Would like to say this RV resort is a very nice park. The owners have poured money into making this resort a one of a kind. The roads are in perfect condition, fresh pavement and concrete with drainage grates at each site apron. The overall condition of the park is extremely clean, the bath houses and grounds are immaculate.
The resort is a mix of Class A through travel trailers with a fraction of the seasonals that you would typically find.They also have very modern Cottages and Mini Cottages for rent.
The store was well stocked for a holiday and the park or lake was not overly crowded for the size.
The lake is nice and clean with inflatables for the kids to play on. Small sandy beach on one side of the lake and nice fishing pavilions on the other side. Great snack bar too with all the goodies right on the beach. My 17 and 12 year old boys both liked it and would like to go again which is a plus. Good family park but they still let you party if you like until quiet time at 11:00pm.
We went on 7/4/13 weekend, they had a DJ on Saturday night for the kids and a great fireworks show.
Gas and electric golf carts are allowed at the resort.
This place is like a smaller version of Clay's Park (100% better) without the attitude or issues with the owners laws. Wood's Tall Timber Lake Resort welcomed our group of 9 trailers to camp right next to each other and HELD our reserved sites for us.
The only negative thing that I would warn you about is the mountain the resort sits on. The camping areas are divided into three fingers that go up the mountain. A & B are tight but D, E, & F are tough to get into with a large unit. The roads leading in and to the sites are tight but one way traffic helps that. I was a little nervous but made it without damage to and from the camp site. Just take your time.
The sites vary in size and they are great at fitting you in to the best site. We stayed in A18 ( great site with woods in the back and passenger side.) with a 34' travel trailer, an F250 long bed and a golf cart. All 3 fit in the gravel driveway. Most of the sites we saw also came with a cement pad to park the trailer next to with a picnic table and fire pit out front. Look at the site map, pick a single site on the outer edges, next to the woods. The center sites are dual trailer sites.
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