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Lake Wales, Florida
Property Type: Hunting & Recreation, Lodging & Hospitality, Mobile Home Parks, Waterfront
Location: 2819 Tiger Lake Road, Lake Wales, Florida 33853
Gorgeous camp facility on the shores of Tiger Lake in Central Florida! This beautiful lakefront property, which has 1,800+/- feet frontage on Tiger Lake, includes cabins, assembly hall, office, laundry, chapel, health center, craft hall, Junior Olympic size swimming pool and residential support structures. The camp facilities are on 16.4 acres with 13.2 adjoining acres of vacant land. The site is fully-equipped as an overnight guest camp with sports, health, religious, food, and laundry facility set-up. All buildings are air conditioned except the gym. The current bed capacity is 110, which can be expanded to 190+ with a different set-up. A deep boat basin with 2 docks is on the property. An area for 28 RV hook-ups also offers a covered and screened pavilion and 2 restrooms with 4 stalls each. A wonderful lakefront camp!
Description: Located on the shores of Tiger Lake, the ground is level and at grade; a nice balance of heavy, mature oak cover; most underbrush is removed; and the 16.4+/- acre camp compound is cleared and landscaped
Driving Directions: From Orlando: Take I-4 west to exit 55 (US 27) Go south for 24 miles Take Hwy 60 east towards Vero Beach for about 12 miles to the green state sign that reads "Lions Camp" Turn north (left) onto Tiger Lake Road The road is approximately 3 miles long and will dead-end at the camp From Miami: Take the Florida Turnpike north to YeeHaw Junction exit #193 Take Hwy 60 west towards Lake Wales, approximately 32 miles to the green state sign that reads "Lions Camp" Turn north (right) onto Tiger Lake Road The road is approximately 3 miles long and will dead-end at the camp From Tampa: Take Hwy 60 east towards Lake Wales/Vero Beach for +/- 55 miles Approximately 12 miles east of Lake Wales, turn north (left) at the green state sign that reads "Lions Camp" (Tiger Lake Road) The road is approximately 3 miles long and will dead-end at the camp