Twin Lakes Golf & RV Resort, Penticton, British Columbia
Twin Lakes Golf & RV Resort is a campground located in Penticton.
Twin Lakes features spectacular golf in a serene mountain setting. This beautiful 285 acre resort is nestled in a scenic valley surrounded by towering rock cliffs. The course features elevated tees, strategically bunkered greens and fairways, and water hazards on four holes. Multiple tee blocks on each hole ensure all players are challenged yet provides optimal playability. The course features pine, fir, and numerous deciduous trees and a variety of wildlife to complement the mountain scenery.In the clubhouse you will find the restaurant & lounge offering good food, friendly service, and a variety of local wines and micro brewed beers. The outdoor patio provides a relaxing place to take in the incredible view overlooking the 1st, 10th & 18th holes.
Twin Lakes Golf Resort also features a RV Park, only a nine iron from the 1st tee. Nearby you'll find trout stocked lakes, hiking & biking trails, sandy beaches, nighttime entertainment, and over twenty local wineries all within a 30 minute drive.The course is situated in the South Okanagan 20 Km's southwest of Penticton, BC or 35 miles north of the Canada/US border at Osoyoos.
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Nearby restaurants include Kaleden Restaurant & Caterers.
Reviews for Twin Lakes Golf & RV Resort, Penticton
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Thu 29 Aug 2013
Positives: There were many deer roaming the open field as well as a few family campers enjoying a game on the grass
Negatives: After leveling our trailer we set up our to Adirondack chairs by the firepit. We went over and chopped some wood and carried it back. We lit the fire and added some wood as normal. Our camp host decided she would carry over a bucket of water and placed it by our campfire. We carried on talking and enjoying the fire (No music no noise). After about 10 minutes the other campers lit their fire. It was pretty big but it was in control. another 10 minutes or so passed and I placed 2 more sticks on the fire but had them standing up about 10 inches over the ring. Our friendly camp host again came by and said the fire was too high and kept walking to tell the others the same I assume. On her way walking back I told her :
"once these start to burn I will knock them down" she replied without stopping "if you don't I will" (Very odd and rude comment) a few more minutes past and a friendly couple walked up stopped said hello and warmed up by the fire. They left and as promised I grabbed another stick and knocked down those now burning sticks the through the stick I had on as well. In less than 60 seconds the friendly camp host came charging up "I told you not to throw anymore wood on the fire" I told her "I just knocked those 2 pieces down as promised" she said no I watched you throw more wood on (Not true except for the stick I used to knock down as they were on fire and I wasn't going to use my hands)I told her again this is a misunderstanding she grabbed the bucket and doused our fire on the spot without any warning. She soaked my wife and covered me with ashes as we were sitting directly across from her. I jumped up and said "what are you doing?" (This fire was small it was just my wife and I) She stomped off and did the same to the other fire and made it a very un-friendly situation for all. Her husband (a man of 6' +) was trying to get into the mix as well by chirping in the back ground "go back to Vancouver" He was a coward of a man with nothing to say other than that and hiding behind his wifes shadow. We went inside our trailer on this lovely evening and stayed in until morning and left as quickly as possible. With the feeling that we received we never did get that round of golf in and left the entire grounds in the rearview. I'm not sure if the golf course and RV site are the same company but, believe me the golf course should know how the RV host is sending golfers and business away not overly eager to return. We went to Princeton Golf Club and RV and were treated very well and with respect.
We pulled in and were given an RV Site.
I couldn't wait to golf in the morning as I have wanted to golf here for many years after all of our friends gave us wonderful reviews especially the 1st hole apparently amazing
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