The Clubhouse

The Clubhouse is located at 751 Glebe Harbor Drive

Clubhouse Facilities include

The Rotunda, the largest room in the clubhouse, suitable for gatherings of up to 130 people.




The Hough Lounge accommodates up to 60 people and is frequently used for cards games, Mah Jongg, book club meetings, and our weekly happy hour.



A lending library is operated by a team of volunteers and loans out books donated by members




A game & activity room with a pool table, TV,  and space for exercise and ballet classes.




A kitchen supports activities held at the clubhouse




  • Users may also connect their own devices to the internet using the clubhouse wi-fi connection.  The password is posted in the clubhouse on the bulletin board outside the Hough Lounge.
  • The GHCPA office is also located in the clubhouse.

Normal Operating Hours: The clubhouse will be open for use during posted regular hours of operation when other events are not scheduled. For security reasons, the door may be locked when just one person is in the office. If so, please ring the doorbell or call the office at 804 472 3646 for access.

When the pool is open, users who have signed in may also access the clubhouse from the pool deck, but wet bathing suits are not permitted.

Users must have a Facility Access Card and may be asked to sign in and out.  Users may play pool, watch television, access the library and the internet wireless router.  Food preparation or cooking is prohibited without prior approval of the Clubhouse Manager.

Clubhouse Use by Children: Children under sixteen (16) years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult when using the Clubhouse.

Open Use Events: These are organized, scheduled activities that are open to all Property Owners, Associates, Guests and Lessees on a first-come, first-served basis. (Attendance may be limited by facility capacity.) GHCPA sponsored social events are scheduled and posted on the GHCPA web site.  Anyone desiring to plan and schedule an Open Use Event should contact the Clubhouse Manager. All open use events are scheduled on a first-come, first served basis.

Private Events: Property Owners who desire to hold a private event in the clubhouse, such as a family reunion, family birthday, wedding, or reception may rent all or part of the clubhouse facility.  Rentals are not covered by the Sanitary District Recreation User Fee, and are arranged and managed by the GHCPA.  Arrangements for private events should be made by contacting the Clubhouse Manager.  Rental applications and fees are available on the GHCPA web site ( and are established in the Rental and Group Use Fees for Use of Sanitary District Facilities.

Priorities: Requests by County officials for use of the Clubhouse to conduct County or Sanitary District business will have priority over all other uses.  Where other scheduling conflicts exist, priorities for reservations will be first come, first served.  If conflicting applications are submitted, Open Use Events will have priority over Private Events.

Service Animals Permitted in Clubhouse: Only service animals are permitted in the Clubhouse.