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Community Amenities

Take a look at the amenities offered by Glenmore Community and we think you'll agree these contribute to a great lifestyle.

A Gated Community for Peace of Mind
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The Club at Glenmore is is a private golf, tennis, and social club set amidst Glenmore's beautiful homes and neighborhoods. Join your neighbors for a challenging round of golf, a tennis or pickleball match, social time at the Glenmore Grill or bar, or just chilling at either of the pools. Please note that The Club at Glenmore is not formally associated with the Glenmore Community and requires a separate club membership. 


Glenmore has set aside a dedicated recreation area for residents and their guests to enjoy including a Dog Park, Soccer and Lacrosse Field, Basketball Court and Batting Cage. 

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Close by your front door, Glenmore offers a network of paved sidewalks and naturalized paths allowing you to tailor your daily walking route. Within a short distance, you can find yourself away from the roads or other distractions and walking amid our beautiful central Virginia countryside. Our trail maps can be downloaded to take with you and trailheads are marked with signs.  

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RV Storage Lot

While not formally affiliated with Glenmore Community, a RV storage lot is conveniently situated within the community near the recreation fields. You may contact the owner, Peter Sorensen, at (434) 242-9432.

Nearby Attractions

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The University of Virginia is one of America's leading public universities consistently ranking in the top 10 of all institutions of higher learning.  Founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia was envisioned to be a bold experiment – a public university designed to advance human knowledge, educate leaders and cultivate an informed citizenry. More than two centuries later, this vision is thriving.

Get to know Thomas Jefferson—author of the Declaration of Independence and the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom, third president of the United States, and founder of the University of Virginia-- by visiting and touring Monticello, his home.

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