Lake Lucerne Amenities
Lake Lucerne offers our residents a variety of fun ways to enjoy the outdoors in a beautiful environment. Non residents can join in the fun if they are a guest of one of our residents.
The beach is open seven days a week, starting Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Lifeguards are on duty from late morning through early evening. The swimming area includes a wading section, docks and swim lanes, as well as diving boards. A newly installed playground is adjacent to the beach. Refer to Living in Lake Lucerne, page 2 for beach information, rules and private party information and contract. Requests to reserve the beach for parties over 25, should be submitted to the Beach Trustee, with a completed contract.
This lovely green area north of the beach is a center for many activities and events throughout the year. Residents enjoy a picnic area as well as a sand volleyball court in the meadow.
The Memorial Pond just north of the meadow has been dedicated to residents who have passed away, featuring a beautiful garden and seating area paved with memorial bricks. This pond has served as a training ground for many young anglers, and in the winter, you may see skaters and hockey players out on the ice when the pond freezes. The fishermen in the neighborhood favor the 306 Pond for a nice supply of trout.
Tennis & Basketball Courts
The community maintains a tennis and basketball facility with a parking lot, off of Westhill Drive, just west of the lake. Refer to Living in Lake Lucerne, page 4 for rules.
Pempin Field is across the street from the Tennis and Basketball Courts. Contact the Sports Trustee for rules and scheduling of this area.
There are two nature trails that provide an intimate view of the nature and streams found in the undeveloped common areas of the community. One trail originates at the top of Overlook Drive and ends at Memorial Pond. The other trail originates at the corner of Woodmere and Summit, and ends about halfway down Park Drive.