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Lake Junaluska’s Commitment to our Guests 

The health, safety and welfare of our guests and staff is of utmost importance. During this time of heightened public health concern, Lake Junaluska has implemented enhanced cleaning, sanitation and social distancing processes pursuant to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and other leading health and industry experts. 

In addition, given the unique circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we are committed to providing travel flexibility to guests who book directly with us to be able to cancel their reservations up to 24 hours in advance. 

  1. What To Expect During Your Stay

Open to the Public

Temporarily Closed to the Public

Call 828-452-2881 with any questions.

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Schedule/Event Changes

Visit the Lake Junaluska Calendar to see upcoming events.

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Dine-In and To-Go Options at the Lakeside Bistro

The Lakeside Bistro offers modern Southern cuisine with indoor and outdoor seating, and curbside to-go service. Located on the third floor of The Terrace hotel, the restauarnt ffers long-range of Lake Junaluska and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Hours are 11 a.m.-8:00 p.m., Tuesday--Sunday and open until 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Visit the Lakeside Bistro website to see the menu, and call 828-454-6662 for reservations or orders to go.

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Health & Safety During Your Stay

If you are planning to stay at Lake Junaluska, find more details about what we are doing to promote at health and safety during your stay.

Support Lake Junaluska

Ken Howle, executive director of Lake Junaluska, shared a video message about turning on the lights of the Lake Junaluska Cross day and night as a beacon of enduring light and hope, and expressing gratitude for the generous support of Lake Junaluska.

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The mission of Lake Junaluska is to be a place of Christian hospitality where lives are transformed through renewal of soul, mind and body.