Frank Kuhn Pool

Open from Memorial Day weekend through the end of summer, the LCC pool has been a popular spot at the club for many years.  Built in 1957 and substantially renovated in 2009, the pool area features:

  • Four-lane, twenty five yard competitive pool with standard starting blocks.
  • Handicap accessible ramp, effective zero-entry access with railing.
  • Tot/wading pool with zero entry access and a fun water feature for children.
  • Pool House with Men’s and Women’s locker rooms including private showers and changing areas



There are ample lounge and sun areas with both grass and concrete underfoot at the pool. You can also enjoy your lunch or find some shade under the covered patio.  The covered pavilion is available for dining, and can also be used for private events, such as birthday parties or small corporate events.

The pool has a large area of shady grass for sun relief, enclosed by a fence to provide a safe play area for lots of children simultaneously. The large grass yard is suitable for volleyball and other activities, and includes a basketball net and playground equipment.  

Food and beverage service is available through the Pool Cafe. The snack menu is available in the Pool House, but the staff will also accommodate food orders from the clubhouse and deliver them to the pool. The entire facility provides a very relaxed dining setting and allows members to bring guests.

Certified lifeguards monitor the pool area during official pool hours. 

LCC Swim Team

Lebanon Country Club participates in the Inter Club Swim League, which consists of LCC and six private clubs located throughout Central PA. The league was founded in 1957.  LCC is a charter member of the league and has had a swim team every season.

The LCC teams have enjoyed success over the years. Teams have consisted of prominent local swimmers, but the program is suited for all ages and abilities. Teamwork, camaraderie and friendship define the LCC Swim Team. Participation is flexible and it's a great introduction to sports and a team environment.

Practice begins the Tuesday after Memorial Day and the season concludes around the second week of July. The team competes in six dual meets (three at home and three away) against each league team. The season ends with the league championship meet in which all teams participate.

Exercise and Instruction

Swimming lessons are available throughout the season.

Water Fitness classes are held at the pool every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:45am - 9:45am.  The classes are free to members, men and women 15 years and older.  The instructors are certified in Water Fitness, First Aid, CPR, & AED.  You do not have to make a commitment to every session. Only attend when it suitable for your personal schedule.

The pool is available for adult fitness and lap swimming from 11:00am – Noon on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Hours of Operation

Sunday – Thursday | Noon to 8pm
Friday – Saturday | Noon to 8pm (9pm in June & July)

About Frank Kuhn

Frank Kuhn was the named the first manager of the LCC pool when it opened in 1957.  He managed the pool for 40 years and was the Head Swim Team Coach for 20 years.  Frank served in the US Army in Southeast Asia during World War II.  He was a standout athlete in high school and college, earning 12 varsity letters at Lebanon Valley College where he was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.  Frank taught Health and Physical Education at Harding Junior High School.  He had one of the most legendary careers in local sports history coaching basketball, baseball, football, swimming and golf.  He is enshrined in the Central Chapter-PA Sports Hall of Fame and the Lebanon School District Athletic Hall of Fame.  

In 1997, the club held a gala for his 80th birthday, where the Board of Governors announced the dedication and naming of the pool facilities as the, “Frank Kuhn Pool.”  After serving as pool manager, Frank remained on the LCC staff performing a variety of duties well in to his nineties. At LCC, Mr. Kuhn was respected, loved, and was a true friend to many that knew him. Frank still holds the LCC record for wrecked golf carts. 

Frank and his wife Aggie were married 56 years, and had seven children.  Frank Kuhn passed away on August 15, 2015.  He was 97 years old.