7 Acre Lake Provides Endless Family Water Fun

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March 15, 2019

Tons of campers playing on water equipment in a lake

Welcome to Wood’s Tall Timber Resort in New Philadelphia, Ohio!

This 157-acre resort allows you to enjoy the true beauty of Tuscarawas County, with a 7-acre lake as the focal point of all your family activities.

Colorful family watersports equipment on lake

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Day passes are available for lake activities including inflatable trampolines, two diving boards, tube slides, water slides, paddle boats, electric boats and canoe rentals, for kids and adults!  It’s the perfect location for lake swimming and picnics too. Take advantage of Woody’s Grille Concession or cookout on one of the available grills. Groups are always welcome.

There’s fun for everyone here; with fishing, a Woodpecker Par-3 golf course, a target range and hiking trails. It’s a great location for family fun, parties, banquets and events!!

Camper in red jacket and yellow helmet cruising down zipline

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Want more of a challenge? Try Ohio’s fastest zip-line! With over one mile of cable, 14 Ziplines and three Rope Bridges available for your adventurous spirit. Wood’s Tall Timber even has kiddie zip-lines for those under 100 lbs.

Camp among the trees at an immaculate and quiet 30/50 amp full hookup site, or stay in one of our cozy cottages or lakehouse lodges. There is a shower house and laundromat if needed. This is a perfect location for class reunions, receptions, birthday parties, weddings and other events. There are 4 pavilions with grills available for outdoor events as well.

If you’re staying for a few days, be sure to explore the surrounding areas. Amish Country is just 20 minutes away, with a fresh bakery, delicious cheese and handcrafted items to purchase. Be sure to check out the Football Hall of Fame in Canton, which is only 27.8 miles away!

Call 330-602-4000 for reservations and information! Your family will thank you for bringing them to Wood’s Tall Timber Resort.