The Highland Lakes Clubhouse is the center of our community, located adjacent to Beach 2, it hosts most of our Club sponsored activities & events.
On the Clubhouse lawn, at the base of our flagpole, you will find a Veterans Memorial that was dedicated on May 29, 2000, to honor our local veterans. An honorary service is held here each year by our Seniors Club on or around Memorial Day. The Club park, picnic, and dock areas border the property, providing opportunities for recreation to all members. Commonly referred to as the Main Lake, it is here that our active sailing fleets compete and boaters and fishermen regularly enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds us.
The Club is operated and managed by a talented and dedicated staff which includes a General Manager, an Administrative Assistant/Events Coordinator, Office Assistant, Accounting Manager, Communications Manager, Compliance Officer, Security, Maintenance Superintendent, Athletics Director, Clubhouse Director, Water Safety Director, along with seasonal employees like Lifeguards and recreational facility staff.
Working in cooperation with the office staff, hundreds of Highland Lakes residents work together on a voluntary service leading our Voting Board, committees, sailing program, swim team, sports, events, activities, and clubhouse programs.
Kidz Clubhouse is a program offered to provide social, artistic, and physical activities for the children in our community. Giving kids a club to call their own, we strive to encourage volunteerism, foster new friendships, and create meaningful memories through fun group activities and family friendly events.
CLICK HERE for the Kidz Clubhouse Summer Schedule.
Renting the clubhouse
The Clubhouse is available for rent for “Family Events” by members in good standing (as defined by the Club’s By-Laws) subject to Clubhouse activity and meeting schedule, until the third weekend in June and resumes after the weekend after Labor Day.
To rent any of the Club’s facilities, you are required to:
Read and sign the Club’s terms and conditions
(The rental agreement form is available in the Club office.)
Provide a security deposit.
Pay rental fees.
Provide a Certificate of Insurance meeting the Club’s specific requirements (which are detailed in the form).
Security Deposit: $250
Available for rent:
- Lake Room - $225
- Seckler & Craft Rooms - $225
- Kitchen - $25
- Dance Floor - $75
Rental periods are available for 5 hours plus 3 hours for prep and clean up.
You can refer to the Clubhouse Rental Agreement located in the TOPS Owners' Portal for the complete rules. The agreement must be signed in person at the Club office.