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What are the costs of private clubs in the Santa Clarita Valley?

September 7th, 2023 | 5 min. read

By Jen Azevedo

Many people are taking charge of their health by eating well and exercising. Being a member of a gym, fitness center, or private club helps people to increase their fitness level and make friendships.

There are several private clubs in the Santa Clarita Valley with various exercise facilities and amenities. Finding the right club for your needs takes time and research.

In order to help you find the best club in the SCV, we compiled information about each club — what resources and amenities they offer, drawbacks to the club, and their costs. Clubs are listed alphabetically.

Afterburn Fitness

dumbellsAfterburn Fitness has two locations, Valencia and South Bay. The centers are designed with a large open-gym format. There are lots of weights, weightlifting machines, and other exercise gear to choose from. 

Activities: Afterburn offers classes in HIIT, cardio, boxing, and weightlifting. They also offer one yoga class called Flow. 

Amenities: They provide childcare, cold plunge hydrotherapy, a sauna, massage therapy, and group and private training. 

Drawbacks: There are no tennis, Pilates, pickleball, or swimming facilities. There are only seven fitness classes available per week. The club does not host social events.

Monthly membership costs: $105-175 per person per month, depending on how many months you commit to. There are no couple or family discounts.

Initiation fee: $0

crop_comp - Edited (5) (2)Hardcore Fitness Santa Clarita

Hardcore Fitness Santa Clarita is a results-driven fitness center that provides intense, high-energy workouts.  

Activities: There are three classes at Hardcore — LIFT, Fight Camp, and Booty Camp. LIFT is their original strength/cardio hybrid class. Fight Camp brings in elements of MMA. Booty Camp is a lower-body and core-focused class. 

Amenities: They offer nutritional consultation to help you learn to eat healthy and a free trial to check out their classes. 

Drawbacks: There are no tennis, pickleball, swimming, yoga, Pilates, spin, Zumba, or barre classes. There is no private training or small group class options. There are no club social events.

Monthly membership costs: Unknown. Contacting the gym results in robo-texts and no customer service. 

Initiation fee: Unknown. 

comp_pexels-yan-krukau-8436581 (1)Henry Mayo Fitness and Health

Henry Mayo Fitness and Health is a 50,000-square-foot fitness center in Valencia run by the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. They provide fitness classes, health education, and the option of massage therapy.

Activities: Henry Mayo offers twenty fitness classes, including Tai Chi, yoga, cycling, mat Pilates, and more.

Amenities: They give free initial health assessments, three private training sessions with a new membership, and there are no membership contracts. They have aquatic fitness classes and provide childcare. 

Drawbacks: They have only one small group class option. There are no courts. There are not many options for people looking for strength training or HIIT classes. There are no club social events.

Monthly membership costs: $85 per month per person. There is no couples or family rate. Employee discount is $50 per person

Initiation fee: $150

comp_pexels-edneil-jocusol-2326887LA Fitness

LA Fitness is a franchised fitness center with three locations in the Santa Clarita Valley. They offer group fitness classes and have gym areas for people who prefer to exercise on their own.

Activities: LA Fitness has several group classes to choose from — cycle, yoga, Zumba, water aerobics, kickboxing, hip hop, and more. They also have racquetball courts, basketball courts, and a junior Olympic pool.

Amenities: There are a couple of classes designated just for seniors. They offer a complimentary physical assessment. There are basketball and racquetball leagues. Childcare is available.

Drawbacks: There are no kid’s fitness programs, cafes, or spas. They do not have tennis or pickleball courts. There are no small group training classes. There are no club social events.

Monthly membership costs: $39.99-49.99 per month per person. Add up to three additional family members for a $25 initiation fee and an extra $39.99 per month.

Initiation fee: The initiation fee is $0-99, depending on the plan.

pexels-thomas-ward-2828723-minThe Oaks Club at Valencia

The Oaks Club at Valencia is primarily a golf club with an 18-hole championship golf course, driving range, practice area, and putting green designed by two-time major champion Mark O’Meara.

Activities: The Oaks has a full-service restaurant and lounge area and several large indoor/outdoor event spaces for weddings, tournaments, and corporate events. They have weekly social events like themed dinners (Italian, Mexican, bbq), and live bands.

