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Timberwoods Resort and Campground?

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randallt

Anyone have any info on Timberwoods Resort and Campground. I saw them listed in a campground guide and it looks relatively close to where I live. Is it clean? How's the fishing on Lake Augusta? Any info would be appreciated. Any other recommended camp grounds?

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Glenn_S

IF it is the one right by the channel from Augusta to Clearwater, all the campers and such are right on top of each other. They cram a LOT of them in there. But if you are OK with that...

Augusta has some good fishing, and the channel to Clearwater is nice and wide. Gives you both lakes to fish.

Glenn

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randallt

Nope, I would just as soon not be right on top of each other. Can anyone suggest something else.

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gofish

I have friends that have either bought or rented a campsite at Timberwood Resort. When we stayed with them , we thought the campground was great. They had boat launching and docking on site, fish cleaning house and sewer water and electric hookups and a beach for the kids. I did not think it was crowded at all there. Check it out for yourself . I think their web site is www.timberwoodsresort.com - but I think they mainly have seasonal camping though. Good bass fishing on the lakes there.

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