Luxury glamping site gets new ownership by Augusta locals

‘Glamping’ trend returns to Clarks Hill Lake in Columbia County
‘Glamping’ trend returns to Clarks Hill Lake in Columbia County
Published: Jul. 7, 2022 at 11:21 AM EDT
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APPLING, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - A local Timberline Glamping Co. site is under new local ownership.

Nathan and Rebeka Self, CEOs of Timberline Glamping Co., made the decision to sell their second location at Clarks Hill Lake to a local family.

Formally known as Georgia Glamping Co., the Selfs started their company in 2018. They recognized the need in their family to unplug and spend more time together outdoors.

Timberline Glamping Co. host six glampsites that provide traditional camping experiences outside and the comfort and style of the inside.

What started out as a dream for them quickly became a unique getaway for their guests.

The Self’s opened the lake location in April 2021.

The Clarks Hill Lake location boasts a calm setting that offers fishing, hiking, swimming, disc golf and boat access.

Micah and Lauren Hollis, of Augusta, purchased the Clarks Hill Lake location from the Selfs. They are excited to continue what the Selfs started by emphasizing the company’s heart for community relationship and county engagement.

“Timberline Glamping Co. has always valued community relationships,” says Self. “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 providing their guests with one-of-a-kind experiences and growing their community connection.

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