It's hard to believe, but Lake Arrowhead Country Club (LACC) was once a cow pasture. THAT'S RIGHT! Because the area was all about logging in the late 1800's and early 1900's, the work horses and cows needed a grazing area and LACC was it!
That all changed in 1963 when Lake Arrowhead Country Club was constructed as large a-frame clubhouse. Some of the celebrity guests at the grand opening included Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin and Tony Bennett. Then in 1978, members of the club purchased the course, club house and tennis courts and turned it into a private, member-owned Country Club, as it is TODAY.
Members not only have this beautiful course to play on, other amenities with membership include tennis, swimming or plain old relaxing on their aquatic deck. There's no better way to spend a day in my book!
Perhaps you have a function coming up: wedding, anniversary or other important event. The Club House staff can handle "most" anything. What a setting to have a party, don't you agree?
Members may dine at the Club every day. However, during spring and fall, hours are reduced and the menu selections are changed. Even though the Clubhouse is open all year, in the winter, only pre-scheduled parties and events are held.... speaking of winter, there is nothing more gorgeous than this golf course with a blanket of fresh snow covering it.
Along the north side of Lake Arrowhead Country Club is Grass Valley Park. This little jewel is a perfect place to take family and friends for a picnic. There are picnic tables, barbeque's, restrooms and children's play equipment. Grass Valley Lake is also adjacent to the park and the golf course. ONLY ducks can swim here!
As you're golfing or driving around this area, you'll see a variety of homes and cabins, either on the course itself or the surrounding area. Prices of homes vary in this neighborhood. E-mail or call for a list of golf course properties.
Like most places in Southern California,lLake Arrowhead Country Club (Lake Arrowhead) is only a few hours, or less, away. Actually, regardless of where you live in Southern California, you're fairly close to the mountains, desert or beaches.