Glamping At Deer Camp

Dunlap, Tennessee

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It is located just 16.2 miles from Fall Creek Falls State Park, 9 miles from Savage Gulf Natural Area, and 32 miles from Rock Island State Park on the Cumberland Plateau.

This is a complete glamping experience! Think tiny house. The cabin is 12'x12' studio and every piece of furniture has been specifically chosen for your experience. It is cozy! Besides the comfy queen bed (flannel sheets during winter), and lounger, there's a table for two, a chair, a gas log fireplace, throws and throw pillows to snuggle up in. Smart TV with Hulu, Prime, Netflix, and HBO now are available inside the cabin or from the hammock chairs in the outdoor theater. Play one of the board games, read one of the books, or sit around the fire pit and make s' mores or roast hot dogs or just tell ghost stories. Or if you have the talent, bring your guitar and play a few songs.

This glamping experience will give you something to talk about for a long while. Close to great hiking trails, secluded in the woods, yet close (3 miles to dollar general and 12 miles to Walmart) for a few groceries and gas. If you love camping or glamping, you'll love it at Deer Camp! (closest structure is 55 yards through the woods)

The outdoor theater is a nighttime experience with hammock chairs, cozy blankets, propane fire ring, and a big screen with a projector and an Amazon fire stick with all the shows and movies you love. This experience is available rain or moonlight. Please turn off the propane fire ring when not using the theater. Just grab with the theater bag (popcorn included) and enjoy it. (remotes are in the bag)

Coffee can be made in the 12 cup stainless percolator or the pour-over method is available with 3 creamer options. Or make hot cocoa or hot tea. Enjoy pancakes on the camp stove for breakfast.

Showering offers its own experience in the greenhouse bathhouse with the on-demand, unlimited hot water camp shower. This is its own experience.
Have you ever showered in a greenhouse? In a greenhouse with a gas log fireplace?

And the entire camp is lit up with string lights. So even if you need a trip to the bathhouse at night, the rock path is well lit when you turn on the porch light.

It's glamping. All the feels of camping without the work. The camp kitchen is covered and features a cold water sink, gas grill, propane camp stove w/oven and is stocked with pans, plates, cups, and utensils.

You have a warm bed to crawl into, firewood is provided for the fire pit, coffee and hot beverages are provided, and soft towels in the bathhouse.


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