Aspetuck Valley Country Club

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About

Aspetuck Valley Country Club is nestled on spectacular, rolling, wooded acres along the beautiful Aspetuck River in Weston, Connecticut. We are a friendly, family-oriented club with an informal atmosphere and outstanding golf, racquets, pool and restaurant facilities. 

We offer a rare combination of spectacular natural beauty, a diverse and involved membership, first-class amenities and a highly experienced management team and support staff. Our membership assures open access to our facilities and athletic or social programs. Aspetuck does not have tee-times and boasts 11 tennis courts, allowing access to these activities easy!  Aspetuck is widely known for its world - class dining program.

We remain committed to enhancing members’ enjoyment with ongoing improvements to our physical property and our activities. We are equally dedicated to preserving the natural beauty of our property, which is recognized by Audubon International as one of 697 Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries worldwide.

Directions

  • From New York
  • From Hartford
  • Take Merritt Parkway (Route 15) east/north to exit 44/Black Rock Turnpike (Route 58).
  • Turn left at the end of the ramp and then left again at the traffic light onto Route 58 north. (The Hi-Ho Motel will be on your right).
  • Follow Route 58 North to the traffic light (junction with route 136).
  • Turn left onto Route 136.
  • Turn right onto Old Redding Road at stop sign.
  • The club will be on your right about a mile up a winding road, enter just past the tennis courts.
  • Take Merritt Parkway (Route 15) west/south to exit 44/Black Rock Turnpike (Route 58).
  • Turn left at the off ramp traffic light, then right onto Route 58 North (The Hi-Ho Motel will be on your right).
  • Follow Route 58 North to the traffic light (Junction with route 136).
  • Turn left onto Route 136.    
  • Turn right onto Old Redding Road at stop sign
  • The club will be on your right about a mile up a winding road, enter just past the tennis courts.