Community Amenities
Community Center
 
The community center is located at 43131 Lake Ridge Place, and includes a 1,000 square foot meeting room with a full kitchen, TV & Internet, tables and chairs, and patio.  The building has been upgraded with solar panels, LED lights and energy saving devices and appliances, as an example of what is available for homeowners in the community. 
 
If interested in renting the center for an event, please follow the instructions here or send an email to communitymanager@lakesatredrock.com to reserve the center.
 
Swimming Pool
 
The pool includes zero entry, dedicated swim lane, and toddler pool.
 
Pool Opening:   Saturday before Memorial Day
Pool Closing:     Sunday after Labor Day  (Dog swim in the afternoon)
 
Hours of Operation
Fri - Sat 11:00 am 10:00 pm
Sun - Thu 11:00 am 8:00 pm
School Days 4:00 pm 8:00 pm
 
Pool passes are issued at the Annual Meeting in May, and can be obtained from the guards following.
 
The swimming pool is professionally managed by Premier Aquatics, and the pool phone number is (703) 669-5988.  Many members of our community have worked as guards for our pool - please call Premier at (703) 373-0350 if you or your child is interested in becoming a guard. 
 
Pool rules can be found here
 
Tennis and Basketball Courts
 
The tennis and basketball courts are open year round, and are lit until 10 p.m.  Homeowners and guests are asked to yield the court on the hour when others are waiting.
 
Tot Lot/Playgrounds
 
The playground adjacent to the community center is designed for all ages.  There is also a tot lot on Northlake Boulevard.
 
Walking/Jogging Trails
 
The community includes approximately a mile of trails around the lake, and includes a covered and pedestrian bridges. The trails are closed in inclement weather. 
 
Lake
 
The community includes a 5-acre lake with several species of fish; bluegill, largemouth bass, crappie and catfish being among the most prevalent.  Grass carp were added several years ago to help with weed control and can be seen cruising near the surface of the water on hot days.  They have grown to almost 2 feet in length.  The lake is stocked with forage fish, mostly minnows, to help the game fish thrive and also to reduce the mosquito larvae on the water.  You will notice ducks, heron, geese and various other birds living here or visiting the lake on a regular basis.  Please remember that all fishing is catch and release.