More than twenty years ago, Trillium began with the vision of being more than just a country club, but rather becoming that special place where families can come to grow and make unforgettable memories together. That vision for Trillium is a reality. Today Trillium is a premier Club boasting the widest array of amenities on the Cashiers/Highlands plateau, long-range mountain and water views, the most family activities around and much, much more. Trillium has two distinct private restaurants on property. The Clubhouse, an upscale dining establishment located in the center of the community, and The Landings, a more casual establishment situated right on the shores of Lake Glenville. The 18-hole championship golf course was rated 4.5 stars by golf digest, and is arguably the most beautiful course in the mountains. With the best tennis facilities in the area, Trillium offers two outdoor and three indoor clay composite tennis courts. Trillium is also the only club with significant onsite waterfront property on Lake Glenville. You can dock your boat in one of our many boat slips or visit our private marina to rent a motorboat, kayak, canoe or paddleboard. Aside from the amenities, Trillium is one of the most active communities on the plateau. With nightly family events, annual holiday parties, Camp Trillium, junior golf and tennis camps, multiple member run clubs and much, much more, Trillium is truly where families belong.
Four families searching for ‘special place’ on the Cashiers/Highlands plateau came together and developed Trillium Links and Lake Club in 1998. With land planners and architects, Duany Plater-Zyberk, Stephen Fuller and Grenfell Architecture their vision came to life. Landscape architect, Phil Ward implemented the plan for the property. Rusty Culbreth is the remaining developer with a commitment and passion to provide a place ‘Where Families Belong’ to its members.