Behind the Community Pool, is our historic White Rock Lake, originally a rock quarry and then a pay fishing lake prior to the start of our subdivision. It is a private lake for residents of Charleston Harbor who may enjoy fishing, a stroll on the walking trail that follows the lake borders on the south, or just enjoying nature. Those who choose to fish are encouraged to catch-and-release, as most fish are likely polluted by insecticides and fertilizer run-off from the neighborhood. Our lake is a NO swimming lake.
Our Lighthouse on the peninsula of White Rock Lake is a recognizable landmark in the northland. It has upgraded LED lighting that is capable of changing color displays throughout the year. Memorial park benches will be added soon to our lake and lighthouse areas or the enjoyment of residents.
The Charleston Harbor Community Pool is the central gathering place within our community. It is located adjacent to White Rock Lake and the inlet Lighthouse.
The address of the Pool is 6715 N. Charleston Dr., Kansas City, Mo. 64119.
Our pool is now CLOSED for the 2019 season. The pool will open for the 2020 season over the Memorial Day weekend.
We have a phone (FOR EMERGENCY USE TO CALL 9-1-1) located in the pool house.
Our family friendly environment is a major draw for residents. The Charleston Harbor Homeowners Association community pool is available for pool parties during the pool season. Contact Brookwater Management to discuss arrangements and make a reservation.
Our Community Pool Is For Homeowners & Families Who Have Paid HOA Dues. Homeowners will need to use the POOL ACCESS CARD for entry into the pool area. Homeowners who are current on their HOA dues have had their POOL ACCESS CARD activated for the 2020 season. There will be NO ADMITTANCE to the pool without a Pool Access Card.
Your Charleston Harbor Homes Association Board and Landscape Committee invites residents to visit our newest amenity within the neighborhood: The North Quincy Commons (Park Area) located at NE 69th Terr. & N. Quincy Ave.
The area provides a beautiful overlook to the east with a wonderful view of the Kansas City Missouri Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The park provides a lowered private patio surrounded by a wall, plants and trees. A perfect place to sit, relax, do yoga, contemplate or reflect.
The third and final construction phase is scheduled for 2020. In the meantime, take time to drop by and have an experience.