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Silverleaf's Villages

Flint, Texas

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  • Silverleaf's Villages is situated among the sparkling shores of Lake Palestine, one of the largest and most beautiful water-sports playgrounds in the Southwest. The lake's 100 miles of shoreline and miles of waterways offer an unending selection of water-oriented activities. Watercraft rentals, boat slips and launch ramps are available at the marina. For those who prefer land activities, miniature golf, horseback riding, tennis, basketball, archery, and volleyball are available.

    The WaterPark at The Villages opened in January 2008 and is located at Silverleaf’s The Villages Resort – a family playground and Texas vacation destination on nearly 3,000 acres of piney woods on Lake Palestine. The newest indoor water park in Texas is also one of the largest, with 25,000 square feet of fun for the entire family. Our 19,000-square-foot, glass-enclosed recreational area is climate controlled and features a retractable roof for outdoor summer excitement.

    Nearby Tyler, the rose capital of Texas, is home to the Caldwell Zoo and Tyler's Municipal Rose Garden.

  • On-Site
    • BBQ Area
    • Biking
    • Boating
    • Children's Pool
    • Fishing
    • Game Room
    • Handicap Accessible Units
    • Health Club
    • Horseback Riding
    • Internet Access
    • Lake
    • Laundry Room
    • Movie Theater
    • Outdoor Pool
    • Playground Area
    • Restaurant
    • RV Parking
    • Security
    • Snack Bar
    • Swimming
    • Tennis
    • Water Skiing
    • Whirlpool/Hot Tub
    Nearby
    • Golf (15 miles)
    • Grocery Store (2 miles)
    • Live Entertainment (15 miles)
    • Medical Facilities (3 miles)
  • Reviews

    • Avatar for chistuc
      By: chistuc

      We traveled to Silverleaf's Villages during Easter week of 2003. The unit we stayed in was nice and well equipped. The major pool was being renovated which resulted in a crowded small pool, not smart to repair pool on Easter break. The resort rates average, I definitely wouldn't buy one, but the surrounding area was fabulous. We had a wonderful time exploring the backroads. It is beautiful there during Easter and Tyler is a dynamite town. Make sure you try the Texas Roadhouse, we ate there 3 times. Resort 3 stars, surrounding area 5 stars.

      Jul 14, 2003 (Updated Dec 24, 2004)
    • Avatar for leslie209
      By: leslie209

      This is a great "country" place to visit. our stay was in one of the older units but still nice and had what we needed. It is a nice relaxing place with easy access to Tyler for some sightseeing or shopping. Workout room is nice and very cool to have a mini movie theater!

      May 7, 2004
    • Avatar for sen
      By: sen

      The resort is good if you get a "new" room. (This picture is of one of the "Presidential" rooms.) The "Presidential" rooms are great. The old rooms are nasty and beat up. There are holes in the walls. Things are broken. I was appalled. I immediately called RCI to change rooms.

      The grounds are great. The swimming pools were clear and lots of fun. The marina was "rustic" and not really a place to hang- out. It was sort of an eyesore. I understand that it will be undergoing renovations. We caught some fish and saw an incredible sunset.

      Silverleaf offers "Vacation Escapes" where the owners can use the resort free any available time during their color (red, white, or blue). This creates a horrendous crowd during the weekend which almost completely vanishes Sunday. The owners don't seem to realize that they "own" the property and many things are broken or very used. Especially in the older parts of the resort.

      We had a great time. Tyler was lots of fun. The rose garden is beautiful. The town has everything you need- not opera or Broadway, but everything is up to date as in any other city... all the fast food chains, a great mall, great antique shops. I was suprised. I thought we were going to some hoboky little town in east Texas. It was fun.

      Oct 29, 2002 (Updated Oct 29, 2002)
  • 18270 Singing Wood Lane
    Flint, Texas 75762
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