According to a report, the Clarks Hill Lake (Georgia) Timberline Glamping Co. site is under new local ownership.
Nathan and Rebeka Self, CEOs of Timberline Glamping Co., decided to sell their second location at Clarks Hill Lake to a local family.
Formerly known as Georgia Glamping Co., the Selfs started their business in 2018. They realized the need to disconnect and spend more time together outdoors.
According to its website, Timberline Glamping Co. has six glampsites that offer luxury camping experiences. They offer spacious fully-furnished Safari Tents and Bell Tents perfect for large families or groups of friends to glamp in comfort.
Amenities include a beach and swim area, boat ramp, restrooms and showers, playgrounds, disc golf championship course, fishing, and hiking trails.
What initially started as a dream became an unforgettable getaway for their guests.
The Self’s opened its lake location in April 2021; it boasts tranquil surroundings that offer swimming, fishing, hiking, disc golf, and boat access.
Micah and Lauren Hollis of Augusta acquired the Clarks Hill Lake location from the Selfs. They are eager to continue the work that the Selfs have started by highlighting the company’s passion for community engagement and involvement with the county.
“Timberline Glamping Co. has always valued community relationships,” Self said.
“We have been able to operate a successful and popular glamping operation in Augusta through our relationship with Columbia County. It is with great pleasure and confidence that we now hand the reins over to Micah and Lauren to continue the working relationship with Columbia County as well as drive their roots down deeper with other local businesses.”
The Hollises are committed to giving their guests unique experiences while also fostering their connections with the community.
For more information, visit https://augusta.tlglamping.com/.
This story originally appeared on WRDW. Featured image from Timberline Glamping Augusta.