The Quechee Club offers an extraordinary experience to our members and guests. Regardless of the season, there is something for everyone in Quechee.
The club amenities include the health and fitness center, aquatics complex, 10 miles of extensive wilderness trails for hiking and biking, Lake Pinneo, racquet sports, two top-rated golf courses, and Ski Quechee.
Quechee’s golf facilities include Highland and Lakeland golf courses, two putting greens and driving range. Developed by Geoffrey Cornish, a world-famous golf course architect, he started with a valley full of ample trees, spring-fed ponds, pastures, rocky ledges, and dramatic ravines – then sculpted thirty-six challenging holes of championship golf. Whether old pros or young duffers, the golfers who have played the courses rave about them. Both eighteen-hole courses, from the first tee to the thirty-sixth green are truly remarkable. In 2011, Hurricane Irene devastated the Upper Valley with catastrophic flooding, the worse that the state has endured since 1927. Twenty-Seven of the Clubs’ thirty-six holes were destroyed which brought the community together to rebuild both courses. In 2015, the club had a re-grand opening of the courses only to find them both in better condition than before Irene. We owe homage to our hard-working grounds crew and committees whose vision came to fruition.
The Quechee Ski Hill-Ski Quechee which provides ice skating facilities, horse-drawn sleigh rides, has been called the best learn-to-ski Vermont destination. Home of the Quechee Ski Team, Ski Quechee has 13 trails and the Quadzilla chairlift which allows for guests to visit from all over the world and experience a true Vermont vacation. Away from the hustle and bustle of commercial resorts, Ski Quechee offers all the amenities of big name Ski Mountains with more of the tranquility you’re looking for. A true representation of the quintessential charm Vermont is known for today.
Health & Fitness Center
The Health & Fitness Center offers a wide variety of classes for all fitness levels. Their certified fitness professionals make sure there is something on the roster for everyone, to promote a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
River Trail: From the Red Barn and Quechee Clubhouse, the Ottauquechee Trail invites you to walk a gravel/asphalt path across the pedestrian bridge on the river, past Murphy Farm, and onto the shores of Lake Pinneo. This is an easy walk or bike ride for the entire family!
Section Five: The Section 5 Wilderness Trails system is located northeast of Quechee Main Street that spans over 780 acres. These year-round trails are suitable for all ages and include a special Dog Loop trail for your four-legged companion. In the wintertime, the trails are groomed for cross country skiing.
Interested in becoming a QLLA member? You can check out their All Things Queeche booklet
to learn more about their amenities and club events. If you’re inquiring about the Queeche Country Club’s Membership Prices, please click here
Make sure that you let them know that you are a guest staying at The Village Inn of Woodstock to take advantage of their discount rates. If you have any additional questions, you can contact The Village Inn of Woodstock
also. More information can be viewed at QuecheeClub.com