Historically, the Clubhouse has been the focal point of activity and social interaction since 1930. The Clubhouse's beautiful interior has gone through a number of changes; however, the Spanish designed exterior has had no noticeable changes.  The materials used to build the Clubhouse were native to Quivira; stone, steel, reinforced, concrete, brick, title and stucco and hardwood for the floors. 

Today, Lake Quivira Country Club is still the hotspot for social interaction, dining, events, meetings, entertainment and private functions. The dining room, bar, and seasonal patio provide a picturesque view of the glistening 224-acre lake while feasting on delicious food and delectable cocktails.  The Clubhouse's "Great Room", also located on the main floor, provides space for meetings, special events and private functions. If a larger space is needed, the third floor grand banquet room can accommodate up to 300 people.

For a group of golfers looking to quench their thirst or appetite after playing a round of golf, the casual 19th Hole, located on the first floor, is the place you'll find them. Also located on the first floor; are the men and women locker rooms, men's card room and a conference room used for small meetings.

One of the abundant amenities of being a member of Lake Quivira Country Club is complimentary room rental to hold any special event or corporate meeting; tie the knot, celebrate a milestone, commemorate an occasion. With our on-site Event Coordinator and the beauty and location of the Clubhouse, your event will be a home run.
 
   

                                                    





 

               
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