A new¬†clubhouse with an expansive varanda was commissioned in April 2001. The clubhouse has a large¬†kitchen area,¬†banquet room,¬†library and meeting room,¬†large terrace and deck.¬†Mens and womens shower rooms are connected to the clubhouse by a breezeway.¬†
The grounds at Concord Yacht Club include several picnic pavilions, a playground area with a sandy beach, and a swimming area, (View from the Clubhouse,Playground Area)
¬†The club has a variety of boat storage and launching facilities. Boat storage options include parking areas for trailered boats, year-round floating slips, summer-only slips, moorings, and on-the-water racks for small dinghys. Launching options include two boat ramps, a small-boat hand-launch platform, and a marine railway for large boats. (Floating Slips, Small Boat Racks,Trailered Boat Parking)
¬†Concord Yacht Club, together with the University of Tennessee sailing club, owns a fleet of eight JY-15 sailboats. The boats are used for training and racing. Club members who wish to access the JY-15 boats are required to pay a user's fee. (Club Owned JY15's) The club also owns several Optimist Prams that are used for sailing instruction, several Sunfish, and a keel boat.
¬†Marine railway and boat lift
¬†The club is equipped with a marine railway for large boats ¬†and a boat lift for trailerable boats for¬†safe launching and removal. (Boat Lift shown)