Quechee has a pastoral and idyllic feel of 19th century Vermont and its historic mills, covered bridges and rustic undertones are the very essence of traditional Vermont.
The Quechee Club is both home and host to many. A venue for destination weddings, retreats, corporate outings and events of all kind, our members invite you to enjoy the Club’s community year-round by way of amenities, recreation and special events.
The Quechee Lakes Landowners’ Association (QLLA) manages the common land and amenities. Anyone who owns a home site, a home or a townhome is a member of QLLA and that includes a membership to the Quechee Club. The Club’s amenities boast two of Vermont’s top ranked golf courses, 13 meticulously groomed ski slopes, as well as, an abundance of four-season recreational activities.
FOUR-SEASONS OF FAMILY FUN
Summertime pursuits at Quechee Lakes include tennis, kayaking and casting a line into the Connecticut River, one of New England’s largest waterways bordering 27 VT towns. Hikers and bikers have access to over 75 miles of wilderness trails that span from Quechee Lakes toward the Rockefeller National Historic Park located in Woodstock, Vermont. Quechee’s Lake Pinneo offers a beach and bathhouse, picnic area, playground, volleyball nets, horseshoe pits, boat rentals, paddleboards and canoes.
As the winter moves in, the golf courses and forested areas are converted into groomed Nordic and wilderness trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. In addition to 13 Alpine trails, a ski school and a rental outlet, the Club offers ice-skating, hockey ponds, horse-drawn sleigh rides and groomed sledding hills to complete the outdoor fun.
Quechee Lakes is recognized for its central location to many popular Vermont attractions. The Club is a short drive to major Ski Mountains like Okemo, Killington, Stratton and Stowe Mountain Resort. The Certified Quechee Rental Progam provides first-in-class lodging for renter-guests to call home-base as they travel to well-known VT destinations.
The Upper Valley is well-known for its culture and cuisine. The Club offers easy access to Dartmouth College and the Hopkins Center for the Arts, located in downtown Hanover, NH. Also within close proximity to Quechee village is Woodstock, Vermont, a quaint yet contemporary tourist destination that is noted for its cobblestone sidewalks and boutique shopping district.