Marlboro Swim Club

COVID-19 STATEMENT - Under normal circumstances, Memorial Day weekend is the official opening of the Marlboro Swim Club and for the first time since 1975 we unfortunately cannot open due to the fact public pools remain closed under the current state of Emergency. We have held off making any announcements about the opening of the Swim Club in anticipation of guidance from the State of New Jersey. The Mayor’s office has been in contact with the Governor and we remain cautiously optimistic about the future. The swim club staff has been planning and working hard to have the Swim Club operational for the 2020 season soon after the green light is given from the government. Once the guidelines are set and restrictions are lifted from the government an opening date will be sent out to the community. Thank you for your patience as we all are trying to navigate this together.



Early Bird Rates for Marlboro Swim Club Still Available to Marlboro Residents only

Summer Lifeguards Wanted. Submit application by April 1 HERE. Take a class, get certified by Memorial Day. See FLYER for class locations and more.

The Marlboro Swim Club is a municipal swim facility, operated by the Township of Marlboro. Swim Club membership is open to residents and non-residents. Tax dollars are not used to operate the Marlboro Swim Club. The facility is totally supported by membership fees and miscellaneous membership revenues. 

The swim club is situated on seven acres of grass covered hills, in a quiet, secluded area of the township on Masepe Trail which is a right turn off of Gordon's Corner Road, one-half mile west of Route 520. Mature trees completely surround the complex providing both beauty and privacy. Ample shade is available from over 47 large umbrellas.

Marlboro Swim Club Meeting Dates


The Marlboro Swim Club Opens Memorial Day Weekend. You can become a member right at the swim facility. You can also register online at Community Pass at:

The Marlboro Swim Club is B.Y.O.C. (Bring Your Own Chair). Click HERE for details.

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