Kenmont is Closed for the Season


Kenmont is one of Montgomery County's first and most successful community swim and tennis clubs. Established in 1958, we are located on three acres of beautiful wooded land in the northeast corner of Kensington, Maryland, adjacent to Westfield Mall.

A not-for-profit private club open to members and their guests, Kenmont is more than just a place to swim and play tennis; we are a community of 400 families who enjoy spending our summers together - swimming, playing, dining, and relaxing.

We welcome you to explore our website and then join the club, becoming part of the Kenmont family!

Our amenities include:

  • Two Blue-Top Tennis Courts
  • Full-Length Basketball Court
  • Large Shaded Picnic & Grill Area
  • Substantial Playground Area
  • Swimming & Tennis Lessons
  • Volleyball & Tetherball
  • Ping Pong & Foosball
  • Extra Large Main Pool
  • Deep Well Diving Area
  • Six-Lane, 25-Meter Lap Pool
  • Fenced, Shaded Wading Pool
  • Large Indoor Clubhouse
  • Modern Locker Rooms
  • Tsunami Swim Team

The Kensington Heights Recreation Association, Inc. t/a Kenmont Swim & Tennis Club is a non-profit community organization that is governed by an elected Board of Directors.

There is a rich tradition at Kenmont Swim & Tennis Club.  With 400 families in our membership, Kenmont is more than just a place to swim and play tennis; it's a fun alternative during the Summer with lots of events and activities for the whole family.

Inclement Weather Policy

Expecting rain? We follow Montgomery County, MD Guidelines as follows:

At the first sound of thunder, the lifeguard and or the pool manager will announce the pool is closed. At that time, all patrons must be off the pool deck and either in the clubhouse or in their cars in the parking lot. From the last sound of thunder, the pool will remain closed for at least 30 minutes. If lightning is seen, the pool will be closed for 1 hour and will remain closed from the last visual of lightning.

If the weather looks questionable, please DO NOT drop your child off.

The safety of our patrons is our paramount concern, so the pool may be closed before the first sound of thunder if the lifeguard and/or pool manager feels there is a risk of injury to any person using the facility.