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Bluegreen Wilderness Club™ at Big Cedar®

Bluegreen Wilderness Club™ at Big Cedar®
1285 Estate Drive
RidgedaleMissouri 65739
(417) 348-4085

Patterned after the grand wilderness lodge architecture of the Adirondacks, Bluegreen Wilderness Club™ offers the ultimate family-friendly retreat. This 40-acre Bluegreen 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 9,000-square-foot clubhouse features 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.

The 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 paddleboat available at the full-service marina. Work out in the fitness center then relax in the heated pools, hot tubs, or treat yourself to a massage in the spa. Enjoy world-class cuisine at your choice of restaurants including Truman Smokehouse and The Worman House.

Land lovers can go hiking along the wooded trails surrounding the Wilderness Club and enjoy breathtaking views. Photography is also a popular pastime here.

Accommodations

The regional charm of the Ozarks is reflected in the rustic elegance of the Wilderness Club’s two- and three-bedroom log cabins and studio, one- and two-bedroom 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. Who would’ve thought the wilderness could be so luxurious and accommodating?

Area Info

You’ll have access to the beauty and adventure of the Ozarks’ great outdoors, plus the electric atmosphere of Branson, the “Live Music Show Capital of the World.” This is truly a year-round vacation destination. Visit Silver Dollar City for all the live shows, attractions, and entertainment you can handle. Experience the thrilling water-rides at White Water, or hop aboard a riverboat and cruise Table Rock Lake. Trek your way through Dogwood Canyon Nature Park, explore Talking Rocks Cavern, or take in the beauty of the Ozarks during a round of golf. But don’t forget to check out Branson Landing for the best shopping and dining Branson has to offer.


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Comments

16 Responses to “ Bluegreen Wilderness Club™ at Big Cedar®”
  1. Anonymous wrote:
    April 1, 2012 at 10:37 pm

    How many people will a condo accomodate? What about timeshare tours?

  2. Anonymous wrote:
    August 14, 2012 at 5:41 pm

    Question: Before I decide to upgrade and book my vacation for next year. What amenities are included and the cost of each of them. This will determine if we would like to upgrade or stay with what we have and just do something else around Branson.

  3. Anonymous wrote:
    October 13, 2012 at 5:08 pm

    The $5.00 a day charge was a bit much (towels soap shuttle service sheets) that should be included with the fee to trade in. Otherwise the place was beautiful.

  4. Anonymous wrote:
    March 8, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    Love Big Cedar…one of our favorites but can never get in!! I think it has been oversold.

  5. Anonymous wrote:
    April 23, 2013 at 10:30 am

    very nice.

  6. Anonymous wrote:
    May 2, 2013 at 3:21 pm

    Very lovely resort but sad to say I have time on May 9th leaving on May 12th and will not be able to use. Wish I could rent to someoneelse.

  7. Anonymous wrote:
    June 14, 2013 at 5:03 pm

    Would you recommend staying at the lodge or cabins?

  8. Anonymous wrote:
    July 30, 2013 at 10:55 pm

    We have not gotten to stay in a cabin since 2011. It is oversold! When we bought 3 different times we got enough points for us and our children to enjoy. We usually stay in small studio unit. We want to know when Top of The Rock will reopen?

  9. Anonymous wrote:
    August 6, 2013 at 11:03 am

    It is disappointing that big cedar is hard to schedule stay. Especially when you bye in and realize its not always open to you. It has been a few years and we finally got a cabin for two days.

  10. Anonymous wrote:
    August 15, 2013 at 4:53 pm

    We have been BG Owners since 2009 and I was just able to get a reservation for May, 2014. We are booked in the Viney Creek Lodge. Does anyone have any pictures of this lodge? We are booked in a 2 bedroom combined lodge.

  11. Anonymous wrote:
    October 15, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    We have been Bluegreen owners since Aug 2004 and will be staying at Big Cedar for our 9th time in December. We have never had any trouble getting in and we have stayed in two bedroom cabins, two bedroom and one bedroom lodge villas. We are able to book 11 month out most of the time; however, I booked our December visit this year in May and still was able to get in. We have a two bedroom lodge; a two bedroom cabin was available but we did not have enough points left for the year to book the cabin. With a little planning, you can get into any of the resorts you want. I always book online and, for the very popular resorts, I book the 11-month window at midnight.

  12. Anonymous wrote:
    November 27, 2013 at 12:07 pm

    The key to getting into Big Cedar is PLANNING, PLANNING, PLANNING! I go on the wait list beginning at the 14 month window and ALWAYS get into the lodge I want for the dates I want. If I didn’t plan ahead, I wouldn’t get in either. We spend most holidays there, so it is IMPERATIVE that I work this way to get in…and it is worth it EVERYTIME! Even the $5 fee that someone else thought was too high…it is a BARGAIN for EVERYTHING you get at this resort…it compares to none other in beauty and amenities, bar none.

  13. Anonymous wrote:
    December 6, 2013 at 5:53 pm

    THis is a wonderful place to visit. This year I coulnd’t book for the first time and was told that Bluegreen is last on the list with a very very very small segment of the resort allotted to Bluegreen owners. Regarding the 5 dollar comment, this is the only resort I know that charges it (so called audit) fee. Mulitply it by the number of units and it is handsome to Big Cedar. By the way you don’t know that unless you examine your check out bill. Remember this is an affiliate not a BlueGreen Property.

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