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We went to Tyler Place for the first time last September (final week of the 2017 season). Unfortunately, I am just now getting around to reviewing. We went during the rainy week that some other reviewers have mentioned. It definitely affected what we did throughout...More
...and probably more. I rarely write reviews (as you can see by my profile) so a place has to be very special for me to do so.
We just returned from our first visit to Tyler Place. To give you some context, we are a...More
We had the most amazing vacation and it rained 80-90% of the time! I had 21 meals without my children: ages 2.5 and 13 mo. It was the most stress free vacation I've ever had! There are planned activities every day and you can participate...More
We've spent a week each in the summers of 2017 and 2016. Others have described the nitty gritty detail of how this magical place operates. All I can say is that for our family of 5, who hasn't ever had any help or babysitting while...More
We have been staying here every summer for 4 years. Great place, kids love it, and we've made some good friends over the years. We always come back the same week each year. Chad and the staff do a great job of introducing all of...More
There is a small convenience store right at the entrance. Tylers Place provides bicycles with baskets on them, and you will pick one up at the start if the week and just keep it all week. So for basic necessities like... More
There is a small convenience store right at the entrance. Tylers Place provides bicycles with baskets on them, and you will pick one up at the start if the week and just keep it all week. So for basic necessities like that, its easy to bike there and bring it back, and I would not worry. Maybe half a mile from the main lodge. Store is maybe 1000 sq ft, no where near a supermarket, but milk, diapers, snacks, staple foods. They also sell cats if you're into those, one of the guests even bought one last year.