Travel Resorts of America


Description

Located in the Southern Heartland Vacation Region of North Carolina just 70 miles southwest of Raleigh, Travel Resorts, with its two-acre lake and bountiful amenities, rests among tall pines in one of the most historical areas of the United States. Campsites on this 194 acre resort are spread among towering pines. The log cabin lodge was hand built in the early 1900’s from timber taken from the property. Each room in this 6,000 square foot lodge has a hand-built fireplace. A fully-screened porch overlooks the terraced gardens and the private lake that is kept well-stocked with bass.

Address:
1059 Sycamore Lane
Jackson Springs, North Carolina 27281
United States
phone:
view phone(910) 652–5559
website:
Visit Website

Good to know
  1. Features
  1. Open year-round
  2. High-Use Seasonal Period: May, June, July, and August
  3. Sites: 146 Partial
  4. Check in: 9 AM to 6 PM
  5. Maximum Electrical: 30/50 amps
  6. Maximum RV Length: no limit

Additional Information

AOR: Yes

ACN: No

RVA: Yes

Seasonal: No

Year-round: Yes

Amenities: The resort offers a clubhouse, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, canoeing, fishing, horseshoes, fishing pond, general store, game room, playground, pavilion, TV lounge, miniature golf, and paddle boats. Dump station.

Cabins & Park Models: Cabins, Sleep 4-6, $119 Reservation Requirements: Minimum stay: 2 nights on weekends. Check in: 3 PM to 6 PM, Check out: 11 AM. A deposit is required on all reservations. Notes: No pets in rental units.

More Info: In this part of North Carolina you can play golf where royalty, celebrities, and the privileged few have played since 1898... Pinehurst. This charming village is known for its lush green golf courses with more than 50 of them in a 20-mile radius of the Pinehurst-Southern Pines area, including Donald Ross’ Pinehurst Number Two, ranked among the top in the world. The world Golf Hall of Fame is in Pinehurst, and offers visitors such items of interest as clubs and photographs of the golf heads of state, collections of golf artifacts, and the portraits of golf legends who have been inducted into the Golf Hall of Fame. About a mile south of nearby Southern Pines, you’ll find Weymouth Woods-Sandhills Nature Preserve, 676 acres that include a nature museum and hiking and nature study trails. Southern Pines is the home of Weymouth Center, a state cultural center for the arts and humanities. Southern Pines also has several homes of historical note including the Shaw House, an antebellum plantation manor built around 1840; the Garner House, built of logs circa 1770 and furnished with original pieces; and the Britt/Sanders Cabin with its 125-year-old restored loom.