Oreland Swim Club
Montgomery County's #1 swim club for family fun.
Oreland Swim Club is a member-owned swim club in the heart of Springfield Township,
Montgomery County, PA. We are celebrating our 66th season this year and have flourished in
our local community thanks to our wonderful members and their families. Our two pools,
spectacular grounds and facilities and family-friendly atmosphere draw families from all over the
township and surrounding areas. We offer a variety of organized activities for people of all ages
– a private baby pool; basketball, wiffle ball and gaga for the older kids; adult-only swim periods
and nighttime activities for adults and children – making OSC a fun and exciting place to be
during hot summer days and nights.
OSC Rules & Regulations
Only members and guests accompanied by members are allowed to enter the club. Guest fee: $10/guest - per visit/all ages. Members are responsible for the conduct of their guests.
Children under the age of 12 MUST be accompanied by an adult. Children age 12 can be at the pool without an adult until 5pm.
The baby pool is for children 5 years old and under. Swim diapers must be worn unless potty trained - no disposable diapers.
Parents/guardians are responsible for watching their children in the baby pool.
No diapers, floats, puddle jumpers or any inflatable devices are allowed in the Main Pool. Soft foam and squishy balls are allowed.
No diving in the baby pool or the shallow end of the Main Pool.
No running on the pool deck.
One swimmer on the diving board at a time.
All children aged 10 and under and not on the swim team must pass a swim test before using the diving boards or swimming in the diving well.
Smoking and vaping are not permitted on club grounds.
Emily Murray, President of the OSC Board of Directors.
Emily and her husband, Jamie, have two girls, both of whom are on the OSC Dolphins Swim Team. She is a Spanish teacher in the Central Bucks School District. Emily grew up in Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin and has loved living in Oreland for the past 10 years.