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Club Amenities

Everything you need from a vacation home with none of the work! 

  • 24 bedrooms (some with air conditioning) with an assortment of beds from queen to twin size

  • Hot breakfast and dinner prepared by our House Manger.  His pickerel (walleye in the U.S.) is a member favorite!  Lunch available for large groups at an extra charge with advance notice.  Members provide their own alcohol.

  • 2 screened porches

  • Dining room where breakfast and dinner are served at 9am and 7pm

  • Living room with a large fireplace

  • Shared men’s and women’s rooms along with a full and half bath

  • Pickup and drop-off service at ferry terminal or airport on Pelee Island

  • Game rooms with antique billiard, snooker and ping pong tables as well as card tables

  • Use of kayaks and canoe

  • Use of Club vehicles on Island

  • Wireless internet access

  • Washer and dryer

  • Members’ wine lockers 

  • Outdoor games

  • Picnic tables

  • Gravel parking lot for members’ boats.  House Manager will take boats to and from the Canada mainland in the off season for an additional fee.

The Club is open from mid-April to late-November annually depending on the ferry schedule.  Rooms may be booked with 3 days’ notice.  Members are encouraged to bring guests based on availability.  Many great family reunions and parties with friends have been held at the Pelee Club.

 

A typical summer day starts with the House Manager ringing the bell for breakfast at 9am. Coffee is brewing and members meander to the table to enjoy breakfast together discussing the activities for the day.  Members often join each other for activities during the day…maybe a fishing trip, a bike ride to the Pelee Island Winery or Pelee Artworks, kayaking, searching for beach glass, floating in the lake or just relaxing on the porch with a book (and maybe taking a little nap).  Around 6pm members gather on the porch for cocktail hour, sharing stories of their days.  About 7pm, the bell will ring, the House Manager will serve dinner and the conversation continues.   After dinner, members and their guests may watch the sunset from the porch (every sunset is different!), make a fire and roast s’mores, play pool or ping pong on the antique tables or go out to hear music at a Pelee Island establishment.

 

The Club also hosts members and their guest for the fall Pheasant hunts.

The Club hosts an annual Walleye tournament and a Canada Day/Fourth of July picnic.