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Horseback

Join us on our 1,100-acre park of rolling hills, original forests and open pastures along the banks of the Yadkin River. You'll enjoy great camping activities like golfing, hiking, horseback riding, swimming, boating, and picnics.

Our RV campground is secluded from the sports activities and playgrounds offered within the park, but also has easy access to any and all of these amenities. If you would like a more luxurious stay, join us at the Manor House Bed and Breakfast, set in a gracefully restored home adjoining our Arboretum and gardens.

Advantages

  • Enjoy Championship Golf on Tanglewood's two award-winning golf courses: the Championship Course, designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, Sr., and the Reynolds Course.
  • Escape to real life on horseback, on mountain bike or by the lakeside. The park is a true wonderland for whatever your heart desires, because Tanglewood is a place that makes your heart remember it has desires.
  • Pet Friendly No need to worry about leaving your four-legged friends at home. Your pets are welcome at our RV Campground. Tanglewood is filled with miles of trails winding throughout the forests, hills and meadows . . . just perfect for a walk with your pet

Rules & Regulations

  1. No Motorcycles
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Tanglewood Park News & Events

  1. Our RV Campground Season has been extended!

    11/1/2017

    Join us at the Tanglewood Park RV Campground through December 3rd!

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  2. Volunteer Workday at the Tanglewood Arboretum

    10/25/2017

    Join us for the Fall 2017 Volunteer Workday at the Tanglewood Park Arboretum!

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  3. Festival of Lights Golf Tournament

    10/24/2017

    Join us for the annual Festival of Lights Golf Tournament at Tanglewood Park!

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  4. Parks and Open Space Plan Update Meetings

    10/24/2017

    An update to the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Parks and Open Space Plan is underway. City and County staff need your input to establish the recommendations that will guide the future of the City and County Park Systems.

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