2 Bedroom Lockoff Condo that can rent as:
Studio / 1 Bathroom - Sleeps 4, or 1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom - Sleeps 4, or 2 Bedroom / 2 Bathroom - Sleeps 8.
A Cabin is a stand alone unit. A Lodge unit is a unit in the Lodge, much like a condo.
2 BR cabin is approx. 1,275 sq. ft. Features a King in the master room, a Queen in the second room and a sofa bed in the living room. There are two full baths and a full kitchen. Amenities include: tub w/jets, wood fireplace, washer/dryer.
2 BR lodge is approx. 1,350 sq. ft. Features a King in both rooms and a sofa bed in each living area. There are two full baths, a full kitchen and a kitchenette (two burner stoves, small microwave, small refrigerator). Amenities include: tub w/jets, gas fireplace, washer/dryer, two balconies.
My 3 children (ages 14, 11, and 10) and I stayed 4 nights in the 1 BR + the studio, so in total that gave us 2 bedrooms, 2 sofa beds, 2 full baths, 1 full kitchen and 1 studio kitchenette (never even used it). Oh, and 2 balconies-great for peaceful morning breakfast. It was PLENTY spacious for the 4 of us. Lots of extras in the room and you can call for more-but bring dryer sheets! With towels and suits, we did a load each night. I also brought tin foil, saran wrap, napkins & paper plates. The Phoenix River Lodge had a lake view, and was a great location on the property. The grounds are beautiful and well-maintained-everywhere. Shuttle is easy, but we walked and also used our own car to get around, too. Staff was very friendly! Pools and spas were super clean and towels provided-we tried them all. Lake was perfect temp. that week-boys snorkeled all day and made new friends on the float mats where they played games. We went to the pier every morning at 9am to get our daily paddle boating and canoeing done. Forgot our fishing rods, but bring yours! We did rent the waverunner one afternoon for 1 hour, but I would recommend 2 hours if you can (I had to keep coming back in and switching the kids). The no-wake zone is lengthy so it will take you about 5 minutes to get out to Table Rock Lake before you can open up. Found that Truman Cafe' was charming, but only bought ice cream and coffee there. Food is OK on-site (Buzzard Bar) but nothing stellar. We mostly ate in our room. Shopped at CountryMart in Hollister. You must do s'mores night (just show up) and the Glow Scavenger Hunt (sign up early)..so much fun to run around in the dark-you certainly appreciate the size of the resort when you are running everywhere in the dark--beware of the skunks! We saw at least 5 that night-LOL. Treated my daughter to a pedicure--expensive (which I knew), but just OK. The new spa not open yet so this is way on the other side of the property for now. Try the self-serve 9 hole mini-golf, horseshoes, & sand VB. Dogwood Canyon advice: better to just drive there and rent bikes ($78 yikes!) and be on your own timetable to explore-so much fun. From what I saw, the tram would not be worth it unless you can't walk or bike the 6.4 miles round trip. We got there as it opened-awesome photo opps and not crowded yet. Overall, when your 10 year old says, "You know the vacation that you just want to live at? This is it, Mom."
WOW! There are 5 of us in our family that just returned from a 5 night stay in the 2 bedroom cabin. 3 children, ages 8-11 and my husband and I. There was something for everyone. In fact, we didn't get all of our wish list items accomplished because there is just so much to do. We all enjoyed mini golf, dive in movies, fishing, smores, lazy river, pool slide, paddle boats and canoeing (all free by the way). The beach area was superb and the water very clear by lake standards. The resort itself was beyond beautiful. Shuttle service was always a phone call away and would drive you anywhere you needed to go between the Big Cedar Lodge and Wilderness Club. All staff was helpful and very courteous. Although the cabins do not have lake views, it is only a minute walk to the lazy river and indoor pool. The shuttle will take you to the lake or you can walk on a trail in about 5 minutes. I have stayed at many 5 star time share properties for previous vacations and this one exceeds them all . They provide dishwashing soap, plenty of shampoo, laundry detergent, coffee (and nightly refills) and hand soaps. They don't have maid service but will bring you extras of anything you need. You get a nightly visit from the cookie lady that brings you cookies and coffee for the next morning and a daily paper. Restaurant prices were high, but will a full service kitchen, we cooked our meals there. There is a huge back deck with a propane grill for cooking burgers and steaks and a nearby grocery store in Hollister that is cheaper than the gift shop. We didn't have time for the on site marina and boat rentals or stables for horseback riding. My kids and I are ready to pack up and move there...it was that fabulous. Close enough to Branson to enjoy that too, but remote enough to really relax. We even had a person sleep on the sleeper sofa and it was very comfortable.
Patterned after the grand wilderness lodge architecture of the Adirondacks, Bluegreen Wilderness Club™ offers the ultimate family-friendly retreat. This 40-acre resort is situated on Table Rock Lake, just 10 miles south of Branson, Missouri. With a plethora of activities for all ages and access to all the amenities of neighboring Big Cedar® Lodge, your days will be full without ever leaving the resort.
The regional charm of the Ozarks is reflected in the rustic elegance of the Wilderness Club’s log cabins and lodge units, all with a view of the lake or woods. The attention to interior detail is unsurpassed. Each spacious cabin has vaulted ceilings, a fireplace, whirlpool bath, homespun area rugs and a 350-square-foot deck with gas grill. Lodge units feature wood-planked floors, spa-sized tubs (except in studios), patios, hickory sapling furniture and mountings of trophy bucks and game birds. Some also include a cozy fireplace with a split log mantle.
The 9,000-square-foot clubhouse houses a game room, owners’ lounge, retail store, snack bar and activities desk. But the crown jewel is the Lazy River, an 875-foot water feature complete with caves, rock grottoes, waterfall and a water slide the kids are sure to love (open Memorial Day through Labor Day). Kids will also enjoy the playground, complete with a rock climbing wall.
Bluegreen Wilderness Club is located adjacent to the historic Big Cedar® Lodge and provides guests access to a vast array of entertainment and recreational pursuits. You can go boating, fishing or water skiing on pristine Table Rock Lake. Explore the shores from a canoe or paddle boat available at the full-service marina. Work out in the fitness center then relax in the heated pools, hot tubs and sauna, or treat yourself to a massage in the spa. Enjoy world-class cuisine at your choice of four restaurants including Truman Smokehouse, The Worman House and Devil's Pool Restaurant.
Land lovers can go hiking and horseback riding along the wooded trails. Enjoy breathtaking views from Top of the Rock, a Jack Nicklaus signature golf course. Photography is also a popular pastime here.
Can also do 5 and 6 night rentals
2 Bedroom Lodge, 7 nights: $1750
2 Bedroom Cabin, 7 nights: $2100
Other unit sizes available, please contact us for pricing