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We are located halfway between Bloomington and Peoria Illinois.  Exit 112 off Interstate 74 on route 117 then, off 117 on to Timberline rd.   Roughly one and a half mile from the Interstate.


Over 300 sites are offered that include full hookup, water and electric, p bzaintwz. la compagnie timberlandrimitive, rental cabins and trailers. Daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates area available. Limited full hookup sites are open over the winter months. We are a great place to call home during the camping season!


Here, we have a private lake (stocked for fishing – no license required), paddle boats, pedal carts, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball, a swimming pool, mini golf, wagon rides, golf cart rental, planned activities and much more! If your family is looking for a great getaway, Timberline Goodfield is the perfect place to camp with friends! We also have a Gem Mine! Another great way to create memories with your family!


We’re hoping you’ll find them all inviting and come join us this season … we’re sure you’ll be back again and again!




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Hunting

HUNTING

The best of all worlds. You can hunt for Trophy Whitetail Deer, Elk, and Buffalo inside our 1,500 acres. Or, you can free range hunt on thousands of acres of Kansas rolling farmland for Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Duck, Doves, and Geese. We also now have Pheasants, Quail, Chukar. Like we said, the best of all worlds.

 

Fishing at Timber Hills Lake Ranch

FISHING

A dream come true for most anglers, Timber Hills offers some of the best fishing in Kansas. Boasting a private 40 acre lake and many farm ponds, it will be hard to leave the boat once the abundant bass and crappie start biting! Off site fishing trips to nearby private farm ponds and reservoirs are also available. We have half-day trips, full-day trips and overnight stays with guides and picnic lunches. It doesn’t get much better than this!
* No License Required while on Timber Hills Property *

Hiking

ACTIVITIES

Our guides will take you and your family on a guided tour of the grounds. They will talk to you about the wagon train roads that are on the property and you can enjoy seeing the civil war walls and old homesteads. We can take you on a late night animal sighting trip where you can spotlight animals at night in the wild. There are many trips available depending on your family’s desires. Just ask and you may be surprised at what we can dish up for you.

Lodging at Timber Hills Lake Ranch

LODGING

Book one of our lodges for a business meeting, party or family gathering. We also have cabins for a private stay for your group, or share the spaces with fellow travelers. All of our cabins are centrally located on the property and perfect for small to large groups or families looking for time away. Each cabin is designed to provide comfortable sleeping quarters for up to four guests, and have a kitchenette. Arrange for meals to be prepared for you, or bring and cook your own food. Barbeque grills can be provided for minimal charge.

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Timber Talk

Friday, November 13, 2009

Exciting up coming events

We have some very exciting upcoming events for our camp families, alumni, and prospective camp families... Spread the word!
We hope to see everyone at one of these events in November and December. Please call the office at 215-887-9700 or e-mail info@timbertops.com for more information.


Sunday, November 15th
4-5:30pm
Baltimore Area Open House
Hettleman Residence
Baltimore, MD

Sunday, November 22nd
12-2pm
Central Jersey Area "Bring a Friend" Event
Bounce U
Morganville, NJ

Sunday, November 29th
12:30-2pm
Philadelphia Area "Bring a Friend" Event
Gumdrops and Sprinkles
Wayne, Pa

Tuesday, December 15th
4:30-6:30pm
Philadelphia area Hughie Black Basketball Clinic
Plymouth Rec Center, Plymouth Meeting, PA

Friday, November 6, 2009

"Memories of Joan Summerfield" by Ted Weinstein

Joan Summerfield passed away last month. Joan worked at Timber Tops from 1970 -1977. She was such a special woman that I wanted to share some memories with you. Joan used to take campers on tubing trips on the Lackawaxan river, hikes down Shohola Falls, and canoeing on the Delaware. In fact, our 10th grade trip used to be an overnight canoe trip. The first night, the group cooked steaks over a campfire. The next day, the trip ended at Rebers, a pretty fancy place in the mountains. The kids and counselors showered and then had a nice dinner at the hotel restaurant.

Joan was a camp character. Once when I wanted to stop the practical jokes that were occurring in the middle of the night, Joan and I decided to stay up all night to catch the culprits At her Shiva, I asked her daughter, Julie, who was a camper, how come we couldn't catch you, She told me that her Mom was the leader of the pranks. Julie said that her mother was so much fun. One time I woke up to find all the chairs and tables from the dining hall set up at the flagpole. I was worried about these pranks because it wasn't safe for kids to be running around in the middle of the night. Little did I know it was supervised and safe because Joan was not only present, it was her idea.

She worked with Arnie Dort, the guy who built our ropes course, to plan some other fun stuff. Susan and I used to run five miles every morning before the campers awoke. On my birthday, I got back in bed because on August 6th the whole camp used to come to my cabin to try to make me skip around the flagpole. For the first time, nobody came. I got up to find that the cabins were empty and that nobody was at line up. We looked every where. I was excited because with no campers, I could go back to bed. Susan, the practical one, told me it was my responsibility to find the campers. After looking all over camp again, I decided to go to Pine Forest to tell Marvin Black, Mickey's Dad, that I had lost the whole camp. When we passed Alice’s, there they were lined up by bunk with Joan and Arnie.

