• Join The Quarry

    The property hasn't changed much since the early days. Filled with spring water, the Quarry remains hidden in the woods, surrounded by a natural environment.

  • Enjoy The Summer

    You can see egrets, bass and sunfish, turtles, and you can always catch a frog. Nearby, there are resident beavers in the Simpaug Pond, which is owned by the Town of Bethel, and they continue to build their mud dams during the off-season.

  • And Make Memories

    Active participation means you and your family, as current members of Limekiln have the responsibility to safeguard, nurture, protect, and most importantly, enjoy this great legacy.

WHO WE ARE

Member-owned since 1962, the Limekiln Swimming Association's property hasn't changed much since those early days. Filled with spring water, the Quarry remains hidden in the woods with no running water or electricity. There is a portable bathroom as well as a campground. Members share the responsibility to safeguard, nurture, protect, and most importantly, enjoy this great legacy.

WHAT TO DO

Along with just enjoying the Quarry beach there are activities. Swimming classes are offered. The camping and BBQ area may be requested for parties. Members are encouraged to participate in the annual spring clean up held every year in order to get the Quarry ready for the season.

Forms and Info

Swim Classes

Classes held TBD
Session 1 dates: TBD
Session 2 dates: TBD
View and Download Form

Preschool

Ages 3-5:
Time TBD

Level A

Beginner Age Kindergarten and up:
Time TBD
Should not be fearful of water.

Level B

Moderate/Advanced:
Time TBD
Should know the basics of freestyle and be able to go into the deep end with assistance.

Contact

Please email our Membership Director with any questions about joining.

 

President:
Mike Zadlo - 203-300-5421 / 203-515-5698

Secretary:
Robin Taylor - 503-349-7887 / robertantaylor2017@gmail.com

Membership Director:
Kim Romero - 203-253-2162 / bethelctquarry@gmail.com

Treasurer:
Melanie Ryan - 203-798-7132 / limekilnswimmingassociation@gmail.com

Conservation Director:
Robert Eckenrode - 203-606-9781

Key Master:
Audrey Stejskal - 203-830-3054