Rock Creek Curling members receive our standard membership benefits below.

Annual membership at Rock Creek Curling is $75 for adults and $50 for juniors under age 18. 


  • Registration access for Rock Creek Curling’s leagues and other member-exclusive curling opportunities including drop-in social curling, and Friends & Family curling.
  • Sub in another league anytime, any season.
  • Member prices for practice ice and private lessons.
  • Invitations to member-only events, games, and clinics on and off the ice.
  • Discounts in the pro shop on Rock Creek Curling branded merchandise, and member pricing on tap and can beverages at the bar.
  • A Rock Creek Curling membership name tag.


Social curling is our drop-in, informal curling game format. If you’re too busy to join a league, or want to play with friends who curl in different leagues, social curling is a great way to get some casual curling games going.

Exclusive to Rock Creek Curling members, games are for those with some curling experience, ideally our Intro to Curling course. Members may bring non-members to curl in social curling, but please ensure that they are game-ready and do not require basic instruction.


Available at member request, to host a group up to 8 on the ice for a 90 minute session. This is a great way to introduce your family, friends, neighbors, etc. to curling. There is no instruction provided with Family & Friends ice, so please be prepared to introduce your guests to aspects of curling safety, ice etiquette, skills, and gameplay. This is also a member-exclusive benefit. Member hosts are free, and guests are $25 per person, which includes the use of curling shoes. They can sign waivers and pay in the pro shop upon arrival!


Our instruction team will be hosting free monthly skills clinics for our members, other in-depth member clinics and courses, plus fun events like our 2nd anniversary member games, season opening/closing bonspiels, and other opportunities to spend time together on and off the ice.


Spring 2024 League registration is open, and will close on March 23!

Rock Creek Curling offers league play for curlers of all levels of skill and accessibility in three distinct seasons – fall, winter, and spring. 4v4 leagues consist of 2 hours of gameplay; triples and doubles leagues consist of 90 minutes of gameplay. 

For spring 2024, Tuesday and Thursday evening league offers an advanced pool option – this is designed for teams with primarily experienced curlers seeking a more competitive challenge. We will assess and offer off-ice coaching and feedback to pools with new and novice curlers and teams to build their gameplay strategy, team dynamics and communications.

Our Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday leagues offered at this time will be open format – they are open to anyone from the novice curler (where the coaching pool is encouraged) to the competitive curler (where we suggested the advanced pool). When completing your league registration, you will have the option to note any teammates with whom you wish to curl. We will honor these requests in our leagues to the extent possible; but please be aware that league registration will be on a first come, first served basis.

Spring 2024 Wednesday evening league will be Drawmaster’s choice – we will balance teams based on experience.

If you don’t have a team, don’t worry! We will help match you with a team during the registration process.

League registration for the 2023-2024 seasons began July 5. Spring league registration will close March 23. Rock Creek Curling membership and USA Curling membership is required for all league curlers. Please visit USA Curling for details on Individual memberships.

Not currently a member or past Intro to Curling course participant at Rock Creek Curling? Join our email list to receive news on our leagues and other programming!

If you are entirely new to curling, we recommend signing up for an Intro to Curling course. These courses will feature weekly progressive instruction and gameplay, led by Rock Creek Curling’s instructors and experienced curlers. Visit our “Try Curling” page for more information.