About the Quechee Club
Nestled in Vermont’s most beautiful valley, you will find a homespun Vermont village community known as Quechee Lakes. Having grown from picturesque rolling farmlands to the destination it is today, one cannot help but step-foot in Quechee, without succumbing to its peace, tranquility and magic.
The Village is a small town rich in heritage. Everything about it is a demonstration of the fundamental culture Vermont is well-known for today. Initiated close to half a century ago, Quechee Lakes was a vision of developed land, to host families of all ages as a premier four-season resort community.
The Quechee Club, with its wide open post and beam architecture, houses Davidson’s restaurant and Dewey’s Deck, overlooking the Ottauquachee River. The Club is well known for two of Vermont’s most acclaimed golf courses, which are converted into more than 10 miles of top-notch Nordic trails in winter months. The ice skating facilities, horse-drawn sleigh rides and The Quechee Ski Hill, has been called the best learn-to-ski Vermont destination for more than forty years. With 13 trails and the Quadzilla chairlift, guests visit from all over the world to experience a true Vermont vacation. When you’re ready to get in out of the cold, The Club has an indoor pool, racquet courts, and eateries where you can cozy up next to a roaring fire and enjoy chef inspired creations. Away from the hustle and bustle of commercial resorts, 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.