Highland Lakes

Country Club and Community Association


Updated March 1, 2021:
Please follow this website and subscribe to email notifications for announcements about what events, activities, and programs are being planned for this summer. Decisions will be based on continuing compliance with various executive orders, guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health, and whether certain activities can be conducted with everyone’s safety in mind.

Submission of Forms:
To submit forms, download, print and sign, and email completed form(s) to hlcc@warwick.net, mail to HLCC, PO Box 578, Highland Lakes, NJ 07422, or place through the mail slot at the Club Office. Form will be mailed to you upon request to hlcc@warwick.net or call the Club Office 973.764.4366.

Parent Permission Form and Registration Form
for Club Events, Activities, and Athletics
Download and complete this Permission Form, then complete the Events, Activities, and Athletics Registration Form for each child. Check ALL of the Club programs you are registering your child to participate in.

Swim Lesson Registration Form (deadline June 25, 2021)
Register your children for swim lessons – Beach 1, Beach 3, Swim Lanes ONLY

Swim Team Registration and Permission Form
Coming Soon
Register your children for the Highland Lakes Swim Team using the form above.

Notice: The Covid-19 Pandemic Is Ongoing
The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, is an extremely contagious virus that spreads easily through person-to-person contact. Federal and state authorities recommend social distancing as a means to prevent the spread of the virus.

Covid-19 can lead to severe illness, personal injury, permanent disability, and death. Using the Club’s facilities or participating in its programs may increase the risk of contracting Covid-19 from others. Highland Lakes Country Club and Community Association in no way represents or warrants that Covid-19 infection will not occur through participation in our programs or accessing our facilities.

Studies have shown that many individuals infected with the Covid-19 virus experience no apparent symptoms (asymptomatic). Additionally, it is unclear whether those who have received the Covid-19 vaccinations (Pfizer or Moderna) are able to transmit the disease. Lastly, Covid-19 variants are being reported throughout the United States. Current vaccinations appear to be generally effective against these variants though continuing studies are underway. Coronavirus information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the New Jersey Department of Health, and Johns Hopkins University are important resources to consult regularly.

Please remember, we have a duty to each other to practice social distancing. We trust that members and their children will understand that the authorized gradual reopenings of outdoor facilities may result in closure if conditions of the Governor’s Order fail to be met.

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