Recreation Center – Gleannloch Forest Drive

The Recreation Center on Gleannloch Forest Drive features a Clubhouse, 6-lane 25 yard pool, kiddie activity pool, tennis courts, catch and release fishing lake, canoe/boathouse, and kiddie play park.  Amenities are available to the residents of the Gleannloch Farms Community Association.

Clubhouse Rentals

To rent and reserve the Clubhouse, contact FSR at 281-225-8015.



Clubhouse availability and fees

Available to residents of the Gleannloch Farms Community Association.

Monday – Thursday Rentals
No charge for non-profit Gleannloch Farms groups only, $100 deposit, 4 hours max, one reservation per week per person or group

Friday – Sunday Rentals
$150 for 4 hours, $25 each additional hour, $200 deposit.

Groups wishing to utilize the clubhouse for reoccuring meetings must complete a registration form.

Weekend rentals limited to one event per day.

All fees and deposits must be paid at time of reservation request.

There is a separate rental agreement and fee schedule to rent and reserve the pool.

Canoe and Boathouse
Six canoes are available to Gleannloch Farms residents. An annual canoe usage fee of $25, plus a $200 deposit, along with a signed waiver form is required at time of canoe reservation. Access to canoes and the boathouse is limited to residents of the Gleannloch Farms Community Association, and who are 18 years or older. To reserve a canoe, contact FSR at 281-225-8015.




Renting the Pool for Parties or Private Use

Rental availability, application, and fee-schedule available by contacting FSR at 281-225-8015.

Private parties require the hiring of life guards at the expense of the person reserving the pool.

Pool rentals are not included in the Clubhouse rental fee.

Rules of the Pool
Common sense applies when utilizing the Gleannloch Farms Pools, follow the posted rules.

Parents are responsible for the safety and care of their children at the pools. Lifeguards on duty are NOT babysitters, they are present to reinforce the rules of the pool, and ensure in water safety.

• Parents must closely supervise their children at all times. Remember, it only takes seconds for a child to drown. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE AND ACCOUNTABLE.

• Do not dive in areas marked “NO DIVING”. Nearly 90 percent of all spinal injuries occur in the shallow end of the pool.

• Breath holding games can be very dangerous and may cause cardiac arrhythmia or seizures. Games like who can hold their breath the longest and swimming the longest distance underwater should be avoided at all times.

• Don’t allow children to play with or around the main drain. The main drain suction can be very powerful and has been known to cause severe injuries and in some cases death.

• Define a safe zone for your children where they can always touch the bottom. One of the most common saves a lifeguard must make is when a swimmer strays to an area that is too deep for them to stand.

• Access rules to the facility will be strongly enforced and are the responsibility of each member to understand and follow. It is a very awkward and uncomfortable situation for everyone when a lifeguard must ask a member to go back home to get the appropriate access tag.

• Remember that there are several different types of people who like to use the pool throughout the summer. Both young and old, everyone wants to have a good time.

Tennis Courts

6 lighted Tennis Courts.  Details regarding court available, reservations, and usage rules can be found under the Tennis Court “web page” on this site.

Kiddie Play Park

Park equipment and play ground area designed for younger children.  Includes jungle gym, swings, activity centers, and more.