Established in 1910, The Appalachian Clubhouse is a historic structure located in Elkmont's Daisy Town. Used as a gathering spot, club members would weekends or summers at the retreat.
The Appalachian Clubhouse is a one-story building. Within its 3,000 square-foot walls is an open meeting hall with exposed wooden beams and massive stone fireplaces at each end. French doors along the entire east side open onto a roofed porch overlooking the forest and a small creek.
It is equipped with folding chairs, round dining tables, and rectangular buffet tables. There is a caterer's kitchen that has countertops, electrical outlets, and a sink. However, there are no cooking facilities or refrigerator. Newly built restrooms located just a few yards from the building accommodate both Clubhouse users and hikers.
The Appalachian Clubhouse is available for use from April 1 - October 31. The Clubhouse is rented on a daily basis and may be used from 10:00 AM through 8:00 PM. The rental fee is $250 per day, Monday through Thursday, and $400 per day Friday through Sunday. Group size is limited to 96 people.