The Dune Acres Clubhouse is part of the Town park complex. It was completed in 1925 and officially opened for use in 1926. It was during this time that many of the Town's classic log cabins were built. At the center of early town life was a Guesthouse, a small hotel that had twelve guestrooms; this Clubhouse, whose dining room served the community; and a Golf Course, which was returned back to parkland during the depression years. The Dune Acres Clubhouse was proclaimed "worthy of special consideration as part of the cultural heritage of the State of Indiana" and was entered in the Indiana Register of Historic Sites and Structures on October 25, 2006. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on January 25, 2007 by the United States Department of the Interior in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology.
The Clubhouse Rental Coordinator is responsible for the scheduling of events and maintenance of the Clubhouse. Only residents of Dune Acres may rent the use of the Clubhouse for private events and parties-- only during the months of April through November. Arrangements for rental of the clubhouse by Dune Acre residents for private events may be made through the Clubhouse Coordinator. Please click here for additional information, Clubhouse rental rules, and to make arrangements to rent the Clubhouse.
Clubhouse Rental Coordinator: Ivan Chermel