• Hurricane Ian

    Hurricane Ian may bring heavy rain and gusty winds to our area.  Our maintenance and grounds staff will be on standby over the weekend if needed for debris removal.  In case of an emergency, please pull your emergency pull cord.  For non-emergent needs, please contact security at 336- 538-1588.  Please remember to charge and turn on your cell phones and to have shelf stable food items in the event of a power outage.

    The Blue Heron Pub is closed tonight on Friday, Sept 30th due to inclement weather and will reopen for dinner tomorrow evening. 


  • Golf Tournament Postponed

    Fall golf tournament for Monday, October 3rd at Country Hills has been postponed due to weather. Questions, please contact Amy Webster at 336-538-1525 or awebster@twinlakescomm.org.

  • Crop Walk - Rain Plan

    Hurricane Ian has changed our plans for this Saturdays CROP Walk on campus.  Because of the high probability of rain on Saturday, we will have a Drive-Thru Walk between 8:30 and 9:30am on Saturday morning.  Drive to the Boland portico, stay in your car, give us your name, hand over your donor envelope, receive your t-shirt and plan to wear it on your Walk on the next sunny day.  Checks may be made payable to CWS / CROP.  If you prefer to walk in the rain, feel free to do so, but first stop by Boland.

A Good Place to Call Home

Ideally located halfway between the mountains and beaches of this beautiful state, Twin Lakes Community is highly-regarded as one of North Carolina's best retirement communities.

Our residents enjoy a rich and rewarding lifestyle, achieving successful, healthy aging. Living life to the fullest is not a cliché at Twin Lakes
Community; it is a satisfying reality.

Twin Lakes Community is a neighborhood where long
time friends are as important as long-term care. Where
independence is treasured. And where the transition isn’t
about what you give up, but what you’ve gained.