East Rec Center

The East Rec Center is a newly renovated facility. It features pickleball and tennis courts. The club house is two stories, the top floor providing venues to many of Oakmont’s best parties and most insightful lectures. The first floor contains Pool and Billiards Room, as well as aquatic center locker rooms. The locker rooms open on to the pool and spa.

Currently the East Rec Center Pool is available only for lap swim and requires a reservation.

Book At The East

Reservations are available in 30-minute increments between the hours of 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Only one reservation per day (per facility/per person).

East Rec Center Updates:

Book Your Time to Swim Now

OVA’s West and East pools are set to reopen on Tuesday, October 13. You can click here to book your time to swim now.

East and West Pools Open

ERC and WRC pools will both be open at the normal times. The pool at the CAC will remain closed during construction of concrete walkways.

12-20-2019 East Rec Update

Happy holidays, Oakmonters! Here is the last update on East Rec for 2019! I met site manager Troy from Nordby yesterday to determine the new

6-28-2019 East Rec Progress

Monday, July 1st the East Rec once again belongs to residents of Oakmont. I went by this afternoon to do a final walk through. Below

East Rec Progress 6-21-2019

Finally….! A touchdown! East Rec final inspection passed this morning.Proof below! Opening to residents for building and pool will be be July 1st! Here is

East Rec Progress 6/6/2019

Hello Oakmonters!  East Rec parking lot has been striped and ADA spots painted since this photo was taken 10 days ago and we can ALL

East Rec Progress (5/15/2019)

Gratitude for 6 days of post Mother’s Day May rain….? Are you kidding? This unexpected unseasonal rain is a spiritual challenge for me, when we

East Rec Progress (5/10/2019)

Hello all East Rec Fans and users… I am back from my short getaway in Ashland, Oregon….in time for the following updates. While we are

East Rec Progress (5/2/2019)

This video shows delivery of gravel rock filling up to the height of the concrete forms before concrete is poured: Details, details, details! When the