I attended a wedding there on 4/19/14 and the staff did a wonderful job. The wedding party suites were amazing, Huge area's with pool tables, poker tables multiple big screens tv's and dressing rooms. Great way to pass a few hours before the event. The outdoor area was wonderfully cared for and the huge waterfall was a beautiful backdrop for the outdoor wedding. Their was always plenty of staff at the bars to there was never a line and the food was amazing. Great facility for a wedding!! The one I attended was 150 people. Not sure about the pool and golf facilities as I belong to another club and didn't was only at Scioto Reserve for a wedding.
Scioto Reserve is classic image of Suburbia: manicured lawns, humble houses with colorful sidings, and an adorable country club pool complete amenity facilities that look like little red barns. Aww.
The pool is spacious, clean, and directly in the sun. Good if you like tanning and good at keeping the pool warm. Be careful getting in and out of the water; the metal railings are scalding hot on a 100º day, as is the concrete surrounding the area.
Scioto Reserve even has a community garden where residents can grown their own produce. And yes, it has a little red barn nearby as well.
Quiet, relaxing, and resort-like, Scioto Reserve is the perfect place for a condo lifestyle where all you can hear are crickets and birds.
Great pool area, reminds me of a resort in a few ways. Good golf course. Nice banquet facility. Friendly staff.
This used to be a golf and health and fitness club. I belonged from day 1 and loved it -- especially the pools. It has a large family pool, an infant pool and an adult only pool with lap lanes. I love to swim there. Then a year or two ago the owners decided it was not making enough money so they took out the health and fitness section and changed it to a country club and event center. In my opinion the place was ruined. I am not interested in the activities they offer nor do I play golf. When the locker rooms were removed they removed any way to shower and change before going home. All they have are a few outdoor showers in which to rinse off. I hate having to go home without showering the chlorine off of me. And I do have to go directly home -- no going from the pool on to other errands or activities -- because I have to shower and change. The only way to get to the pool is by very tall and steep steps. Even the wheelchair ramp is steep and very long. I have very arthritic knees. On many days I cannot get up the steep steps to the pool so I miss out on swimming. The pools are still great, but they are hard to get to and there is no locker room with showers. I hear that the owners are making more money now, but they sure ruined the place for many of us.