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Mountains in Clouds

Rules & Etiquette

Guest Rules



Members may bring up to 3 Guests per visit, but no guest is allowed to use the Club more than once a month.  Because guest can come with various members, it is important that the member check with the guest to see if they have already used their one visit. 

Please note that there is a $20 fee per person when using the indoor courts. You must have a reserved court to bring any guest.  Guest are never allowed on Challenge Courts.  There is also a $10 Guest fee for the indoor pool.

Guests MUST register and sign the Liability Waiver prior to using the facility. 

We will announce “black-out dates” from time to time when Guests are not allowed.

Tennis Court Rules

  • All Members and Guests must wear appropriate tennis attire including tennis shoes and shirts.

  • Use only 3 balls per court.

  • Loud, abusive, or profane language, racket throwing or hitting balls indiscriminately is prohibited.


OUTDOOR TENNIS LIGHTS are turned off by 8:30 pm

Court change times are: 6:30 - 7:45 - 9:00 - 10:15 - 11:30 - 12:45 pm – 2:00 – 3:15 – 4:30 – 5:45 – 7:00.  The indoor courts are closed for service or lessons on Mondays from 8am until noon.



Doubles are required during Winter on the indoor courts, which means a reserved court becomes a challenge court if you are playing singles, (Winter being defined by when Day Light ends to when it begins).  Court times are as follows: 7:45 am - 9:00 - 10:15 - 11:30 - 12:45 pm – 2:00 – 3:15 – 4:30 – 5:45 – 7:00.  All court usage must be reserved through You must make your own reservations via MCL or at the Reception Desk. Using other Member’s identity is prohibited.  All usage of the courts must be reserved through the MyClubLives App.  You will default your reserved court if you are 15 minutes late with notification. We do not allow back-to-back play unless the court is open.



Courts 11 and 12 indoors are challenge courts all day on weekends. On weekdays Ct. 11 from 11:30am until closing and Ct. 12 from 11:30am until 5:45pm.  Outside courts 1 and 2 will be challenge courts on weekends all day.  Only members can play on the challenge courts. The waiting list for the indoor challenge courts is in the Café, for the outdoor courts on the blackboard.  You can sign up one person at a time and either the person before or after your name will be your partner.  Play one set no-ad, losers come off and winners can play one more set. 



You must be a member of the Ball Machine Club in order to use the machine.  You can join this Club by making an appointment with one of the teaching pros.  The court is booked on the hour from 7 am to 7 pm.  The ball machine on Court 7 can only be reserved through MyClubLives.  Please remember to get the key at the Front Desk, pick up all the balls, put the machine away and return the key to the Front Desk.



Only available to club members except when there is a supervised event. You will need to use the MyClubLives App to reserve court 7 where there are portable nets.  Lessons and alternative usage can take place on court 8, which is also equipped with two portable nets. 



  • Guests during rainy days are only allowed on reserved courts.

  • Each membership has two free guest privileges per month.

Members may bring up to 3 Guests per visit. No non-member can frequent the Club more than once a month.

  • There is a $20 fee per guest for the indoor tennis and a $10 fee per guest for the indoor pool.

  • Guests MUST register and sign the Liability Waiver prior to using the facility. 



Tennis Rules
Swimming Rules


Be Safe

Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by parents at all times.

No running or playing games by the pool, or any wet floor areas.


When is a an unsupervised child safe in the water? The only answer is, no matter how experienced a swimmer, NEVER! 

We often see parents and babysitters, sitting by the pool chatting with friends, reading a book, or maybe even dozing, while their young children are playing in the pool unsupervised. Many days, we find children in the hot tub or indoor pool and soon find out the parent is in the Cafe or by the outdoor pool or even in the gym working out.Maybe, when our children learn to swim, we become lackadaisical that nothing will happen. Unfortunately things do happen. A child lets go of a noodle or kick board, hits their head when trying to surf a kick board, or runs and falls… 

No one can do the job of watching your child in the water, not even the lifeguard.  It is your job as a parent to keep your children safe. Take time at the beginning of the season to review water rules for the ocean, rivers and pools. And watch…Turn your head for an instant and another child holds your child underwater as if they are playing in the living room. Or go in to grab a towel and your child is jumping in on someone else, injuring both the jumper and the person in the water. While you chat with friends or read a good book basking in the sun, do you have a false sense of security? We’ve all heard the statistics. Drowning is the 2nd leading cause of death for children under the age of five in the United States.

Be Clean

Please shower before entering the pool or jacuzzi.


Always let the person already in the lane know that you wish to share the lane.

Lane 1 is narrow and can only be used by a single swimmer.

Lane 5 (nearest to the jacuzzi) is for children to play in and for swim lessons only.

Be sure that your children do not wander into the lap lanes or hang on to the lane lines.

Supplemental Equipment

Kickboards are reserved for lap swimmers...they are not for recreational play.

Swim Fins are permitted as long as you are the sole swimmer in the lane, if you enter a lane that is being used by someone wearing fins, you do so at your own risk...or wait for them to finish their program.


Children under the age of 3 are not allowed in the jacuzzi.

Fitness Rules


Be Safe

Children under the age of 14 are not permitted in the gym area.

Members with pre-existing health conditions must have a physician's approval before using the club.

Members are to keep the plyo-balls away from the treadmills to avoid having them pulled under the moving belt.

Shirt and shoes are required in the gym area at all times.

Be Courteous

Dumbbells, weight plates, stretching pads, etc. should be put away by the member using them.

No stretching is allowed in the free weight area ... stretching should be done in the multi-purpose room.

There is a 30-minute time limit on all cardiovascular machines unless there is no one waiting.

Anyone performing multiple sets on any resistance equipment (Cybex machines, bench press, Smith machine, etc.) must allow others to "work in"while they are resting between sets.

Abuse of Equipment

Abuse of MTRC equipment (slamming weights up & down on Cybex machines, dropping dumbbells on floor, etc.) will not be tolerated.

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