The Natchez Trace group lodge is an original Civilian Conservation Corp facility built in the late 1930s. It has been updated through the years to meet the needs of our guests. The group lodge consists of four cottages, a bunkhouse, and an admin building/kitchen. A fifth cottage can be added for an additional charge. The four included cottages sleep 10 people each, and the fifth additional will accommodate six people. Each cottage has a full kitchen, two full baths, dining room, living room and deck with a picnic table. All sleeping arrangements are bunk beds and linens are not furnished.
The bunkhouse sleeps 24 people and has two bathrooms. There are six sets of bunk beds designed to sleep 12 people on each side of the the house. The design may be used to house coeds separately, each having their own bathroom.
The administration building is set up for group gatherings. There is a commercial kitchen and spacious dining room. There are four break out rooms that provide an opportunity to divide into smaller group settings.
There is space to park two vehicles at each cottage and at the bunkhouse. There is also ample parking adjacent to the administration building. There is a paved walkway that winds throughout the complex connecting the facilities. A volleyball court and fire pit are also available for guests within the grounds.