Appalachian Clubhouse

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The Appalachian Clubhouse is a historic building constructed in 1934 in the Elkmont Historic District. The structure has been rehabilitated by the National Park Service to closely resemble its 1930's appearance, with the addition of few modern amenities such as electricity and running water. The building was originally used a gathering spot by lessees and guests of the Appalachian Club whose members, mostly from Knoxville, built rustic cabins nearby to serve as weekend or summer retreats in the years before the Park was created. Today the 3,000 square foot clubhouse provides an excellent location for meetings, events and celebrations with the added charm of exposed wooden beams and massive stone fireplaces at each end, equipped with gas logs.
Contact: Federal Government
Posted by: ReserveAmerica.com on June 30, 2011
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    Drinking Water, Meeting facility, Parking, Spence Cabin, Table & Chairs, Accessible Restroom, Flush Toilet, Trailheads, Ranger Station

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