The Sea Isle swimming pool is located at 21704 Burnet Drive. The pool ranges from 3.5' to 9' deep. A separate "kiddy" pool is also available. The pool is open on a daily basis from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Additionally, the pool will open in May and October on a limited basis (Check with the Office at 409-737-2438 for those days and hours). Pool hours are 10:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M., weather and daylight permitting. Children under 14 are not permitted to swim unless accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older. Glass containers are not permitted within the fenced area of the pool. There is no lifeguard on duty, however Pool Attendants monitor and maintain the pool area during the hours of operation. The pool is for the use of current SIPOA members in good standing with the Property Owners Association, and their guests. Renters with a valid Amenities pass may also utilize the facilities. The Amenities pass is $100 and it is available from the office during normal business hours. Users must sign in with a valid Sea Isle address and/or pass, shower upon entering the pool area, and obey all posted rules and directions of the pool attendant.
The amenities pass is for the pool use only, and does not include the use of the pier, or parking at the boat launch.
The fishing pier is available for use by Sea Isle property owners in good standing. Property owners in good standing can obtain a security card from the Sea Isle office. You will swipe your security card at the gate to open the lock and enter the pier. The usage of the pier is not included in the amenities pass.
Please keep the gate closed at all times. Do not tie fishing line or crab line to the electrical conduit. The lights operate on a photocell and will come on automatically at dusk. Do not adjust the fixtures or open the breaker box, and do not deposit bait or fish in the trash receptacles because they will cause the cans to smell badly..
If you see unauthorized persons using the pier, please call the Galveston Non-emergency police line (409-765-3702) and report them. This helps protect the community from lawsuits by trespassers that hurt themselves on our property.
The tennis court is open all year, and is located adjacent to the swimming pool at the marina. Skates, skateboards, bicycles, and any other mobility apparatus are not permitted on the tennis court. The court was resurfaced in 2015.
There are two boat ramps and parking space for boat trailers provided for Sea Isle property owners only; unfortunately, the public boat ramp at the marina is closed indefinitely. The Sea Isle Owners ramps are secured by locked chains to prevent unauthorized use; you will need a key to unlock the padlock and remove the chain. Why you have launched your boat or pulled it out, please be sure to replace the chain and lock it.
A fish cleaning station is located adjacent to the ramps. Please be considerate of your neighbors and wash off the table and put all trash in the can when you're finished cleaning your catch.
Parking at the boat launch is not included in the amenities pass.
Milton Pines Park and Pavilion is located at the center of Sea Isle next to Fire Station #8 and the mail box building. The Park and Pavilion are open only during daylight hours unless used for a special event. Small children must be accompanied by an adult while using the park. The pavilion may be reserved by residents for a fee of twenty-five dollars [$25.00] plus a fifty dollar [$50.00] refundable deposit providing the area is left clean and undamaged. Please call the Sea Isle office to make arrangements and reserve a date.
The Sea Isle beaches along the Gulf of Mexico extend for 1.6 miles, and use of the beach is free. Shell collecting, sand castle building and kite flying are some of the favored beach side activities. There are no Lifeguards along the beach and sea currents can be very strong, therefore children should be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
Glass containers or alcohol are not allowed on the beach.
Open fires or fireworks are not allowed in the city limits, which includes Sea Isle's beach.
Beware of snakes in the dunes!
Per City of Galveston ordinance, the Sea Isle beach is closed to ALL vehicular traffic, including golf carts and ATVs. The only exception is a golf cart displaying a valid handicap tag.
Per City of Galveston Leash Law, all pets must be on a leash.
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