Upcoming Events at the Club (for details see Club News)

  • The Easter Bunny will be coming to the Drum Point Club for our Annual Drum Point Community Easter Egg Hunt. Join the fun on Saturday, April 13, 2019. The Egg Hunt is for children ages 1 - 12. Eggs will be filled with candy and prizes. There will also be hayrides starting at 11 am and other activities including fun games. The Egg Hunt will begin at 1 PM. Also light refreshments will be served.

  • Kentucky Derby Party - Saturday, May 4, 2019. Join us and watch the 145th “Run For The Roses”. The party begins at 5 PM with race time at 6:50. See Club News for all the details.

  • Women’s Club Planning Meeting - Sunday April 10, 2019. Calling all interested Club Women to join us at the second planning meeting of the Drum Point Club Women’s Group. Next Bunco Night is Monday April 29, 2019. If you would like to join the Women’s Group, please email your name, email address and phone number to clubdrumpoint@gmail.com

About Us

The Drum Point Club was formed in 1983 by a group of residents who wished to conserve a unique 25 acre property from development.  This private, non-profit, social club was organized exclusively for recreation, educational and outreach purposes, and the preservation of the nature and open space.  The Club is at the very tip of Drum Point where the Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay.

The Drum Point Club members can enjoy a private clubhouse, fishing pier, fire pit and expansive sandy beaches.  

 

History

Drum Point was once part of a colonial land grant called Eltonhead Manor.  It passed down through many generations and owners until it was finally sold to the Drum Point Corporation in 1948 which sought to develop the land into a resort community.  The Chesapeake Ranch Club acquired the Drum Point Community in 1969.  In 1983, the Drum Point Project, Inc. (DPPI) was created and purchased the infrastructure of the community from the Chesapeake Ranch Club.  In 1986, DPPI sold all properties, one exception being the point property itself, which was retained and operated as a separate, privately-owned club.  

 

How To Join

The Drum Point Club offers annual membership to residents of Drum Point property owners as well as those who do not own property within Drum Point.  

Here are some of the advantages to becoming a member:

  • Conservation of land at the Drum Point is our primary goal.
  • Clubhouse, meeting rooms, and use of facilities free or at reduced rental rates for special events.
  • The Clubhouse and meeting room now have WiFi.
  • The Clubhouse has a new 65 inch Smart TV.
  • Fishing and crabbing pier.
  • Fire pit
  • Participate in social and community events held at the Club.
  • The best beaches in So. Calvert for exploring, swimming, kayaking,  canoeing, or relaxing. 

If you would like more information about joining please see our membership page or contact us through our contact us page.

Make A Reservation

The Drum Point club offers a spacious clubhouse, meeting room, and scenic grounds long the Patuxent river for rental. And is a perfect location for you next:

  • Wedding
  • Company picnic
  • Birthday celebration
  • Holiday event
  • Scouting event
  • Family Reunion

Our clubhouse is a perfect spot for wedding receptions or large parties. It features hard wood floors in the main room, a full kitchen for keeping food warm or cold, and plenty of space for your guests to have fun. The grounds offer picnic tables, large grass field and a beautiful beach.

We can accommodate most parties. We also now offer internet access and a 65 inch Smart TV.  If you would like to plan your next event with us or want more information please call (410) 326-0564 or contact us today!

 

Recent wedding reception at the Clubhouse.

Recent wedding reception at the Clubhouse.