We stayed for 2 nights as a family to celebrate my mom's 70th birthday and everything was spectacular. Beginning with the help I received from Partha throughout the booking and planning process answering my questions promptly, to Marcy and Dave greeting us and showing us the lodge and the amazing amenities, everything went as planned and Timber Moose didn't disappoint. Of course, the kids were ecstatic about the bounce house, the pool, the game room, and the bunk bed rooms. We had so much fun laughing, playing and relaxing as a family. I loved all of the fireplaces throughout that made it feel so warm, cozy, and welcoming. Everything was clean and well maintained and the kitchen was fully stocked with every appliance we needed. We loved being able to sit, eat, talk and play games in the main dining area, with the separate booths for the kids to sit and the enormous fireplace blazing. It was an awesome experience and we would have loved to stay longer and hope to visit again next year.
The only thing I would change is the number king sized beds considering 3 of the rooms are bunk bed rooms and most married adults don't wish to sleep in a bunk bed. Each of the adult couples would have preferred a king bed in a room with a private bathroom and the Nevada room has a King but not a bathroom. The Elk and Lake room are both large and spacious rooms, with bathrooms, that could accommodate a king, yet they have a queen. In my opinion, bedroom 9, the lake room, and 12, the elk room, would be better with a king since they are more like suites with fireplaces, bathrooms, and views. But, that is just my opinion since I was the person in charge of bedroom assignments, trying to accommodate 8 adult couples. There was, of course, plenty of room for the kids. Two of the bunk rooms went unused for our group because they all wanted to stay together in the large bunk room and the babies were in the port-a-cribs or hide-a-beds with the adults.
Also, we had 2 vehicles that did not have 4 wheel drive and had to park at the church. The church was really difficult to find the first time considering the instructions say it is outside the gate entrance. It is hidden off the side of the road quite a bit farther than "just outside the gate" and not easy to see when it is dark. And it gets dark in the winter at 5. A map would be helpful.
We had an amazing experience and created wonderful memories at Timber Moose Lodge.