Phone: (925) 687-9961

Clubhouse: (925) 825-0250

Email: businessoffice@walnutcountry.com

Clubhouse

Contact

4465 South Larwin Avenue

Phone: (925) 825-0250
E-mail: businessoffice@walnutcountry.com

Hours

If you are interested in renting the Clubhouse for a private event, click here.

Clubhouse Hours:

  • Monday-Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday-Sunday: 12pm to 8pm

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Use

All users must check-in at the Clubhouse office and display a valid CHOA ID, or be associated with a valid user. Clubhouse use follows CHOA rules and guidelines. Residents may bring up to five guests to the Clubhouse; residents are responsible for their guests’ actions and behavior. Resident and guest badges may be purchased through the Clubhouse office.

Games and Sports

The Clubhouse offers the following games:

  • Shuffleboard
  • Air hockey
  • Table tennis
  • Two billiards tables
  • Exercise room: elliptical machine, treadmill, and weight machine. Users must be at least 16 years old, sign liability waiver, and sign-in at the Clubhouse office.

 

Homeowners may checkout equipment for any games for free. A valid CHOA badge or ID is required to use any equipment.

Event Rental

The Clubhouse may be rented, including a full kitchen and bar space, for your events and celebrations. Click here for more information.

Clubhouse Rules

  • Visitors must adhere to the directions of Clubhouse staff.
  • No alcoholic beverages are allowed in any area of the Clubhouse, with the exception of a rental event or Board-sanctioned activity.
  • No smoking in the Clubhouse; however, there is a designated smoking area outside the main entrance.
  • No animals, except guide dogs and service dogs, are allowed in the Clubhouse.
  • No bicycles, skates, scooters, skateboards, and the like are to be used in or near the Clubhouse.
  • No abusive/offensive language or profanity is allowed in the Clubhouse.
  • Abusive persons to Clubhouse staff or other visitors will be asked to vacate the premises, security officers will be summoned, and additional action may be taken including revoking CHOA privileges.