Rates | 2017 - MEMBERSHIP RATES




FULL MEMBERSHIP

Annual Fee
Adult (35 and over) $535.00
Young Adult (18-34) $275.00
Child (under 18) No Annual Fee

ASSOCIATE
MEMBERSHIP

Annual Fee

Daily Fee
Adult (35 and over) $150.00 $35.00
Young Adult (18-34) $150.00 $25.00
Child (under 18) No Annual Fee No Daily Fee

Full members pay membership fees by the year, have unlimited visits, pay no daily fees, may invite guests, can rent residential space from the Club or another member, have voting rights and may serve as members of the Board of Trustees.

Ask about all of the benefits of Full Membership when you visit!

Seasonal accommodations are available only to Full Members.

Associate Members pay membership fees by the year, have unlimited visits (with daily fees), may invite guests, can rent residential space on a daily or weekly basis (but not seasonal), may not vote and may not serve as a member of the Board of Trustees.

Ask about all of the benefits of Associate Membership when you visit!

Daily fees include use of all club facilities
(except overnight room and cabin rentals)


We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express credit cards, debit/ATM cards, and payments through PayPal.
A service charge of 3.65% will be added to all card and PayPal transactions.
Service charge is waived for new members' annual fees when paying at front office in-season.

All fees are subject to change.

Full or Associate? Which type of membership is right for you? To help you decide, please check out our Membership Guide!
FULL MEMBERSHIP or ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP
BENEFITS - ALL MEMBERS:
BENEFITS - FULL MEMBERS:
FEES

Associate Members pay an annual membership fee and a daily fee for every day they visit the club.

Full Members pay only a membership fee.

HOW TO CHOOSE:

Aside from the various benefits, consider the economics of the two types of membership.

If you anticipate spending only a few days per year at Rock Lodge, then an Associate Membership may be your best choice. The membership fee is lower, but because you also pay daily fees, the total cost of membership increases with the number of days you visit. So, if you are a young adult (under age 35), the cost of an Associate Membership equals the cost of a Full Membership after only 5 days. For adults age 35 and over, the break-even point is 11 days. Once you pass the break-even point, an Associate Membership costs more than a Full Membership and doesn't give you the added benefits.

If there is no question that you will exceed the break-even number of days, then a Full Membership makes sense.

If you aren't sure, then we can help!

UPGRADING YOUR MEMBERSHIP

If you purchase an Associate Membership and wish to upgrade to Full Membership before June 1, then the Associate Membership fee and any daily fees paid and applied toward the current season will be credited toward the Full Membership fee.

If you purchase an Associate Membership and wish to upgrade to Full Membership after June 1 but before spending a day at the club, then the Associate Membership fee paid will be credited toward the Full Membership fee.

After June 1 and visiting the club as an Associate Member, you can upgrade to Full Membership, but no credit will be given toward the upgrade during the current year.

After a season of Associate Membership in which the membership fee and daily fees paid and applied toward the current season exceed that season's Full Membership fee, 50% of all fees paid in excess of that season's Full Membership fee can be applied toward an upgrade in the next season.

For example:
During 2016, you were an Associate Member and visited the club 15 days during the season.
You paid $150 for your membership fee and $525 in daily fees for a total of $675. This was $140 over the 2016 Full Membership fee ($535).
If you upgrade to Full Membership at the start of the 2017 season, you can apply 50% of your excess 2016 fees ($70) toward your 2017 membership!

Please contact us at any time to discuss your membership!