WNC Community

From the Blue Ridge Parkway to the Biltmore House, Western North Carolina is full of iconic sites. While people across the country dream of experiencing the fall leaf change in the mountains or Christmas at the Biltmore, it’s simply part of life for residents at The Cliffs at Walnut Cove. This private community is about so much more than luxury properties and golf. It’s about taking advantage of all Western North Carolina and Asheville have to offer, from hiking and craft beer to fine dining and theatre, all within minutes of your dream home.

The Cliffs Communities

Set among nearly one million acres in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, between Greenville, SC and Asheville, NC, you’ll find seven unique, private communities designed to take full advantage of their spectacular natural surroundings – And a membership in one community gives you access to them all, from the crystal blue waters of Lake Keowee to the undisturbed mountain vistas of the Pisgah National Forest.

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Private Club Information

Owned and operated by The Cliffs Club and Hospitality Group, there is one private club in each community. The Club at Walnut Cove includes access to the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, state-of-the-art wellness center, tennis courts, and dining facilities…and with one membership, you have access to the unparalleled amenities and events across all seven communities. Experience every golf course, clubhouse, marina, beach club, hiking trail – the list goes on and on. This makes Walnut Cove one of the best golf communities in North Carolina mountains.

All property owners may apply for membership. Acceptance is at the sole discretion of The Cliffs Club and Hospitality Group.

Walnut Cove Members Association

Walnut Cove Members Association (WCMA)
Contact: Karen Spacek
901.490.5757 | karenlspacek@aol.com

The Walnut Cove Members Association (WCMA) is comprised of a group of The Cliffs at Walnut Cove property owners who are interested in supporting local nonprofit charities. First and foremost they are a philanthropic group, but also plan a variety of unique events that are exclusive to their members.

The WCMA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that raises money through member dues, donations, and their annual “Weekend of Giving” fundraising events. At the end of each year, these funds are distributed to a variety of local charitable organizations in which their members are actively involved.

Since its inception in 2007, WCMA has awarded over 300 grants, totaling more than $1.2 Million, to a diverse range of nonprofits serving Western North Carolina.