- A Closeup view of the wooden bridge over the main spillway for Sagers Lake. The trail winds around the lake and ends up at the clubhouse. (our lake has a spillway for drainage.)
- The trail from the clubhouse to the wooden bridge over the spillway. The trail from this direction leads to a secondary spillway.
- The campfire area, a gathering spot in our campground. We have plenty of wooden logs for the campfire and tree stumps to sit on.
- A view of our campground area with the campfire in the foreground. We have room for quite a few tent campers. There are also picnic tables, shade trees and a porta-potty in the area. We mow the lawn at least once a week.
- The walkway to the clubhouse. The swimming pool would be to the rear and the beach area on Sagers Lake, pier and sun deck are to your left.
- The front of the clubhouse from the lawn by the flag pole. There are plenty of places to relax and soak up the sun.
- Inside the clubhouse is a great place to relax when it is cool or your need a break from the sun. Here are some of the some comfortable chairs, coffee table and the fireplace. Over the fireplace, we have a map of the grounds.
- The large air-conditioned meeting room in the clubhouse. We use this area for meetings, dinners and parties. There is a TV Set and plenty of books in the bookshelves.
- The east pier sun deck, lawn chairs and sitting bench. There is lots of room to relax and get a tan, read or enjoy a conversation.
- The east pier, showing part of the sandy beach, sun deck and sheltered area of the pier. There is a gas grill, dining table and various boats available to use at the pier.
- a view of the east pier from the sheltered area of the pier, showing the dining table and another sitting bench. Members and guests often have plenty of food on the table.
- The front gate area of the club. Drive in and park your car to the right in the parking lot. On your way to the clubhouse, you will pass by our swimming pool.
- One of the many hiking trails on the grounds. On our 130 acres, we have plenty of hiking trails. Many of them are shaded and in the spring we have lots of wildflowers. A map is available from the gatekeeper. Hikers should respect the privacy of lawns and private homes.
- Another hiking trail. You are required to wear or carry a cover-up (such as a towel). You must cover-up in areas where you are visible from outside the grounds including the areas near the two gates, and on the causeway at the southeast end of Sagers Lake. Visitors are prohibited from walking across the causeway unless they are accompanied by a member. If you wish to hike to the south side of the club, go across the dam at the northwest end of the lake and hike up the trail.
- The member kitchen area available for all members and guests to use. A refrigerator and stove, dishes, pots and pans and silverware are available for all to use. We just ask that when you are done using the kitchen, you clean up and leave the kitchen like you found it.
- Nature's Hollow, a gathering place on the south side of the club grounds. You can hike around the lake or go in the south gate to get there. There is a sheltered area with picnic tables for dining and parties. There is also a playground area for children and it is near campsites available for seasonal rental.
- The outside showers near the swimming pool. We ask that you shower with soap before entering the swimming pool.
- Another view of the outside showers by the swimming pool. We supply liquid body soap, shampoo and conditioner.
- A closeup view of a corner of the swimming pool. We like to keep our pool clean. We have a professional service come in twice a week and the members also help take care of the pool.
- A view of the swimming pool from the back of the pool area. We have a cover that we sometimes put over the pool at night when it rains or gets cold so it will retain heat. We like to keep the pool at about 86 degrees. The house by the pool has the pumps, filters and heaters inside.
- A view of the swimming pool near the dart board area. Come early to make sure you get a lawn chair or two.
- An RV Site on th North side of the lake, not far from the clubhouse. We have about 10 RV Sites available for weekend and vacation use which have an electric and water hook-up. There is also a dump station nearby. There is room for some very large motor homes and buses in this area. Reserve a spot early on busy holiday weekends.
- The welcome sign on the grass in front of the clubhouse, surrounded by flowers and shrubs. This has been our welcome message for more than 70 years - "Welcome all ye who seek sunshine and rest for here they are abundant" - Lake O' The Woods Club. Come and experience it...