Old Wildlife Club – Amenities at Camp Lake James
The Old Wildlife Club is just over 550 acres and homesites range in size from one to seven acres. Waterfront homesites and lake-access homesites, featuring a dedicated boat slip are both available. All property owners in Old Wildlife Club will be members of Camp Lake James, Crescent’s Lake adventure center.
This community is located south central side of the lake approximately 15 miles from Morganton and 10 miles from Marion.
Old Wildlife Club is a private Lake James community with resort style adventure amenities. Captivating views across the lake water of the Blue Ridge Mountains–Dobson’s Knob to Linville Gorge–abound.
Lake James meanders through the Catawba River Valley in western North Carolina. To the north is the Pisgah National Forest and Linville Gorge Wilderness. Nearby Lake James State Park forms the heart of the combined Lake James communities.
Every day is a vacation for residents of homes in Old Wildlife Club. Real estate comes with wonderful amenities at Camp Lake James and the community boat dock. Camp is 5 minutes away by boat.
Details – Homes & Lots in Old Wildlife Club
Old Wildlife Club includes approximately 80 home sites in two phases. Lots of 1-7 acres cluster along several peninsulas. They include waterfront properties and lake-access properties. Among them are four lots in Rafter’s Roost, an old turkey meadow. Prices for lots begin in the $100,000s.
The distinctive neighborhood includes large homes and family compounds as well as smaller cabins. Architecture relys on beautiful woods, timbers, and/or stone blends into the gorgeous environment. Home prices range from $600,000s and surpass $1 million.
Streets reflect the former hunting grounds: Wildlife Club Drive, Wildlife Club Road, Gameland Drive, Fish Camp Drive, Rusty Hook Drive, Turtle Head Drive, Bream Flats Drive, Gobblers Neck Drive, Hunt Camp Drive, etc. Old Wildlife Club had a Nebo, North Carolina address.
Camp Lake James Amenities
Camp Lake James membership comes with property ownership in Old Wildlife Club. A gathering hub for fun and recreation. Swimming pools, tennis courts, Expedition Center, and outdoor amphitheater—sound good? The social hall also has a workout room, game room and canteen.
Miles of hiking and biking trails wend throughout the region. Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail is close to Camp Lake James.
Crescent Communities, LLC
Old Wildlife Club is a development by Crescent Communities. Founded in 1963, Crescent Communities makes stewardship of the land a priority. Crescent seeks to create long-term value and improve lives by developing thoughtful, sustainable communities.
McDowell County Schools serve families living in the neighborhood at Nebo Elementary, East McDowell Junior High, McDowell High School, McDowell Early College.
From Interstate 40 at Morganton, take exit 90 toward Nebo/Lake James. Turn right on Harmony Grove Road. Continue onto State Road 1536. Turn right on N CA-126 E and left on Wildlife Road. Turn right onto Old Wildlife Club Road.
Marion is 8 miles southwest and Morganton is 22 miles east. There is an airport in Asheville, North Carolina about 45 minutes west of Old Wildlife Club. Charlotte International Airport is 90 minutes east.
For more information about properties in Old Wildlife Club, don’t hesitate to call Lake James Real Estate, Inc 828-584-9999 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a personal tour of the lake and its communities – on foot or by boat. We’d be happy to show you around. (Hey, we’re always looking for an excuse to get out on the Lake.)