ABOUT CRYSTALAIRE COUNTRY CLUB
We're glad you stopped by. Read on for a glimpse into the rich history of Crystalaire Country Club, its unique amenities, and all the info you might need before you visit.
Crystalaire Country Club is situated on the Northern slopes of the San Gabriel Mountains in the Antelope Valley, just twenty-five miles from the cities of Palmdale, Lancaster, and Victorville. The challenging, 7,000 yard, 18 hole championship course, with its lightning fast bent grass greens will test the ability of all, ranging from the low handicap player to the distinctive Private Country Club Member.
Our lodge dining room has seen many years of celebrations, holidays, birthdays, and championships. We pride ourself on the legacy brought to us by our faithful generations of patrons and our quality menu and service.
We have two tennis courts for your enjoyment. The courts are lighted for night time use and feature a backboard and practice machine. The courts are the perfect place for a friendly family match or a contest of skill. The tennis courts are available to regular members at no additional charge.
Summers wouldn't be the same without our full size swimming pool which features an adjacent snack bar and a game room. Ready for all ages, the pool is a place for gathering, celebrating, and simply soaking up the sun.
The "Big Lake" is where we hold our annual Father's Day Fishing Derby. A favorite memory for all members is seeing every inch of the shore lined with children of all ages hoping to catch the 'big one'. Bass are plentiful throughout the year and trout are stocked regularly. Fishing is included within the regular membership fee.
EXPLORE NEARBY ATTRACTIONS
A world away from the bustle of LA, yet within arms reach for any weekend getaway, the Lodge provides quaint and private accommodations for getting away from it all. Members often drive up for the weekends from both the North Valley and Santa Clarita Valley for a relaxing stay. We also provide campgrounds for a getaway under the stars. Contact us at (661) 944-1231 for more information.
WRIGHTWOOD MOUNTAIN HIGH
Just 25 minutes away, The Big Pines Region of the Angeles National Forest is rich in skiing heritage. More than 80 years ago, winter enthusiasts made their way up Highway 2 to a ski resort near Los Angeles to sled, slide, and ski at Big Pines Park. Mountain High is proud to recognize the forefathers who laid the groundwork for what it is now.
AV INDIAN MUSEUM
A mere 20 minutes away, the AV Indian Museum is a unique and fascinating place to visit. Its collection of Native American artifacts is educational, and makes for an exciting experience when paired with the several nature trails available. The website itself has a treasure trove of information and thousands of photographs of artifacts.
DEVILS PUNCHBOWL PARK
Just 20 minutes away, The Devil’s Punchbowl is a unique 1,310 acre geological wonder where visitors can walk, hike, or take a horseback ride on a 7.5 mile round-trip trail through a deep canyon formed by the runoff of large quantities of water from the higher San Gabriel Mountains. You can also explore the landscape of Joshua trees, California Junipers, Pinyon Pine Woodland and Desert Chaparral shrubs while observing the variety of wildlife or visiting the Nature Center.
ZIPLINES AT PACIFIC CREST
Craving excitement? Look no further. Ziplines at Pacific Crest are located just 75 miles from Los Angeles, right above Rancho Cucamonga in the San Gabriel Mountains next to Mountain High Resort. Both of their zipline courses are built in the trees, enabling you to truly be in the environment, zipping from one platform to the next.
ST. ANDREWS ABBEY
The Monastic Community at Valyermo was founded in China in 1929 by the Abbey of Sint Andries Zevenkerken of Brugge, Belgium. In 1955, the community relocated to Valyermo in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains. Since that time, the monks have sought to live out St. Benedict's precept to "prefer nothing to the love of Christ" in the High Desert of Southern California.
Appropriate traditional golf attire required.
No jeans, short shorts, tank tops, tee shirts with graphics or metal spiked shoes, please.