Club Platinum membership initiation fee included with the purchase of any Spruce Peak developer residence.
Forged from a proud heritage of Green Mountain-loving families, The Club offers exclusive insider access for residents and members. Share member perks and curated events, from the fairways to the slopes with exclusive personalized service and family-friendly amenities (including kids club and adventure center). Mingle with members and residents (soon to be friends) over farm-to-table gatherings at our private Alpine Club House. Decompress within our 21,000 square-foot Spa & Wellness Center, or pursue peak fitness at our state-of-the-art gym. Our club is where you belong. We can't wait to welcome you to our big, happy mountain family.
The club you and your family have been waiting for…
Now accepting membership applications:
Legacy Membership available for $150,000
Platinum Memberships starting at $60,000
Gold Memberships available for $15,000
Annual dues options starting at $4,800
Stowe’s All-Season Family Club. Choose from Membership Options that include:
36 Holes of golf including The Mountain Course at The Club, #1 course in the Northeast
The Spa, Fitness Center and Pool located at The Lodge
Members have exclusive Alpine Clubhouse, The Cottage and Octagon private dining privileges
Valet parking steps from the slopes
Ski storage and Alpine Club access
Unlock the Best of Stowe and Beyond
Complimentary fitness classes
Destination Pro-Am Golf Tournaments
Access over 100 exclusive private golf courses including The Club
Select discounts at Stowe Country Club and The Club
Experience Club social events such as the sledding party, martini party, holiday party and more!
How to become a member
Every home purchase comes with membership benefits- please call our sales office at 877-977-7823 or email us to learn more.
This is the course that has caught the attention of the golfing world. The Mountain Course at The Club, recognized by Golf Magazine as one of the "Top ten new courses in the United States that you can play," meanders along the slopes of Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak, reaching an elevation of more than 1,800 feet.