Amenities: There are large men's and women's locker rooms, a card room, shoe shining service, and valet parking.

Drawbacks: The Oaks does not have tennis or pickleball facilities, childcare, a sauna, a steam room, or personal trainers. Their fitness area is quite small, and they are only open six days a week.

Monthly membership costs: This information is only available by phone or an in-person meeting.

Initiation fee: This information is only available by phone or an in-person meeting.

IMG-4607 (1)-1Paseo Club

Paseo Club is a social club in the Santa Clarita Valley dedicated to supporting it’s members in health and fitness. It is locally owned and operated and has been open for 20 years.

Activities: The Paseo Club offers fitness classes, yoga, Pilates, tennis and pickleball, and swim options. There are over 60 fitness classes and twenty tennis and pickleball drills available each week. 

Amenities: There is a childcare center, youth fitness programs, and camps. They have a cafe and clubhouse serving meals, snacks, and drinks. The spa has two massage therapists and an esthetician. The Paseo Club hosts weekly and monthly social events, tournaments, and community fundraisers. 

Drawbacks: There are no specific classes for seniors. They require an initiation fee. 

Monthly membership costs: Membership is $178 per month for one person. A couple membership is $281. A family membership is discounted further at $326.

Initiation fee: The initiation fees are $150 for an individual, $200 for a couple, and $250 for a family.

SWIM CLASSES-1Santa Clarita Athletic Club

Santa Clarita Athletic Club is a 70,000-square-foot athletic center in Newhall that offers a wide variety of sports and fitness resources.

Activities: The club has class and personal training areas, racquet and basketball courts, and a pool. There is also a childcare facility.

Amenities: They have an in-house spa in case you want to get your hair cut, a tan, or a massage after training. They have a circuit developed just for senior athletes. They offer 11 fitness classes. They have a women-only area of the gym. They offer a 7-day free trial membership.

Drawbacks: There are few fitness classes to choose from, and no small group or personal training. There is no sauna or steam room. There are no tennis or pickleball courts. There are no club social events.

Monthly membership costs: 

Initiation fee: 

pexels-chris-mcclave-104747-minValencia Country Club

Valencia Country Club is an 18-hole championship par-72 golf course in Valencia designed by the architect Robert Trent Jones.

Activities: Valencia Country Club offers a 45,000-square-foot clubhouse with a restaurant, lounge area, and several large indoor/outdoor event spaces for hosting private gatherings. They have weekly social events like themed dinners (Italian, Mexican, bbq) and live bands. They offer cornhole and bocce ball tournaments.

Amenities: They have a fitness area, a golf shop that sells apparel and equipment, and event management services. 

Drawbacks: There are no tennis or pickleball courts or pools, they do not offer fitness classes or personal training, and there are no resources for kids. They are closed on Mondays.

Monthly membership costs: This information is only available by phone or an in-person meeting.

Initiation fee: This information is only available by phone or an in-person meeting.

Choosing the right private club for you in the Santa Clarita Valley

Making time to work out and socialize is not only good for your physical health, but it benefits your mental and emotional health too! Finding the right club for you will help you take care of yourself so you can live a happier, more fulfilling life. 

The Santa Clarita Valley has many private club options with a variety of fitness facilities. In this article, you learned what types of clubs there are, their resources and drawbacks, and the cost of memberships.

The Paseo Club is a social club that supports members in their journeys in health and wellness. There are over 60 fitness classes available each week and small group and personal training. Tennis and pickleball players love our courts, drills, tournaments, and leagues. 

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If you would like to learn more about the Paseo Club, sign up for a tour. You can check out all eight acres of the club and meet members and staff.

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Jen Azevedo

Jen Azevedo is a person of many talents. She is a tennis professional, pickleball professional, personal trainer, group exercise instructor, and the general manager of the Paseo Club. She loves the community at the Paseo Club and that it is also a safe and fun place for her daughter. Jen’s favorite activities are joining her tribe for trail races or her partners for tennis matches. Occasionally Jen slows down to relax with a book — she reads over 100 a year!