Thursday, October 27, 2016

Tanglewood Park Campground, Clemmons, NC

Date of Stay:  Monday October 24 – Thursday October 27, 2016 (3 nights)

Rate:  $33/night

Website:  Tanglewood Park CG
   4061 Clemmons Road (follow signs to campground)
   Clemmons, NC 27012

Description:  Reviewed a couple other times here.  Located near Winston Salem, NC at exit 182 off of I-40, it is near many conveniences.  We were on site 3 which is level.  About half of the sites are extremely unlevel.  The cg has paved roads and large paved sites with FHU (50A) and digital cable under a beautiful canopy of large oak trees.  Acorns did fall on our roof some.  This is in a full service Forsyth County Park that offers a championship golf course, aquatic center, horse stables, tennis, soccer, pond fishing, arboretum, rose garden and a Manor House bed and breakfast.  There’s a two mile paved multi-use trail that winds about in the edge of the forest which has mountain bike trails.  There is a wonderful off-leash dog park near the cg.  (Look for CG signs when you exit from I-40.  Using the address in your gps takes you to the park office instead.)

Trash and Recycle:  Dumpster in the back corner of the cg near the camphosts with recycle for cans and bottles.

Activities:  We had reservations at Huntington Beach SP near Myrtle Beach but they were still closed due to Hurricane Matthew damage so we came here for a few nights on our way to Gaffney, SC for service.  I enjoyed biking and walking the popular multi-use trail and rode around in the park.  They have a Festival of Lights here and have spent the past few weeks putting up a very large display of Holiday sparkles.  This will be their 25th year of the festivities in Tanglewood.

On site 3  On site 3
On site 3
Other sites... some very unlevel  Site 3 patio
Several unlevel sites                                    Our patio

Entry to Tanglewood Park  CG checkin at building to the left
Tanglewood Park entry on US 158               CG check-in at building to the left
Multi use trail  Multi use trail  Multi use trail in Tanglewood
Love the multi-use trail
Festival of Lights  Festival of Lights
Festival of Lights  Festival of Lights
Festival of Lights displays
Deer  Mallard Lake
Deer on the golf course                                 Mallard Pond

1 comment:

  1. Shame that Huntington was still closed. Heard they will be opening on the 28th. Really had some major damage to the causeway. Still will need more work, but they say it is useable. Hope you get to stop for a short visit. Gaffney Service Center is fantastic...we go every Spring!! Safe Travels...