• Membership

  • The mission of the Lenox Club is to provide our members a haven that fosters social, cultural, intellectual, and athletic interests and activities. It is a place to meet like-minded people from the community, form enduring friendships, and make memories that last a lifetime. Our membership boasts a lively and diverse group; many live year-round in the Berkshires, while others enjoy vacation homes here.

    Potential new members are encouraged to tour the Club with us. We offer various types of membership:

  • Resident Family

    Family, living in one household, including two adults one of whom has reached his/her 40th birthday, and who reside within a 60 minute drive (determined by Google Maps) of the Lenox Club.

  • Resident Single

    Adult who has reached his/her 40th birthday and is living in a household without spouse or partner, and who resides within a 60 minute drive (determined by Google Maps) of the Lenox Club.

  • Intermediate

    Family of one or two adults neither of whom has reached his/her 40th birthday.

  • Junior

    Family of one or two adults neither of whom has reached his/her 30th birthday.

  • Non-Resident Family

     Family of two or more who reside outside a 60 minute drive (determined by Google Maps) of the Lenox Club.

  • Non-Resident Single

     Single person who resides outside a 60 minute drive (determined by Google Maps) of the Lenox Club.

  • Leave of Absence

    A member who expects not to use the services of the Club for two or fewer years may apply to the Board of Governors for a Leave of Absence (LOA). A LOA applies over one full fiscal year and may be extended for not more than one additional year upon further application to the Board of Governors. During an LOA the member shall not be eligible to use the services of the Club, but may visit the Club and participate in Club activities, use the tennis courts and other facilities only as a guest of an active member and no more than three times a year.