Guest Information

Welcome to Mount Vernon Country Club.
We look forward to serving you during your visit.

To help make your visit a pleasant one, please take a moment to review the following information:

Dress Code:

Mount Vernon Country Club has been providing its members and guests with a fine dining, social, and golfing experience for over half a century. MVCC has a style that is friendly and comfortable, yet still reflects the club’s commitment to understated elegance. The MVCC dress code is designed to enhance the experience of all members and guests as well as facilitating attracting new members to the club.

The attire at MVCC is Country Club Casual, which means clothing that is respectful of other members and their guests, neat and well maintained, and appropriate to the event and the location.

Clubhouse, golf course and practice facilities:

  • Gentlemen are required to wear shirts with collars and sleeves. Turtlenecks and mock turtlenecks are permitted. All shirts that are designed to be tucked in must be tucked in ( i.e. golf shirts, sports shirts).

  • Caps must be worn bill forward. Shoes must be appropriate for golf and metal spikes are prohibited.

  • Members and guests are requested to remove caps/visors/hat when in the main dining room at all times.

  • Overly revealing clothing, halter tops, bare midriffs and pool attire (including cover-ups, flip-flops and bare feet) are not permitted.

  • Clothing that is not appropriate includes blue jeans, cut-offs, gym, tennis, or running shorts, cargo shorts, warm-up, yoga or sweat suits.

Special occasions may require more formal attire or permit more casual dress.

Children age 10 and under are expected to be dressed appropriately at all times; children over age 11 are required to follow the dress code.

Members are responsible for adhering to dress code requirements and communicating them to their guests. Management reserves the right to request that members or guests change inappropriate attire before participating in club activities.
Questions or comments about the dress code should be directed to the General Manager.

Cell Phone / Electronic Devices Policy:

Cell phones and other electronic devices may be used to text, check email, read, or perform other silent activities anywhere on club premises.

Clubhouse
The use of cell phones to receive or make calls is prohibited in the Member’s Grill, the Dining Room, Sam’s Place, and the patio dining area, except for emergency situations. Emergency situations are defined as those involving life-threatening or safety-related issues. An individual receiving a call while in the Club should note the number and proceed to one of the “cell phone friendly areas” to return the call. Cell phone friendly areas include the locker rooms, exterior terraces (except when being used for dining), exterior walkways, and parking areas. Cell phones must be programmed for vibrate or silent mode while in the Club.
Golf Course
Cell phones are permitted on the golf course and practice facilities provided the ringer is programmed for silent or vibrate mode. Please respect those around you by only using your cell phone when necessary, in a quiet and considerate manner, and without delaying play.
Pool
The use of cell phones to make or receive calls is permitted in the pool area. Please respect those around you by only using your cell phone when necessary, and in a quiet and considerate manner.

Directions

From Washington

Cross the (14th or Memorial) bridge and take the exit to the southbound George Washington Memorial Parkway (to Alexandria/Reagan Airport). Proceed south on the Parkway (Washington Street through the City of Alexandria), continuing south on the Parkway along the Potomac River to George Washington's Plantation. At the circle fronting the Plantation exit on to Route 235 south and proceed to the second traffic light, Old Mill Road. Turn right on Old Mill and proceed about one mile to the Club entrance on the left.

From Northern Virginia/Montgomery County

Take the Capital Beltway (Route 495) around to exit 177A, Route 1 South/Fort Belvoir (immediately before the WW Bridge). Proceed approximately seven miles south to the light at Cooper Road (a McDonald's is on the left). Turn left at the light onto Cooper Road and proceed to the end (about three blocks) and turn right onto Old Mill Road. The Club entrance is immediately on the left.
Alternate Route:
Take the Capital Beltway (Route 495) around to exit 177B, Route 1 North (immediately before the WW Bridge). At the first stop light take a right onto Jefferson Street. Take the third right onto South Washington Street. Proceed south on the Parkway (Washington Street through the City of Alexandria), continuing south on the Parkway along the Potomac River to George Washington's Plantation. At the circle fronting the Plantation exit on to Route 235 south and proceed to the second traffic light, Old Mill Road. Turn right on Old Mill and proceed about one mile to the Club entrance on the left.


From Baltimore/Prince Georges County

Take the Capital Beltway (Route 495/I95) around to cross the WW Bridge, staying in the extreme right lane over the Bridge. Take exit 177A, Route 1 South/Fort Belvoir. Proceed approximately seven miles south to the light at Cooper Road (a McDonald's is on the left). Turn left at the light onto Cooper Road and proceed to the end (about three blocks) and turn right onto Old Mill Road. The Club entrance is immediately on the left.
Alternate Route:
Take the Capital Beltway (Route 495) around to exit 177B, Route 1 North (immediately before the WW Bridge). At the first stop light take a right onto Jefferson Street. Take the third right onto South Washington Street. Proceed south on the Parkway (Washington Street through the City of Alexandria), continuing south on the Parkway along the Potomac River to George Washington's Plantation. At the circle fronting the Plantation exit on to Route 235 south and proceed to the second traffic light, Old Mill Road. Turn right on Old Mill and proceed about one mile to the Club entrance on the left.


From Fredericksburg/Southern Virginia

Take I95 north to exit 166A, Fairfax County Parkway/Newington/Fort Belvoir. Proceed east on the Parkway toward Fort Belvoir/Route 1. The Parkway ends at Route 1, turn left (north) and proceed approximately 2 miles, through Fort Belvoir, to the light at Cooper Road (a McDonald's is on the right). Turn right on Cooper Road and proceed to the end (about three blocks) and turn right onto Old Mill Road. The Club entrance is immediately on the left.

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