Looking for an affordable escape that’s easy to plan? Whether you want to get away for the weekend, create a new holiday tradition with family and friends, or immerse yourself in mountain festivities and fun, Lake Junaluska Specials and Packages provide what you’re looking for at an incredible price. Browse the offerings below and email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-222-4930 Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m to learn more about packages.
Enjoy an exquisite Thanksgiving feast in the mountains of Western North Carolina and see Lake Junaluska decorated for the holiday season. Thanksgiving at Lake Junaluska packages feature a Thanksgiving holiday dinner at Lake Junaluska and lodging at The Terrace lakeside hotel. Packages include a holiday meal, lodging at The Terrace hotel and boxed continental breakfasts. Pricing starts at $309 for two nights and $388 for three nights.
Soothe your soul, mind and body with lake-inspired relaxation in the Great Smoky Mountains. Spend two nights in one of The Terrace's Lakeside or Northside rooms and enjoy continental breakfasts, a packed picnic lunch, a birding guide and a book about the story of Lake Junaluska. Sunday-Thursday packages for two people start at $309 for northside rooms and $329 for lakeside rooms, and Friday-Saturday packages start at $369 for northside rooms and $389 for lakeside rooms. Rate is based on double occupancy, and taxes apply. Available through December 31, 2020.
Please note some special events and holiday offerings may be affected by COVID-19.
November 23, 2020 - January 10, 2021
Let the nostalgic charm of Appalachian hospitality warm you this holiday season at Lake Junaluska. During our 7-week celebration, get in the spirit with Christmas decorations throughout our lakeside village with lights, garlands and wreaths. Read More
February 26-28, 2021
Lake Junaluska is offering an overnight ski package for Scouts BSA troops to earn their Snow Sport Merit Badge! Participants will get hands-on experience at Cataloochee Ski Area as they hit the slopes and learn about snow safety. In the evenings, workshops will be held at Lake Junaluska to complete the requirements for the Snow Sport Merit Badge. Read More
Bring your family and experience Lake Junaluska over the Easter holidays. Enjoy lodging, Easter egg hunts, an Easter sunrise service, Kids Fun Run and Easter buffet during your stay. Add-ons like Biltmore Estate, the Friends of the Lake 5K and golf can be added to your Easter vacation. Read More.
Experience the majesty of the changing fall leaves when you stay at Lake Junaluska, conveniently located close to the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Great Smoky Mountains. Enjoy great nightly rates at historic Lambuth Inn (starting at $119/night midweek) and The Terrace lakeside hotel (starting at $149/midweek). Special packages include the Sunset Cruise Fall Package and Thanksgiving at Lake Junaluska. Package. Read More
Enjoy a history lake cruise aboard the Cherokee IV as part of a two-night package available weekends in September and October. Each package includes two nights at The Terrace lakeside hotel. boxed continental breakfasts, a history lake cruise, a Lake Junaluska birding guide and a book that shares the story of Lake Junaluska. Read More.
2021 Dates Coming Soon!
Based on the research and clinical work of Dr. Sue Johnson, Created for Connection combines the best modern insights about love and bonding with the deep wisdom of our Christian tradition. This workshop led by a licensed professional counselor will help you to better understand your partner, and learn to cultivate a warmer, more joyful and loving relationship. Read More.
July 30-August 1, 2021
Spend the weekend celebrating the mission of Lake Junaluska and experiencing the impact of our ministries with fellow donors who made an annual charitable gift of $250 or more. The events features time for celebration, appreciation, recreation, music, storytelling, table fellowship, worship and connecting with friends. Read More.
September 3-4, 2021
The 51st Annual Smoky Mountain Folk Festival will offer two nights of the finest traditional music and dance of the Southern Appalachian Region. Expect to see fiddlers, banjo players, string bands, ballad singers, buck dancers, and square dance teams. Read More
* Based on double occupancy, taxes apply.