QUECHEE, Vermont – It takes only one visit to The Quechee Club to know it’s a special place!
How do I know? Because I’ve been there three times in the last four summers, and its on my radar for 2022!
Quechee is one of those unique places that sends out good vibes whether you’re sitting on Dewey’s Deck overlooking the magnificent Green Mountains, wondering where Outtaquechee River begins and ends or blasting your way out of a greenside bunker on the back nine at Highland Course.
Yes, it’s that good and here are a few reasons why.
Quechee offers a diverse and active lifestyle for all ages with over 5,500 acres of quiet woods, clean landscape and a vibrant community.
With few East Coast clubs offering a true year-round variety of amenities, The Quechee Club offers a four-season lifestyle experience. The club offers two championship golf courses – (Lakeland and Highland), indoor/outdoor pools, racquet sports, skiing, fitness center, lakeside beach (Lake Pinneo) and watersports, and three restaurants.
Set amidst an environmental landscape in the heart of the Green Mountains, The Quechee Club radiates with naturally beauty. The rural character is paramount while offering access to recreational activities throughout the year.
Today, the Upper Valley residential area, known as Quechee Lakes, is home to more than 1400 residents who enjoy quiet country living with plenty to experience at Quechee Club.
In winter months, the club’s Ski Quechee is widely recognized as a family- and beginner-friendly ski area with ski lift operation, groomed downhill and cross-country trails, and renowned ski school and competitive ski team, all open to the local community.
The Quechee Club’s two 18-hole Geoffrey Cornish-designed courses are available to members, guests, and property renters from mid-April to early-November. From spring flowers and plush green summer scenes to autumn leaves, the courses’ picture-postcard-perfect landscape changes with the four seasons.
The Lakeland Course measures 6,671 yards winding along the Ottauquechee River and Lake Pinneo. The course is busy every day but tees times are gettable.
The Highland Course is a must-play. Let’s insert the word ‘challenging” here to modestly describe your adventure on the 6,840-yard layout. Highland Course is built along a mountainside and provides scenic vistas with lots and lots and lots of elevation changes.