Q: Are you open year-round?
Q: Do I have to participate in an event or program to stay at Lake Junaluska?
A: No, individuals, families, and groups are welcome to stay at Lake Junaluska for vacations, meetings, reunions, or weddings.
Q: Do you have a campground?
A: Yes, Camp Adventure is full-service.
Q: Where do I go to check in?
A: The Bethea Welcome Center.
Q: Can I come just to visit, not to attend a conference?
Q: Do I have to bring linens and towels?
A: Linens and towels are provided, and there is daily housekeeping service in all the facilities next to the lake.
Q: Do I have to be a Methodist?
A: No, all are welcome at Lake Junaluska.
Q: What is there to do at the lake?
A: There is a 3.7-mile walking trail around the lake, seasonal boat rides, a playground area for young children, two museums, a swimming pool, miniature golf, shuffleboard, and tennis. For more information, please visit our Activities & Attractions page.
Q: Can I fish in the lake?
A: Yes, with a valid NC fishing license.
Q: Do you have any packages with area attractions, such as the Biltmore Estate, the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, or Ghost Town in the Sky?
A: We offer seasonal packages that include all of these attractions. These packages include lodging, meals, and admission tickets. These attractions can also be included in a custom package.
Q: Where are you located?
A: We are centrally located in the southeastern United States near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Click here for directions to Lake Junaluska from Asheville, Knoxville, and Atlanta.
Q: How do I get to Wal-Mart, CVS, or Haywood Medical Center?
A: Click here for directions from Lake Junaluska to area stores and facilities.
Q: Is Lake Junaluska a nonprofit organization?
A: Lake Junaluska is a non-profit organization. To view a copy of the IRS 990 form, please contact us.