Everything you need to know about your home base.
There are 17 cabins at Camp Tanase split between two loops. One loop houses the boys and the other houses the girls. Each cabin sleeps 4 campers. There are two counselor cabins located amongst the camper cabins on each loop. Each cabin is named after a type of tree that can be found in Tennessee. Some cabins face the lake while others are nestled between the trees. One camp counselor will stay in each cabin. Bathrooms are located close to sleeping units. Housing is determined by the unit size, age of the participants, and the capacity and attendance of the program. The cabins are not equipped with A/C, but campers are allowed to bring a box fan with them up to 20 inches if they prefer.
Sweet Gum. Sycamore. Poplar. Cedar. Hickory. Pine. Oak. Chestnut. Cottonwood. Magnolia. Maple. Buckeye. Dogwood. Sumak. Willow. Cyprus. Sourwood.