Whether you are looking to bring your youth group, college ministry, school club, or business leaders, we can accommodate your retreat and rental needs. We offer multiple types of accommodations, meeting spaces, menus, and activities to best serve your needs. We will get you started planning your retreat in five easy steps!

Step 1: Choose your Accommodations

All of our lodging options have central heat and air and bathrooms

Heritage Cabins These sixteen dorm style cabins sleep fourteen each.

Calhoun & Hopper Lodges These lodges have 2 bunk rooms that sleep ten each and 2 semi-private rooms with two twin beds each. Each level has a small kitchenette and a common room.

Hope Lodge This lodge contains two bunk rooms that sleep eleven each and two semi-private rooms. Each semi-private room has one bunk bed and attached bathroom.  It has a full kitchen with stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, in addition to a large dining table and full size living room.

Kaigler Lodge – This 2 story lodge that can sleep up to 8 people with four separate semi-private sleeping accommodations. Kaigler has a living area and kitchen area that separates the 2 bedrooms.   Linens are provided with rental of this lodge.

Shanklin Cottage – The cottage is a two bedroom that can sleep up to eight people with each room containing 2 queen size beds and attached bath. Shanklin has a small living area with a small refrigerator and coffee pot.

Lambuth/Oxley Sabbatical CottageThe two-story sabbatical cottage offers a studio style apartment complete with kitchen, dining space, and a king size bed and several comfortable seating areas.  The second story features 2 small bedrooms, one with a queen size bed. The first has a queen size bed and the second offers a bunk bed and one twin bed.

Step 2: Check out our Meeting Spaces

Conference Center Sun Room-Upstairs  – This room with a beautiful backdrop of Kentucky Lake seats approximately 200. A sound system, screen, microphone, podium and video projector are all provided.

Conference Center Sun Room-Downstairs – This smaller sunroom will seat approximately 75. You can still see the lake from this meeting room, but the windows are not as large.

Pilcher Memorial Tabernacle – This beautiful building seats 200 people. Several old church pews around the inside walls that can offer additional seating.

Administration Building – Lower Floor –  A meeting room suited for groups of 40 or less, this room has a beautiful view of the garden labyrinth, Tennessee River, and nearby woods.

Step 3: Set the Menu

Whether you are looking for chicken nuggets and rolls or something for a grown-up audience, we have several menus to choose from. Annette and the kitchen crew are looking forward to making your stay special.

Step 4: Select Activities and Custom Programming

While you’re here, we have a plethora of activities your group can take part in. Some, like basketball, canoeing, and creek stomping are self-led. Others, including archery, low ropes and high ropes require reservations and facilitators.

In addition to helping you choose and facilitate the perfect activities for your group, we also offer custom programming for part or all of your retreat. You will work with the program director to determine the curriculum that is right for your group.

 Step 5: Make a Reservation

To make your reservation for your group, contact the office at (731) 584-6102 or office@lakeshorecamp.org.