Quechee Club—where good things happen.


QUECHEE, VERMONT: Over 75 percent of the state is forested with an estimated 3.4 billion trees covering Vermont. Its geography lies in a climate transition zone between the northern boreal forests and the southern deciduous forests, making for diverse vegetation.

Considering that one large tree can supply a day’s worth of oxygen for up to four people, it’s not a surprise that Vermont has been named “America’s Healthiest State” by the United Health Foundation for the fourth consecutive year.

More Than An Escape, A Way Of Life

One notable club in the Northeast with a long history of outdoor pursuits is Quechee Club. “Our combination of exclusive four-season amenities range from two Geoffrey Cornish designed courses to a family-friendly ski hill with two black diamond runs; a natatorium with lap lanes; the Lake Pinneo beach club with a sandy beach; and a racquet pavilion offering pickleball, squash, and platform tennis,” detailed Mike Keenan, director of racquet sports at Quechee Club.

“We have completed or are in the process of completing $8 million in renovations and expansions that include a new rackets sports complex with additional pickleball courts, a family recreation camp at Murphy Farm, and Lake Pinneo locker rooms,” continued a pleased Keenan. “Considering our racquet amenities had an impressive 111 percent jump in participation last year, it’s an investment that our membership will appreciate.

“I’m confident you will be impressed with our wide-ranging amenities, but our calendar of activities is where we really shine,” concluded Keenan. “Our Chip & Volley competition pairs golf and racquet sports in the same day. I consider it Quechee Club’s version of Ironman ‘lite’ with cocktails.”

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