Although less expensive than the other memberships, the tennis only membership requires the purchase of a one-time $350 bond. This type of membership only allows access to our lighted tennis courts. It is designed for those who play tennis, but do not want to use our pool facilities.
Purchase a bond with a one-time payment of $350. With a bonded membership you pay a lower seasonal dues rate than the rate paid by annual members. Given the discounted rate, bonded memberships pay for themselves in less than 5 years, and the discounted rate continues every year.
Bonded members have voting privileges within the club.
Annual members do not have voting privileges within the club and do not pay the one-time bond fee.
August Special Family Swim and Tennis - $125
Rates apply to those of age 60 and over by Labor Day 2017. When registering for a senior rate, you must send a copy of your driver’s license or alternate ID. Only one individual of a married couple must be age 60 to qualify. This discount is for senior citizen households only. It does not apply to younger families having a senior living with them.
Memberships are available for the 2018 season. For over 50 years, Twin Farms has welcomed new members. Our facility is nestled in a quiet area surrounded by mature trees that provide a comfortable atmosphere even on the hottest of summer days. If you have any questions, please contact Mary Lombardo at email@example.com.
Family membership shall be extended to all persons in a household who qualify as dependents of the dues paying member under Federal Income Tax rules. Membership may also be extended to not more than two non-dependant family members living permanently in the same household. Additional persons with legal residence in the household may use the Club's facilities by paying normal guest fees or, upon written explaination to and permission from the Board of Directors, by paying a season guest fee for each such person. The season guest fee for 2017 is $125.
Single membership is defined as a single person household with no dependents as defined under Federal Income Tax rules, and does not extend to non-dependent family members living permanently in the same household.