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Appalachian Clubhouse

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National Park Service

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Overview

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 1930s appearance, with the addition of few modern amenities such as electricity and running…

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1 Review of Appalachian Clubhouse

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Alicia B.
Reviewed Aug. 1, 2016

Part of the Elkmont Campground

The Applachian clubhouse is part of the Old town of Elkmont,Tn which was a vacation destination for wealthy Knoxvillians many, many years ago. Once the National Park was formed the Park Service allowed the me member to keep their homes for several years before finally taking possession of them. The…

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Location

Appalachian Clubhouse is located in Tennessee

Directions

Proceed south from Gatlinburg, TN on Newfound Gap Road (aka US 441) 1.7 miles and turn right onto Little River Road towards Cades Cove. Proceed 5 miles to the Elkmont (Campground) Road and turn left. Go. 1.4 miles and turn left just before the campground office (sign says: Elkmont Nature Trail 0.3, Little River Trail 0.6 and Jakes Creek Trail.). Follow the road to Jakes Creek and continue on around the one-way loop to the Appalachian Club. (Nearest street address is 500 Elkmont Road, Gatlinburg, TN)

Coordinates

35.65333302 N
83.58166682 W

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