About Us

About Cherokee Cove

Cherokee Cove Family Christian Camp is located within approximately 200 private acres in the mountains of Northeast Tennessee, bordering the Cherokee National Forest.

This is the perfect place for your men’s, women’s, or youth retreat, family reunion, day conference, or private get-away! 

Offering numerous hiking trails and quiet places to relax in natural settings, Cherokee Cove causes you to reflect on God’s creation. Our facilities were designed to meet the specific needs of couples and families who want to retreat from daily life. Our hope is that your retreat with us will truly be a blessing to you and your family or group.

Cherokee Cove is open all year round. Please feel free to contact us at (828) 406-1935 with any questions or concerns you may have that will consequently allow us to be as accommodating as possible. We look forward to hearing from you.

Serving you in Christ,
The staff at Cherokee Cove


 

Our Purpose

 The Purpose of Cherokee Cove is to provide a quiet, peaceful place where you, your family, or your group can come for a get-away.  In order to promote peace and rest, we do not have public internet or televisions with cable or satellite.  Cell coverage is limited as well.  We consider this a blessing in today’s world where technology is oftentimes a distraction to healthy communication.

Mission Statement

Cherokee Cove is an organization that purposes to strengthen families, educate individuals in life application skills, and train disciples based upon the foundation of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
 
 
Values

 -A biblical understanding of God and the Gospel is important.

 -The purpose of life is to love God, love people, and make disciples.

 -Healthy disciple-making families are important.

 -The ongoing ministry and fellowship of the local church is important.
 
 
 

Bible Gateway's Verse of the Day

13 December 2019

A daily word of exultation.
  • Matthew 2:4-6
    “When he had called together all the people’s chief priests and teachers of the law, he asked them where the Messiah was to be born. “In Bethlehem in Judea,” they replied, “for this is what the prophet has written: “‘But you, Bethlehem, in the land of Judah, are by no means least among the rulers of Judah; for out of you will come a ruler who will shepherd my people Israel.’””