Woodrun was developed in 1973 by Woodrun, Inc. and was transferred to Woodrun Property Owners Association, Inc. in 1981. At its inception, Woodrun was designed as a weekend get-away with small cabins and camping. However, as more property owners desired to build larger homes and make Woodrun their permanent residence, the building restrictions were changed to allow for larger homes.
Woodrun is a quiet, private and wooded, gated lake community in Hardeman County, Middleton, Tennessee. It consists of 339.30 acres and a 58-acre lake with largemouth bass, bream, crappy and catfish. There are 429 building lots and 141 camping lots. The clubhouse is available for the use of all property owners, there are two swimming pools one located at the Clubhouse and one in the campgrounds. There are playgrounds for the children and community trash collection. Woodrun maintains its own water system which is treated regularly and audited by the Hardeman County Health Department. High speed internet is available for those hard working individuals that like to or have the opportunity to work from home.
There are currently sixty-four (64) homes in Woodrun and sixty-three (63) campers on lots. Woodrun is operated by a Board of Directors which meet on the second Saturday of each month at the clubhouse.
Woodrun is a diverse community of retired and working adults of various ages who have made Woodrun their home to get away from the hustle and bustle of the busy city life and traffic. Most importantly, we are a close community of friends. Bolivar, TN is only 19 miles north of Woodrun with convenient shopping and a hospital and Corinth, MS is 26 miles to the east with even more shopping, hospital and doctors. We are located 65 miles east of Memphis, if nightlife is what you enjoy.
Woodrun boasts an emergency Heli-pad that is used by local EMS as well as residents of the community for life threatening health conditions where you can be life flighted to either Memphis or Jackson, TN hospitals in a matter of minutes rather than hours.
For the nature enthusiast, Woodrun is home to various wildlife and you can often see deer grazing, eagles and hawks nesting, and the occasional fox running through the wooded areas. Of course, there are plenty of playful squirrels, Canadian geese and mallard ducks that are more than happy to call Woodrun home as well.
For questions regarding this website please email; BrendaWheeler@woodrunpoa.org
© Woodrun P.O.A. Inc. 1973-2019 Last update 09/12/2019
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Office Phone: 1 731-376-8798
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