Overnight Accommodations

The Club offers overnight accommodations in four buildings. The Oxbow Lodge, built in 2003, is about 3/4 of mile east of, and on the other side of the road from, the Clubhouse. The Willows, built in 1988 as an overnight facility, the Streamside Cottage, originally built around 1903 as a barn to house chickens and cows that supplied eggs and milk for the kitchen, and the Wilson House, originally a small farm house where the Wilson family lived, are all on the main grounds about 100 yards from the Club house. All of the rooms at the Club have individual baths, wireless internet access and may be reserved up to one year in advance. Pets are permitted in the rooms as long as they are in a crate when they are unattended. There is an $8.00 per night charge for pets. Smoking is not permitted in the overnight rooms, with the exception of the Streamside Cottage and, in that building, guests are encouraged to smoke on the screened in porch.

Tiger Trout Room

The Tiger Trout Room (shown left) is on the southeast corner and has a fully handicapped accessible bathroom. It is furnished with one queen sized bed and one extra long twin bed. While the Lodge Room and each of the bathrooms are heated and cooled by the builings central heating system, each bedroom has its own heating and air-conditioning unit to allow for individual control. Each room also has a window that opens onto the porch and a ceiling fan.
Southeast Corner