, ice cream, and much more are available for order. The Pool House offers men’s and women’s locker rooms and full shower amenities, as well as a designated place to use cell phones.
The Silverberry Pool
Located adjacent from the Silverberry Cabins, the Silverberry Pool offers a tranquil alternative to the Larkspur Pool. Nestled within the surrounding forest, members enjoy a quieter aquatic experience; read a book poolside or swim a few laps in the pristine water. Men’s and women’s facilities are located at the entrance.
Swim Lessons are available at the Larkspur Pool by appointment.
Lessons Available: May 26 – September 23, 2018
Lesson Times: By appointment only, offered on a first-come, first-serve basis
Private Lessons: 30 minutes – $35/person, 45 minutes – $45/person
All swim instruction cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance. “No shows” will be charged to the member account.
2018 Operating Hours
Larkspur and Silverberry Pools
Larkspur Pool: 863-3037
May 26 Pools Open
May 26 – June 17
9am – 7 pm, Attendant: 1pm – 7pm, Lifeguard: Not on Duty
June 18 – August 19
7am – 9pm, Attendant: 9am – 9pm, Lifeguard: 10am – 5pm
August 20 – September 23
9am – 7pm, Attendant: 1pm – 7pm, Lifeguard: Not on Duty
September 23 Pools Close
The pool is reserved for lap swimming and lessons prior to 10am.
At 10am, the pool will be open to recreation activities until closing.
Food service is available at the Larkspur Pool
from 11:30am – 6pm, May 26 – September 23, 2017.
If attendant is not present, food can be ordered directly
from the kitchen by calling 406.863.3107.
Please note that there is no attendant, lifeguard, or food service at the Silverberry Pool.
My name is Emma Hornby, I was born and raised in Kalispell, Montana and I am a sophomore at Montana State University. I was very involved with softball, but swimming was always my true passion and my love for swimming began as soon as I could get in the water. I was in swim lessons from when I could walk until 5th grade when I began competitive swimming with KATS (Kalispell Aquatic Team). I continued with club swim (KATS) and high school swimming until I graduated. I spent almost my entire high school career in the pool and if I wasn’t swimming as a competitor I was teaching lessons at the Summit.
I have taught swim lessons for a little over two years and love love love teaching kids my passion of swimming! I have taught kids from as young as 1 year old to 12 years old with private and group lessons, and never want to stop teaching people to be safe and have fun in the water. My main drive for swim instructing is showing people how amazing the life-long sport of swimming is, and having parents and their kids feel safe around and in the water.