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Camp Cabin & Campsite Retreats

Adventure seekers and families: if you’re looking for a modest, camp-style experience this summer, check out our bunk cabins and campsites on the grounds of Camp Kanuga! It’s the ideal basecamp for exploring our 1,400 acres, including hiking, lake-swimming, mountain biking, fishing, and enjoying nature and the forest. The rustic camp cabins have open-air, screened windows with bunk beds, and include private bathrooms and showers. 

Cabin Accommodations
  • Each cabin sleeps up to 10
  • Bunk beds w camp mattresses (bedding not provided)
  • Screened windows
  • Open-air bathroom and shower facilities (two toilets and two showers each cabin)
Campsite Accommodations
  • Tent campsites include a fire ring and a picnic table. There are water spigots nearby. Bathrooms (no showers) are a short walk across campus. 
  • Pavilion campsites include a fire ring and 2 large wooden sleeping shelters. There is no running water at the Pavilion campsites. Bathrooms (no showers) are a short walk across campus.
  • Rustic Hike-In campsites include a fire ring and flat ground for tents surrounded by trees for hammocks.  There are no bathrooms or potable water.

Check-in: 5-7 p.m. (check in after 7 p.m. would require pre-arrangement)

Check-out: 10 a.m.

No linens, pillows, or other bedding are provided, so please bring your own. Cabins will be disinfected and sanitized prior to your arrival, following CDC and health department guidelines. Paper towels and toilet paper will be provided, and there are on-premise laundry facilities, but bring your own detergent! Daily housekeeping will not be provided.

  • There is a refundable $75.00 cleaning fee for the cabin rentals
  • Campsites have a $15.00 refundable grounds keeping deposit

Each cabin and campsite retreat guest must check in and participate in a simple health screening. Please refer to What to Expect on this page for details.

You may bring your own food and drink, including adult beverages. Camp stoves and grills are allowed, but must be kept and used outside of your cabin. Meal packages may be added to your stay. Meals are available for pick-up in the market inside Kanuga Conference Center, about a mile from camp (easy bike ride!). Since dining rooms are not currently available, please enjoy meals at your accommodation or out on the grounds. Don’t forget to bring your own paper plates, eating utensils, and reusable shopping bags or picnic baskets to transport your food. Campfires are allowed in established fire pits only; firewood may be purchased at the Camp Kanuga office between 12-5 p.m. at check in.

  • *Hiking
  • Fishing (catch and release)
  • Swimming in Kanuga Lake (by reservation)
  • Canoeing & Kayaking on Kanuga Lake (by reservation)
  • Mountain Biking: Coming soon! (by reservation, additional fee)

Ride Kanuga Is coming soon! We are excited to share this new recreational offering! Kanuga Bike Park will open to guests and visitors in July. The mountain biking trails have been designed by world-champion, Neko Mulally. The new trails have no impact on hiking and, most importantly, were constructed in compliance with our Forestry Stewardship Plan. Kanuga Bike Park will bring new visitors to Kanuga year-round. Visit RideKanuga.com to book your mountain biking experience.

*Please respect social distancing guidelines. Please be respectful on the trails. If you meet another group, pause, let them go by and get a reasonable distance ahead before you continue your path.

 A sign-up link will be provided before your arrival for activities requiring reservations.

With guest and staff health in mind, Kanuga has reimagined our store! Introducing Kanuga Market, a new innovative space in West dining room that features all your favorite Kanuga apparel, caps, coffee mugs, artwork, and more. It’s also where you’ll find wine and beer, signature Kanuga snacks (Think cheese straws! Homemade chips!), and pick up your meals.

Opening Kanuga with the State of North Carolina Guidelines *We are currently in Phase II.

*Kanuga follows guidance for religious services from the Bishop of Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina. Currently, in-person indoor worship services are not permitted. Outdoor worship services are limited to 25 participants. These are subject to change.