As a centerpiece to the community, the clubhouse brings Ocean View Beach Club to life. Its exterior reflects the character of neighboring shore towns and the “Quiet Resort” area of its nearby Bethany Beach. The 8,000 sq/ft interior has been methodically designed to cater to a multitude of uses, all while ensuring the experience exceeds expectations.
Designed by leading industry experts, the Ocean View Beach Club fitness center is equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and strength-training machines.
Luxury spa inspired with head to toe wellness in mind, our sauna, steam and massage rooms are located in the men’s and women’s individual locker rooms. Upon entering each room homeowners will find spacious lockers, private bathrooms and private showers. Walking further down the locker room corridor you’ll enter an area hosting a private sauna…
Offering a resort-level experience, the outdoor pool has something for everyone. Homeowners can enter the pool area from the fitness center, across the hall from the locker rooms, or through a patio between the clubhouse and indoor pool. As you enter the patio and sundeck you’ll be greeted with well-manicured gardens and a waterfall creating a relaxing and gratifying landscape…
Located between our indoor and outdoor pools, the multipurpose sports courts are a great place to get together with friends and family. The courts are designed to suit a number sports, including but not limited to basketball, pickleball and tennis.
The abundance of nature, natural landscapes and overall sense of well-being are front and center to the design of Ocean View Beach Club. Industry leading landscape architects and fitness experts helped to create a connected community with an expansive trail network, bike-friendly streets and abundance green space and gardens.
Located less than 1/2 mile from the Ocean View Beach Club community entrance is the Guy Street Kayak and Paddleboard Boat Launch. This ramp provides immediate access to the 97 acre Assawoman Canal that that connects to the Indian River Bay on the north end and the Little Assawoman Bay to the south.