Bringing families together, exploring common interests, and making visions come alive...
Hunting Hills Country Club is a family-oriented “home away from home” for our members and their guests. A well-known neighborhood, restaurant, and a place for adults to relax while their kids are at play. We are a club where life-long memories and friendships are made for all.
Parties at the pool, festivals in the Fall, live music, wine dinners, Sunday brunches, and many more occasions all year long. Through every season, we have a reason for families and friends to spend time together.
Find your hidden talent or master a hobby with friends, children, or spouses. We have several areas of involvement including yoga, fitness classes, golf & tennis camps, Hound-Dog Swim team, and academic camps.
Our mission is to make your vision come true for any occasion. Our directors and staff have experience in a wide variety of events such as weddings, reward ceremonies, anniversaries, corporate meetings, business lunches, birthday parties, and so much more. We would love to accommodate you and your guests in any of our spaces.
HHCC Founder - Gordon C. Willis
Over forty-five years ago, the Hunting Hills country club was conceived in the mind of one of Roanoke Valley's most respected, life-long residents, businessman Gordon Willis, Sr.
A visionary with a propensity for achieving the impossible, Mr. Willis labored diligently to create a respite for good golf, tennis, swimming, and social gatherings among those of like interests. Mr. Willis' vision was not a new idea; there were two area private golf and country clubs in Roanoke at the time. However, his vision was one that would create a neighborhood of family and friends who would not only use the upscale Country Club facilities but would also build their homes around the carefully sculpted and designed Golf Course, in gently rolling hills surrounded by towering virgin forests and natural wildlife.
It was not an easy endeavor to develop the Hunting Hills area, however, Mr. Willis took the challenge, put in roads and utilities, supervised the construction, and worked tirelessly gaining the confidence of a multitude of business executives and families who chose to invest in his vision. With other visionaries like developer T. A. Carter and banker, John W. Boyle; and with the support of the community, the project weathered a slow economic climate (with record high-interest rates) and a slow home-buying environment to become a Crown Jewel of Roanoke.
Today, we celebrate many years of family, service, and excellence!