Do you have to be a member to swim at The Lake @ Hi-Tide?


No, Hi-Tide is open to the public from 10am to 6pm, 7 days a week. We offer both daily passes and season passes for guests that only want to use the lake and don't want to camp. 

Do you have picnic grounds for daily visitors?


Yes, Hi-Tide has picnic areas available.  Picnic tables are first come first serve. We recommend that you come early in the day if you want to picnic table, especially if you want one near a charcoal grill!

How old do children need to be to swim at The Lake @ Hi-Tide?


Children of all ages are welcome to use the beach and shallow end of the lake as designated by water buoys.  Children 6 and older are allowed to use the water toys in the deep end of the lake.  However, if your child is under 50 lbs, we require that an adult be in the water with the child.  The only exception to the use of the water toys is the Ice Berg is only open to children 10 and older.

Please note: all children under the age of 13 must wear a life vest to use The Lake @ Hi-Tide.