Club Sienna Water Park
Sawmill Lake Club Pool
Resort at Sienna Springs
Lap Lanes at Club Sienna
Brushy Lake Pool
Steep Bank Pool

Sienna Pools

...actually, "pools" is an understatement. "Adventure water parks,"resort-style escapes," and "spa-like retreats?" Now you're getting closer. The amazing thing is, access to all of them is yours when you a buy a home in Sienna. Summer fun is here! Start your home search now.



SAWMILL LAKE CLUB POOL
This spa-like lakeside retreat features a lushly landscaped, freeform pool for casual afternoons. Ample poolside seating, generously proportioned tanning shelves - a day at Sawmill Lake Club is like a day at the spa — one you can enjoy again and again as a resident of Sienna.



CLUB SIENNA WATER PARK
Sometimes called the “Bucket Pool” because of its celebrated splash tower, the Club Sienna Water Park is a signature feature of the 12-acre Club Sienna complex. Younger swimmers can splash in the zero-entry lagoon. Older swimmers can climb, slide and launch water sprays in and around the massive play structure. Adventure-seekers can surf down twisting water slides. Residents more serious about swimming enjoy the heated lap pool, which is also home to Sienna swim teams.



Sienna Springs Resort Pool

RESORT AT SIENNA SPRINGS
A day at the Resort at Sienna Springs is a day on luxury vacation. Palm trees and lush landscaping transport you to the islands, while the freeform pool is a wonder of water exploration and play. Climb the tower to race down one of two water slides or lounge in the beach-entry lagoon. Seating poolside or under shade trellises is where you can open your favorite beach read. 



Steep Bank Pool

STEEP BANK POOL
Sienna’s first pool and popular with Mommy (or Daddy) & Me groups, the Steep Bank Pool is nestled under towering oaks. With depths of no more than 3 feet, it’s a place where little ones can wade in the shallows or safely learn to swim in a stretch of water perfect for novice swimmers. 



Steep Bank Pool

BRUSHY LAKE POOL
Toddlers love to get their feet wet at the Brushy Lake pool, where they can slide on tot-sized play structures, stand under spraying water features and frolic in the pool’s shallow waters. The Brushy Lake Pool isn’t only for young children, however. A deeper free-swim area leads to a lap pool for a cool fitness regime.


 

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