One morning after we showed the movie “Meatballs” which was the movie where campers stole the director in his sleep, Arnie woke me up at 6:00 and asked me to come with him. He had a bed and cubbie on a wooden raft on the lake. He told me to pretend I was asleep and that he would tell the campers he and Joan had stole me. I heard the whole camp whispering loudly as they came down the path. "Good morning Uncle Ted" they shouted as I rolled over and fell into the lake. It was cold that morning. It took me until 3rd period to catch my breath. Thus I became the camps first polar bear.

I don't like practical jokes when they hurt someone’s feelings or make life difficult for them. Children can sometimes get out of control unless, of course, they are lead by the biggest child at camp, Joan Summerfield. At her Shiva, a woman who came in from California just to be there told me Joan changed her life. This woman said that Joan made her believe in herself, told her she could be whomever she wanted to be and showed her how to have fun. Thank you for the memories Joan.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

It was a beautiful "Fall" Day in Downtown Greeley!

The sun was shining, the leaves were changing color, and the air was crisp! For three hours Downtown Greeley was the place to be!

After everyone hugged hello and ate a delicious lunch, we danced to "Reach for the Stars", then participated in fun fall activities, including hayrides around camp, making chocolate chip smores, a fun game of guess your best with Rachel and Lauren, and pumpkin painting.

The reunion ended with a traditional CTT campfire, led by Anna

Thank you everyone who made this such a special day.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

A note from Anna

Hi, Camp Friends!

Just a quick note to let you know how excited all of us are for the camp reunion NEXT WEEKEND! Hooray! Gayle, Missy, David, Pam, Millie and I had a conference call last week and (after catching up on the juicy details of Ashely's dance class and Nori's potty training), we're pretty sure we planned an awesome reunion for all of you! Here's something to think about: what's your favorite camp song? Each grade will get to lead a song at our reunion campfire. We'll pick as a group once you're at camp, so come with a few songs in mind! After all, what's a day at Timber Tops without a little (okay, more than a little) singing! We have other exciting events in store, too.

As the weather is getting cooler and school feels in full swing, I'm kept warm by memories of what was an incredible summer in Greeley, PA. Let's keep the spirit alive! Reunion '09!

See you soon!

Love,
Anna

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Reunion Time

In two weeks, for the first time ever, our camp reunion will be held in Downtown Greeley! For those of you who may not know, Camp Timber Tops is located in Downtown Greeley, PA.

We are so excited to see everyone, and have a little bit of summer, down the winding road, in October.

Monday, May 18, 2009

A note from Hillary Drucker (Unit Leader of Senior Division)

Spring is my favorite time of year—March is my birthday month, the tulips I planted in the fall are blooming (except for the ones that were nibbled on by the bunnies in my yard), it’s warm enough outside to ride my bike, and of course it means that camp is so soon!! It has become increasingly difficult to concentrate in my classes (at Temple University) as my mind wanders to thoughts of Timber Tops. What will the Pike County shirts look like? Will we be eating more macaroni and cheese this summer? Has Costa’s changed at all?

As I am writing this, my dog, Lady, is on my bed looking out the window with her head resting on my red squishy CTT old timers pillow. She looks pretty comfortable, so I think I will let her borrow it. My friends from home are currently stressed out about finding summer internships and jobs and I feel so lucky to be going back to camp for my tenth year! After teaching athletics and working with the CA’s, I’m looking forward to being a Low Sr. Unit Leader and getting to know the 7th and 8th graders. I can't wait to see everyone from previous summers again and to meet all of the new campers who are destined to love the Mountain Camp for Girls as much as the rest of us.

I was recently at an Indigo Girls concert with my camp friend, Arielle Nathan. It was great to imagine myself singing some of the songs around a Friday night campfire where nearby Lake Selma looks as smooth as glass. Keep the countdowns going on facebook, they make my day!
xoxo Hillary****

Monday, May 11, 2009

A note from Lauren Mechanic (Unit Leader of Junior Division)

Hi! I hope everyone is enjoying the nice weather, it means camp is almost here! So I was originally going to write about why I love camp so much, but I found that none of the 15 or so versions that I wrote could truly explain it (which I think is proof enough). Instead, I’m going to tell you some of my favorite things about camp in hopes that they will get you excited about the upcoming summer.

Overall, I think my favorite days at camp are the ones when we have regular schedule. Of course I love special events like The 4th of July and Pioneer Days, but it is the normal days that I love the most. Seeing the girls practicing their favorite sport, sliding down the iceberg in the lake, or simply eating lunch with their bunk mates is what camp is all about. I remember when I was a camper I couldn’t wait to try all of the different activities at camp. That’s what makes Timber Tops so great; you can do any and all activities no matter if it’s your 1st time or your 50th.

Another one of my favorite parts of camp, and I’m sure many of you will agree, is evening program. Interestingly enough, I think one of the more memorable things about evening program is the atmosphere. The sun is starting to set, the temperature cools down a little bit, and another great day at camp is winding down. Campfires are always fun and I know how much everyone loves lip sync night! In addition to these classics, we have a few new evening programs in the works. Without giving too much away, let me just say that eggs and the phrase “survey says” might be involved (although not necessarily at the same time.)

If it isn’t obvious enough, I can’t wait for camp to start; I know it’s going to be a great summer! I hope everyone enjoys the remaining few weeks of school; they’re going to fly by. Before we know it, two months will have passed and it will be time to start making new memories.

See you soon!
Lauren Mechanic
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