Our fitness room is located in the lower level of the clubhouse, adjacent to both the men’s and women’s locker rooms. Fitness equipment includes treadmills, stationary bikes, cardio equipment and free weights. Several local personal trainers are available for your personal training needs, and sessions are available at discounted rates for our members. Training sessions are available individually or in a package, by appointment, and may be charged to your member account for your convenience. Our trainers are also available for complimentary equipment demonstrations and training tips.
Use of our well-equipped Fitness Room is included as an amenity to all membership classifications. Our Fitness Room offers a wide array of cardio and strength equipment, free weights, and room for fitness classes. A 2006 remodeling project allowed us to expand the Fitness Room and offer additional training equipment. We have also teamed with local fitness professionals to offer personal training options and nutrition advice for our members.
Locker Room Facilities
Our men's and women’s locker rooms feature shower facilities and such amenities as hair dryers, towels and toiletries. Shoe shine service is also available. All members are welcome to use our locker facilities while at the Club. Large and small lockers are available for rental on an annual basis.
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to a tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer wiffle ball.
Although pickleball appears to be very similar to tennis, there are key differences that make pickleball more accessible to a wider range of players, particularly children and seniors. Chief among these differences is the speed of the pickleball ball which typically moves at one-third of the average speed of a tennis ball. Equally important, however, is the size of the court which is just under one-third of the total area of a tennis court. This smaller area combined with the slower moving ball makes pickleball much easier to play than tennis.
All member classifications are welcome to enjoy the use of our two outdoor tennis courts. We offer tennis instruction for adults and a summer sports camp for children that includes golf, sports conditioning, and tennis.
Cross Country Skiing, Snow-Shoeing and Sledding
All members are welcome to take to the course for snow-shoeing and cross-country skiing during the winter months. We have our own cross country trail set machine that is pulled behind a snowmobile, and the trail is groomed three days a week, usually Monday, Wednesday and Friday depending on the wind drifts and snowfall accumulation.
The trailhead begins in the parking lot next to the bag drop area. The trail follows the right side of holes 10, 11 and 12 then turns north around the 13th tee. It winds through the pines on the right of 15, and turns right down the second half of 17. It curves around the back of 17 green, behind 18 tee and ties back into the trail next to 10 green. This is where you can catch the loop again if you wish. The entire trail, one time around and back to the parking lot, is one mile. Feel free to bring your snow shoes to the club and explore the golf course in the winter.
Just outside the clubhouse offers a great opportunity for families to sled at the Club. School snow days or weekends. are always popular. Grab your sled or a tube and head up to the Club! Warm up inside the 19th Hole following your sledding experience.