Clubhouse

With an expansive terrace overlooking the lake and a cozy lodge atmosphere, the Biltmore Lake clubhouse provides a welcoming venue for gathering.  Year-round, residents and guests can curl up in front of the fireplace with a book from the exchange library, experience the beauty of a brilliant sunset over the mountains, sip on complimentary coffee, enjoy free wireless internet or simply meet a friend to catch up on recent news.

The clubhouse has a long-established social history since its opening as the Enka Lake Club in 1930.  Built by nearby Dutch textile manufacturer, American Enka Corporation, the clubhouse played host to events throughout the twentieth century. Today, Biltmore Lake is proud to continue that tradition by cultivating, encouraging, and organizing community activities.
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