Discover Twin Creeks

Experience everything Twin Creeks has to offer with by staying with us, a new way to get involved at Tims Ford Lake.

Just choose your favorite way to stay, pick your time frame, and start planning the best trip you’ll have all year.

Personality in Every Home

Relax In Style

Stay the night in one of our cozy LakeBnBs. Just choose your flavor and we’ll take care of everything else.

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First Class RV Resort

Our state-of-the-art RV resort is coming online soon. Be the first to know when it’s ready to book.

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Grab a bite

See first-hand what all the hype is about at Drafts & Watercrafts, a top-tier floating bar & grill. Take a break from boating to grab a bite & watch the game, or bring some food back to your private villa to enjoy.

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Explore Tims Ford Lake

Enjoy everything that the lake has to offer such rental boats and a full-service marina

Rent A Boat

Celebrate Your Way

However you vacation, we have you covered. There’s always something to do at Twin Creeks. Whether it’s an event, a reunion, or you’re taking the plunge, our event spaces have you covered.

Event Here

True Waterside Vacations

  • Eat, laugh, and sing at our seasonal floating restaurant.
  • Rent a boat and play on the lake.
  • Explore our beautiful hiking trails and more...

Want to explore outside of the resort?

We got you covered with area attractions such as:

  • Jack Daniel’s Distillery
  • Bear trace golf course
  • The eclectic city of Winchester
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Jason & Sara

“Twin Creeks is our go-to destination. We’ve stayed in nearly all of their LakeBnBs now, and not one of them disappoints. We recommend that anyone who wants to get away and have a good time go to Twin Creeks.”