Members of the Association have access to a wide variety of family-friendly amenities.
Enjoy 5 well-maintained pools and a spray ground, 2 community centers, 6 tennis courts, 3 pickleball courts, a multi-use court, 12 basketball courts, a volleyball court, access to the water via our boat ramp, 19 playgrounds, 2 fitness station clusters and county trails throughout the Lake Ridge community.
Access: Pools + Gated Amenities
Pools: Residents will register their households for Pool Access with CellBadge, a digital system to replace the use of plastic membership cards. This modernization will simplify access to pools as members will no longer have to wait for validation stickers every year or visit the Office. With CellBadge, membership is automatically updated so long as Association accounts are in good standing, e.g., no unpaid balance or unresolved violation(s) and Tenant Registration completed for Renters.
The Association maintains 5 pools spread throughout the community-- Ridgewood, Oakwood, Tall Oaks, Edgewood and Canterbury Woods. They boast water features, baby pools, diving boards, slides and even a spa and sauna at the Edgewood Pool.
Community center rentals are a great idea for birthday parties, baby showers, bridal showers, small weddings, receptions, group meetings or any gathering with 75 people or less. Both of our centers include kitchen spaces, tables and chairs for flexible setup and plenty of decorating potential. Call the Recreation Department to check availability. Once a date is decided upon, fill out a contract with the Recreation Department at the Association office to reserve. Weekends tend to book an average of 3 months in advance, so be sure to plan ahead!
Other outdoor recreational points of interest such as recreational courts, a boat ramp, playgrounds, fitness stations, sports fields and county trails give members plenty to enjoy in the community.
Little Free Library
Situated near the Association’s office building and the Creative Preschool is a small structure resembling a bird house-- and it is actually a tiny library! The Lake Ridge Cover-to-Cover Book Club sponsors this fun book-sharing network. Take a book to read and/or leave one for someone else.
During the fall of 2020, a second Little Free Library was donated to the community by a generous family who has been part of LRPRA for over 30 years. The process of receiving the library structure, installing, and registering this was smoothly completed by the donating family, the LRPRA Facilities Department, and the LRPRA Administration Department. With our combined efforts we were able to bring this Little Free Library into existence for all of LRPRA to enjoy