The Quechee Lakes community is made up of individuals who own a home site, a completed home or condominium; such ownership automatically confers membership in The Quechee Club. The members own and control all the amenities at Quechee Lakes. In February 1970, the Quechee Lakes Landowners’ Association, Inc. (QLLA) was formed to “hold, manage, regulate and maintain” the common land and amenities of the Quechee Development. In May of 1974, the construction of The Clubhouse was finished. This core facility encompasses a multipurpose banquet room and an attractive Grille Room. Also located at this facility: an indoor lap pool, outdoor swimming pool, squash court, health club complete with cardiovascular and circuit training equipment, sauna and locker rooms. The Golf Shop occupies the west end of The Clubhouse and commands sweeping views of the courses. The administrative offices of QLLA are also located in The Clubhouse. The Base Lodge, Tennis Pavilion and Murphy Farm round out the association’s buildings. Quechee Lakes Landowners have, through their Association, developed Vermont’s finest four season community. Everything you want for your vacation - be it spring, summer, fall or winter - can be found at Quechee Lakes.
QUECHEE LAKES LANDOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION, INC.
To provide the members with a quality four season community sensitive to the natural beauty of the valley.
1. Develop and enhance the sense of community and fellowship among our new members.
2. Preserve the natural beauty, rural character and setting of the valley.
3. Develop, operate and maintain a broad range of four-season amenities and activities for the benefit of our members and guests.
4. Recognize and respond to the diversity of our membership as policies are established and implemented.
5. Constantly improve the quality of all aspects of the Association’s performance.
6. Be a constructive and contributing member of our village, Town and State community.
7. Preserve and enhance all of the assets of the Association and its members.
8. Manage the Association to maximize its value to its members.
9. Provide the Association’s staff with challenging jobs, quality training, competitive compensation and opportunities for personal growth in a professional environment.