Modern Amenities, Rustic Charm
Lakeshore has come a long way since its opening in 1948. All our lodging spaces have heat and air conditioning with interior bathrooms. We offer a variety of lodging and meeting spaces to meet the needs of any group. You can make yourself at home in one of our bunk-style cabins or choose more private rooms. Our range of meeting spaces will allow groups of any size to gather for worship, play, or small group sessions.
These sixteen bunk-style cabins sleep 14 each. Each cabin has its own bathroom with two showers, two sinks, and a bathroom stall.
Calhoun & Hopper Lodges
These lodges have four bunk rooms (2 on top level, 2 on bottom level) and sleep 10 each and 4 semi-private rooms with two twin beds in each of them along with a private bathroom. Each Lodge has two separate meeting rooms and a kitchenette between the bunkrooms.
This lodge contains two bunk rooms that sleep 11 each and two semi-private rooms with bunk beds and private bathrooms located in a separate area from the bunk rooms. There is also a living room and full kitchen available in the lodge.
Calhoun & Hopper Lodges
Four semi-private rooms with two twin beds each and a private bathroom are located in these lodges near four bunk rooms that sleep ten each.
Two semi-private rooms with one set of bunk beds and a private bathroom are located in this lodge, separated from the two dorm-style rooms.
This two-story lodge can sleep up to 16 people in four bedrooms containing two queen beds and an attached bath. Each floor of this lodge contains a full kitchen and living room. This lodge has the best view of the lake!
*You can rent only one floor of both of this lodge.
This cottage sleeps up to 8 people in two bedrooms, both containing two queen beds and an attached bath. There is a living room and coffee station available in this cottage
Lambuth/Oxley Sabbatical Cottage
The two-story sabbatical cottage offers a studio-style apartment on the first floor and two small bedrooms on the second. There is a full kitchen available for use, and bathrooms can be found on both floors of the cottage. This cottage is great for a weekend getaway!
These three small cabins near the woods have everything you need for a perfect getaway. Each cabin has a bathroom, futon, bunk bed, and small kitchenette.
Tent & Trailer Campsite
Located in a field that’s crossed by one of our creeks, there are several sites for tents and/or RVs with 14 electric and water hook-ups.
This is Lakeshore’s outpost camp. The camp sleeps about 30 on bunk beds sheltered by permanent canvas tents. Four-wheel drive vehicles are required to drive up the hill, but the walk up to the campsite isn’t too bad.
Conference Center Sun Room-Upstairs
This room, with a beautiful backdrop of Kentucky Lake, seats approximately 200.
Pilcher Memorial Tabernacle
This beautiful building seats 200 people.
Conference Center Sun Room-Downstairs
This smaller sunroom near the dining hall will seat approximately 75.
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.
Alford Recreation Center
The Alford Recreation Center is a “common area” available to all groups on site and designed as an area for relaxing during your stay. This is a great place to play the board games provided in the closet, foosball and air hockey, or watch a movie on the couches. A basketball court, with two regulation-size goals and basketballs, is directly outside this building. Outside lighting is available for nighttime play.
Amenities include Direct TV, wireless internet, and a small kitchen featuring a full-sized refrigerator, hot plate, coffee maker, and sink. The building also has central heat and air, bathrooms and a water fountain.
A sandy beach sits on the edge of Kentucky Lake with a beautiful view of the water and the hills that surround us. Two large crosses grace the area–one lighted cross, then the iconic slanted cross made from fallen cedar trees. The picnic area with tables, grills, and a fire ring is a great place to gather, cook or keep warm. Canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards are available if you want to take an adventure. Adult supervision and life jackets are required. Whether you’re coming down to play, warm yourself by a fire, or just sit on a bench and enjoy the sounds of the water, the waterfront is great scenery.
Pilcher Memorial Tabernacle
Located a short walk from the main camp group, this air-conditioned and heated building has a stage area with a pull-down screen and sound system. There is a kneeling rail in front of the stage area. It will seat approximately 200 people. There are several old church pews around the inside walls that can offer additional seating.
Waterfront Vesper Area
This outdoor worship area seats approximately 200 and faces the Tennessee River and our beachfront area. It features stadium-style bleachers and has a sound system and microphone.
Boy’s side Vesper Area
This outdoor worship area seats approximately 125 and also faces the Tennessee River but has a much more secluded feel because of the number of trees surrounding it. Located on what we traditionally call “the boy’s side of the hill” (a term from summer camp season), it also has stadium style with a sound system and microphone.
This labyrinth, located on the main campground, will give you a place to reflect quietly on where you are in life. A guide for the labyrinth is available in the Lakeshore office.
Make a Reservation
To make your reservation for your group, contact the office at (731) 584-6102 or email@example.com.