|Wyboo Mens Tennis||Tue, Thu, Sat||08:00-10:00||09:00-11:00|
|Wyboo Womens Tennis||Mon, Wed, Fri||08:00-10:00||09:00-11:00|
Location: Corner of Ridge Lake Drive and Lake Arbu Drive
Hours: Available at all times
Adjacent to the community center is a 30` X 75` Junior Olympic Size Lap Pool. Depths range from 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 feet. In addition to leisurely swimming and sunbathing, water aerobics sessions are held on a regular schedule. Poolside also plays host to cookouts, occasional happy hours and other community social events.
Location: Community Center Complex
Hours: May thru September 8:AM to 10:PM
The answer: PickleBall.
PickleBall turns 50 this year and is one of the fastest growing activities — especially among seniors. There are over 2,000 PickleBall locations in the United States, doubling the 2010 total, according to the USA PickleBall Association, which attributes the growth to the sport’s popularity in community centers, physical education classes, YMCAs and retirement communities.
Wyboo Plantation has two newly built PickleBall Courts.
Location: Located next to the Community Center
North and South Lakes
Situated just off the point of Wyboo Creek are North & South Lakes. Along these shores are picturesque waterfront homesites for both patio style and custom homes.
A uniquely designed boat lift provides residents with a quick, direct access to the waters of Lake Marion.
In addition to being a safe haven for watercraft, these waters are a magnet for various species of wildlife from herons and egrets to mallards, wood ducks, mergansers and canada geese. Occasionally, one can even get a close up look at the magnificent bald eagle.
Book Club meets every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10 AM. Current and feature selections are posted in the library.
The library houses a Large Print books section as well as past Book Club selections.
A computer and wi-fi are available to all users.
For more information contact Pat Rohal ([email protected]) or 478-7707.
Location: WYBOO COMMUNITY CENTER
Hours: ALL DAY – EVERY DAY
Costs: FREE LENDING LIBRARY
Wyboo Plantation boasts a 6500 square foot community center along with nine acres of land adjacent to the 2nd fairway of The Players Course. This facility features a library, workout equipment, game rooms, pool table, crafts room, public access WiFi, dance floor and full kitchen. It is the focal point for many community activities including: association meetings, informal gatherings, dinners, dances, craft activities, game nights, duplicate bridge and friendly poker games. The Property Administrator office is also located here.
In addition to Lake Marion, many residents of Wyboo Plantation reside on Lake Arbu, a 35 acre inland lake. Known as a haven for largemouth bass, Lake Arbu is open for use by all property owners. It also provides direct access by boat to Lake Marion for residents living on its shores and those with boat slips in its marina.
Wyboo Plantation has a custom built launch for Kayaks and Canoes that allows easy access to Lake Marion.
Location: Located next to the Lake Arbu Lift on Ridge Lake
Golf Course – Wyboo Golf Club
Wyboo Golf Club: Par 72 18-hole Championship Course
Blue-6908,White-6395, Gold-5718, Red-4950
Golf Course – The Players Course at Wyboo
The Players Course at Wyboo: Par 72 18-hole Championship Course
Tournament-6712, Manning-6132, Players-5757, Carolina-4987
Community Storage Facility
A large, open storage facility is provided to residents on a space available basis. It is fenced, gated and locked. The storage site is not for storage of anything other than boats, personal watercraft, RV`s, campers or trailers. If you desire to use this area you must first contact the Property Administrator for allocation of an appropriate space for storing your item.
Lake Marion the heart of the Santee Cooper lake system.
The community garden area is owned by our community association. It is fenced in and irrigation runs to each plot.
It is plotted into sections and is assigned to residents free of charge (by the garden committee) on a first come, first serve basis. Users are responsible for planting and maintenance of their site.