Rift Valley Sports Club was started in 1907 by a few Englishmen after the arrival of the railway in Nakuru town.
The Club was initially meant to bring people with common interests together and also for the “who is who” in the Country and aimed to serve the needs of such groups.
The trend has however evolved with the Club opening up for young professionals and sports personalities.
The Club has since changed from its initial mission to a more active role offering a wide range of sporting facilities such as international squash courts, international lawn tennis courts, modern table tennis, modern snooker tables, international cricket pitch, modern swimming pool, basketball pitch and modern soccer ground.
In July 2013, the Club officially opened its new modern Health and Fitness centre comprising the following:
- 100 pax capacity Aerobics hall
- 100 pax capacity Gymnasium hall fully equipped
- A ladies wing with Sauna, Steam bath
- A Gents wing with Sauna, Steam Bath.
Other benefits offered at the Club include Accommodation, Catering, Social interaction, privacy, Private meetings, Conference facilities and outside catering.
Rift Valley Sports Club has reciprocal arrangements with reputable international and national Clubs which includes;
- Nairobi Club,
- United Kenya Club,
- Parklands Sports Club,
- Gymkhana Club,
- Mombasa Club,
- Eldoret Club,
- Nanyuki Club,
- Kitale Club,
- Nyanza Club