Create a Website Account - Manage notification subscriptions, save form progress and more.
You can bring a small cooler with snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. No commercial food, alcohol or glass can be brought into either Residents Club.
Infant flotation devices and noodles are permitted. No toys, balls, or other types of flotation devices are allowed.
Show All Answers
Yes. ALL children who are not fully potty trained must wear a disposable swim diaper, along with a reusable swim diaper.
Both may be purchased at the front desk of each club. A disposable diaper costs $1 and a reusable diaper costs $15.
Residents need to be at least 14 years of age to use the pools and fitness centers at both Residents Clubs.
Canta Mia residents can purchase an annual membership at the Community Services Office which will allow them to use the amenities at both clubs. Both Residents Clubs have restaurants that are open to the public so Canta Mia residents have access to those and no membership is needed.
Estrella offers a wide variety of fitness classes for every skill level and interest, and we also have several dedicated personal trainers eager to help based on your own personal activity needs.
If you are a certified instructor and are interested in starting a class that is not already offered, or if you would like to register as a certified personal trainer at the clubs, please contact the Community Services Office at 623-386-1112 to set up a meeting to discuss your ideas for the class and determine the day(s)/time(s) that work best for the class to meet.
Joining a Group or Club: All community groups and clubs are open to all residents of the community with an active membership. For information about a particular group and what they do, please contact the group directly.
Starting a Group or Club: All community groups and clubs must be open to all residents of the community with an active membership. There are other stipulations as well, for example, no one person nor entity can benefit either financially or via marketing or gaining of potential clients. For a complete list of guidelines, please review the Estrella Club Use Policy.
Once you decide you want to start your own group, contact the Community Services Office at 623-386-1112 to set up a quick meeting to discuss your idea. You will need to submit a completed application for group approval via email, or you can drop it off at the front desk of the Starpointe Residents Club.
Once the application has been approved, we'll help to promote the new group through our various avenues of marketing.