Highland Lakes

Country Club and Community Association


The Highland Lakes Clubhouse is the center our community – located adjacent to Beach 2, it is where many Club activities and committee meetings are held. Our administrative offices are housed within the building, as is an Activities Center and snack bar. The present Clubhouse was dedicated and presented to the membership in 1958 by John Seckler and S. Clayton Shepperd of Seckler & Shepperd, Inc. which purchased land and began developing Highland Lakes in 1935 as a seasonal community. (Read more about the Club’s history.)

The Clubhouse is one of the Club’s greatest assets – it was designed and constructed as a seasonal facility but has been winterized and modernized over the course of its life. The Clubhouse consists of the Seckler Room (which is the large room with the stage), the Craft and Pool rooms, and the Lake Room (the carpeted room with the deck located on the lakeside of the building), as well as offices and a commercial kitchen.

On the Clubhouse lawn you will find a Veterans Memorial that was dedicated on May 29, 2000, at the base of our flagpole to honor our local veterans – an honorary service is held here each year by our Seniors Club on or around Memorial Day. A maintenance building, which stores Club vehicles and supplies, is adjacent to the Clubhouse, and the Club park, picnic and dock areas border the property, providing opportunities for recreation to all members.

To the right of the swim lanes, the Clubhouse lawn meets a gentle hill where you will find a bench that affords a beautiful view of our largest lake. Commonly referred to as the Main Lake, it is here that our active sailing fleets compete and boaters and fisherman regularly enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds us. Take a seat… sit for bit… enjoy it.

Clubhouse Rules:

In an effort to keep the Clubhouse well-maintained and suitable as a gathering space for all members, it is expected that members will honor simple rules of good conduct.

  • Children should be supervised by a responsible adult.
  • No one should enter the Clubhouse with a dripping wet bathing suit.
  • Ride-on toys are not permitted anywhere in the Clubhouse.

The Clubhouse is a great space for Members to rent for their private, family-oriented gatherings. Rentals are not permitted during the late-June through Labor Day period due to the continued use of the Clubhouse and its grounds throughout the summer months. Contact the Club office for details and scheduling.

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