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Clearwater/Augusta History help

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Does anybody know which resort used to be owned by the "willett" family? A friend went there as a kid and has questions about what happened to it and I do not know which it is now or even if it still is around??? Any history/help is appreciated.

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I think it was Timberwoods resort and willett campground.  But most likley am wrong....

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Thanks!

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Yeah Willets became Timberwoods. 

 

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Its on Lake Augusta attached to Clear water right at the mouth of the river between the 2 lakes

 

Mwal

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