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Tanglewood Park, Clemmons

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  • Although there were hundreds of cars going through the display, the wait was well worth it. Grandchildren absolutely loved the lights and beautiful displays. Great job Tanglewood Park employees. Be ba...  more »
  • My go to place to enjoy the trails, visit the horses, and take in the gorgeous flowers and plants at the Arboretum. Festival of Lights a must see. Spectacular light displays. Tanglewood is the shining...  more »
  • The” Festival of Lights” is a 4-mile + road venture throughout the Tangle wood Park starting at the gate. Let me state this now, you must plan ahead and unless you like waiting for 4 hours+ in line be...  more »
  • Great place to go watch Christmas lights! Very long line to go through in order to see them but worth the trip. During the year, Tanglewood has many attractions to enjoy. It normally cost $2.00 to visit. Tanglewood has 2 professional golf courses, a par 3 golf course, horse riding stables, Public swimming pool and a fenced dog park among many other activities. Very nice must see place in the Triad. I highly recommend.
  • We LOVE the Tanglewood Lights! We have gone every year for many years! They have added so much over the years! The barn is a great halfway point to stop and see Santa, get treats and find wonderful homemade crafts and goodies! Expect about an hour or more wait time to just get in the gate on certain nights. But, there are lights to look at and a big tree that changes patterns!
  • The lights were pretty but the station we were told to turn to 99.5 had way to many commercials and talking. It would enhance the experience if there was actual Christmas music throughout the viewing of the lights. It would also be helpful if the people at the gates paid more attention to cars coming in and tell them to turn out their lights.
  • There is a nice paved walking trail that makes a 1.5 or 2 mile loop. Benches are scattered around the trail. Nice campground and picnic areas with clean restroom. Good dog park near the campground area. My only complaints are I wish the trails through the woods weren't just for bikes. Would like if they were open to walkers a few days a week. You can access the walking and biking trails for free from the parking lots near the dog park and campground, at the North end of the park. There's a fee to go past the main gate to get to the pool, tennis courts, manor house. It would be nice if the river trail actually had more than one obscure place to see the river. Some more river viewing areas and seating would be great.
  • Nature. Serenity. Lively. This park has it all. If you are looking for an area to exercise, run, bike, go horseback riding, swim, play volleyball, soccer, or golf, hike, or just relax on the park benches stationed throughout the nature trails, this park is the place for you. Nature trails are abundant and offer a variety of paths, both paved and natural, that takes you around, throughout, inside, and outside the park. You can walk, jog, run, bike, and horseback ride on specific trails. While doing said activity, the active wildlife is a beautiful sight to experience. During the summer, the pool is the main attraction that offers a multitude of fun activities to do, including the water dunk buckets, full sized pool, slides, and a lazy river. During the winter, the Festival of Lights event is the main attraction where families pay per car and enjoy a light show through the park. In addition, there are several locations scattered around the location that can be reserved and rented out for various occasions, including family reunions, get-togethers, cookouts, celebrations, and even weddings. All of the public restrooms are cleaned and fully stocked with soap and paper towels. If you’re looking to get into the park for free, you may park near Tanglewoof, a section of Tanglewood that is dedicated to dog and pet exercise and socialization, and traverse the trails that are available immediate to the parking lot. Overall, this park is an amazing choice if you are looking to spend time with family or just to exercise by yourself. There are plenty of activities and beautiful scenery everywhere you go.

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