Country Club and Community Association
- Highland Lakes
- ABOUT HIGHLAND LAKES
- Beaches & Swimming
- Chronological History
- Highland Lakes – Check Us Out!
- Highland Lakes Community Map
- If You Are Thinking of Buying Property in Highland Lakes
- The Highland Lakes Newsette
- Newsette Production Schedule for 2017
- Newsette Submission Requirements
- Newsette from 2017
- Newsette from 2016
- Newsette from 2015
- Newsette from 2014
- Newsette from 2013
- Newsette from 2012
- Newsette from 1949-1950
- Newsette from 1951-1960
- Newsette from 1961-1970
- Newsette from 1971-1980
- Newsette from 1981-1990
- Newsette from 1991-2000
- Newsette from 2001-2010
- Newsette from 2011
- Photo Gallery – Historical
- Photo Gallery – Today
- MEMBER INFO
- From the Desk of President Suzanne Ross
- Annual Meeting
- Club Dues and Assessments
- Clubs and Interests
- Committee Descriptions and Meetings Calendar
- Committee Meetings Calendar
- Administration Committee
- Badge Checking Committee
- Boat Dock Committee
- Buildings & Grounds Committee
- Clubhouse Committee
- Communications Committee
- Dam Committee
- Ecology Committee
- Elections Committee
- Fishing Committee
- Goodwill Fundraising Committee
- Nominating Committee
- Planning Committee
- Roads Committee
- Rules & By-Laws Committee
- Goodwill Fund
- Helpful Links
- Office Administration
- Rules and Regulations
- Voting Board and Committees
- Voting Board October 1, 2016 – September 30, 2017
- Kidz Clubhouse Calendar (Summer)
- Activities Calendar
- Activities for Children
- Crafter, Tiles & Cards
- Knitting & Crocheting
- Lakeside Cafe
- Morning Exercise
- Movie Night
- Pool Room
- Poker Players
- Red Hat Society
- Seniors Club
- Teen Council
- Under 5 Play Group
- Women’s Auxiliary
- Sports Calendar
- Athletic and Recreational Programs
- Swim Team
- CONTACT US
- SITE MAP
Like the name implies, Highland Lakes has its fair share of lakes to enjoy. For members who prefer to be in the lakes rather than on them, there are seven beaches to choose from. Please be aware that there are official beach rules that are in place to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone.
|1||Lake 1 (park area of Upper Highland Lake)|
|2||Main Lake at the Clubhouse|
|3||Main Lake (Lookover Lane at Lakeside Drive East)|
|4||Main Lake (Lakeside Drive East near Island Drive)|
|5||Lake 4 (East Lakeshore Drive)|
|6||Indian Lake (West Lakeshore Drive extension)|
|7||Lake 5 (Upper Highland Lakes Drive at Tranquilty Drive)|
- Swimming is permitted ONLY when a lifeguard is on duty, within the roped-in areas, and is done at the swimmer’s own risk.
- Lifeguards supervise the roped-in areas only.
- Directives from lifeguards must be followed at all times.
- Flotation devices may only be used where the user can stand.
- An adult must accompany children requiring supervision.
- Swimmers must enter and leave the swimming area via the beach.
- Swimming is prohibited when thunder or lightning is present.
- Roughness, rowdiness, spitting, foul language, littering or other conduct affecting the safety and/or comfort of others is prohibited.
- Alcohol, glass containers, and pets (with the exception of dogs used for medical/physical assistance) are not permitted on the beach at any time.
- New Jersey’s bathing beach regulations require that all children in diapers must wear plastic pants with snug fitting elastic waist and leg bands. Acceptable disposable swimpants are now available in the diaper aisle in grocery stores. Do not wash out soiled diapers in the bathing water.
- All boats must stay clear of the swimming areas. Boats may not drop-off or pick-up swimmers from within the roped swimming areas.
- Fishing is prohibited within designated areas at all beaches.
Failure to obey posted rules will result in expulsion from the beach and/or other disciplinary action.