At Tanglewood Park, we go out of our way to make sure you and your family have a wonderful North Carolina adventure. Our 1,100 acre park truly has it all, from gorgeous grounds to many exciting activities. Join us for games of tennis on the tennis courts, paddle boating or fishing on Mallard Lake, and mountain biking and horseback riding on our wooded trails. Afterward, enjoy a stroll through our arboretum and beautiful gardens.
We even have two 18-hole golf courses right here onsite! You can visit our driving range to brush up your skills, then play a round at the Tanglewood Championship Course, Tanglewood Reynolds Course, or Par-3 Course.
For the 2012 year we have extended the camping season an additional week (open through November 25, 2012) so that campers can enjoy the Festival of Lights, which opens November 17, 2012. Be sure to plan your RV camping trip at Tanglewood Park between November 17 and November 25 for the opportunity to get an inside look at the annual Festival of Lights
Our park is set under a canopy of old forest, and filled with scattered open pastures. We have a fun playground for the kids, and plenty of scenic picnic spots. Our swimming pool complex, complete with diving boards, a slide, and a shallow kids’ area, is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day each year.
There are a number of different accommodation choices at Tanglewood Park. You can bring your own RV and stay in one of our 40+ newly renovated campsites, all set up with the latest facilities. If you prefer, spend a night or two at the Tanglewood Manor House Bed and Breakfast Inn, a lovely restored Victorian home that dates back to 1859. We also have a charming guest house and four rustic rental cottages. Whether you are traveling with the kids or planning a family reunion, we have just the amenities you are looking for.
Many large special events are held at the park throughout the year. Join us for events like our May North Carolina Wine Festival and the annual Carolina Oktoberfest. On July 4, you can enjoy breathtaking fireworks at Tanglewood from one of our open, grassy fields.
During your stay, do not miss the chance to take day trips to local attractions like Old Salem or the luxurious Reynolda House. Our area is filled with several museums and cultural centers, from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts to the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts. You can catch a sporting event at Wake Forest University or the BB&T Ballpark, or spend a day exploring the restaurants and shops of Winston-Salem. With all there is to do in our area, we know you are going to love camping in North Carolina with us!
Tanglewood Park is open every day of the year except Christmas Day. Pets are allowed at no added charge, provided that they are maintained on a leash, kept reasonably quiet, and are not left unattended. We have shelters and indoor facilities available for group rental events. A major grocery chain store is just across the street from the entrance into Tanglewood Park, and we are conveniently located right off I-40.
We look forward to seeing you here at Tanglewood Park!
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Easter Egg Hunt Hayrides at Tanglewood Stables
Come enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt hay ride at Tanglewood Stables for only $8 a person!
Tanglewood Park Farmers Market
Forsyth County is pleased to announce that Tanglewood Park will be the host site for a farmers market. The Tanglewood Park Farmers Market is sponsored by Forsyth County and the Village of Clemmons and operated by Tanglewood Farmers Market Volunteer Group organized by the Village of Clemmons.
Creek Week Kayak Fishing Demonstration
Join the expert staff from Great Outdoor Provision Company for an introduction to one of the fastest growing water sports in the Southeast, kayak fishing. Participants will be able to observe varying casting and paddling techniques. Information on local and regional paddling and fishing destinations, as well as clubs, will be provided.
Creek Week Creek Crawl
Join us at Skilpot Lake for a simulated, hands-on "Creek Crawl" to learn about the critters that inhabit local creeks and streams.