The regional charm of the Ozarks is reflected in the rustic elegance of the Wilderness Club’s log cabins and lodge units, all with a view of the lake or woods. The attention to interior detail is unsurpassed. Each spacious cabin has vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, whirlpool bath, homespun area rugs and a 350-square-foot deck with gas grill. Lodge units feature wood-planked floors, spa-sized tubs (except in studios), patios, hickory sapling furniture and mountings of trophy bucks and game birds. Some also include a cozy fireplace with a split log mantle.
The 9,000-square-foot clubhouse houses a game room, owners’ lounge, retail store, snack bar and activities desk. But the crown jewel is the Lazy River, an 875-foot water feature complete with caves, rock grottoes, waterfall and a water slide the kids are sure to love (open Memorial Day through Labor Day). Kids will also enjoy the playground, complete with a rock climbing wall.
Bluegreen Wilderness Club is located adjacent to the historic Big Cedar Lodge and provides guests access to a vast array of entertainment and recreational pursuits. You can go boating, fishing or water skiing on pristine Table Rock Lake. Explore the shores from a canoe or paddle boat available at the full-service marina. Work out in the fitness center then relax in the heated pools, hot tubs and sauna, or treat yourself to a massage in the spa. Enjoy world-class cuisine at your choice of four restaurants including Truman Smokehouse, The Worman House and Devil's Pool Restaurant.
1285 Estate Drive
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