An individual membership shall be applicable only to the named individual, whether married or not. An individual Member’s spouse or children, if any, shall not be entitled to the privileges of this membership, except as guests, and are subject to the guest policies established by the Club.
A family membership is defined as any married couple or any two adults from the same immediate family, i.e., sister/brother, mother/daughter. Children of family members who are under age 19 and considered dependents are entitled to use of the Club in accordance with our Child Policies. Young adults, ages 19 – 24, may be part of their family’s membership for an additional monthly fee. When children reach the age of 25, they must convert their membership to an adult membership. In such cases, the joining fee will be waved if “young adult dues” were being paid for the child at the time of their 25th birthday.
A single parent with an individual membership may add dependents under the age of 19 to his or her membership for a monthly fee per dependent.
Discounted memberships are available for persons age 62 or older. Seniors without children will receive a discount on their joining fee and their monthly dues. Seniors with dependent children will receive a discount on their joining fee but will be required to pay full family dues.
The LRRC is a subsidiary of Riley’s Health and Fitness Centers, Inc., which also operates the Little Rock Athletic Club, the North Little Rock Athletic Club and the Downtown Athletic Club. Discounted joint memberships between Clubs are available. Specific information is available through the Membership Office.
Members desiring to convert their individual membership to a family membership must pay the difference in joining fees. The adjusted monthly dues will be charged to the Member accordingly.
Members who cancel their membership and wish to rejoin the Club may do so by paying the lesser of the appropriate joining fee currently in effect or the total of the dues elapsed since the date of the cancellation.
Leave of Absence
A Member may take a leave of absence for up to one year for a medical condition or temporary job transfer requiring an out-of-town move. The Membership Office will require a written statement from a physician or employer to verify the request.
Hold Any Member may put their membership on hold if they are not using the Club but do not wish to resign their membership. During the hold, a monthly service fee will be charged to maintain the account.
Resignation A Member may cancel his or her membership by submitting a written request and bringing his or her account balance to zero. A 30 day notice is required.
|Membership Type||Joining Fee||Monthly Dues|
|2013 Membership Prices|
|Senior (age 62 and over)|