Aerial view of Lake Junaluska in springtime

Spring Mountain
Lake Getaways

Lake Junaluska is a wonderful spring mountain getaway nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.

With roses budding on the Rose Walk, daffodils and tulips blooming across the grounds and baby ducks testing out the waters, our spring season is full of new life and new beginnings.

Our lakeside village is the ideal spring destination for nature walks, birdwatching, shopping, fresh mountain air and so much more.

Stay at the contemporary Terrace Hotel or historic Lambuth Inn this spring season and experience the Blue Ridge Mountains in bloom.

Two young girls looking at flowers on the Rose Walk trail at Lake Junaluska

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2021 Traveler's Choice by Tripadvisor

With hundreds of acres to explore, our mountain lake destination features a variety of places to stay – including a contemporary hotel, historic inn and vacation rental homes. Both The Terrace Hotel and Lambuth Inn received the prestigious 2021 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for being rated in the Top 10% of Hotels Worldwide!

Exterior photo of The Terrace Hotel as seen looking across Lake Junaluska
The Terrace Hotel

The Terrace Hotel is one of the few lakeside hotels in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Find plenty of rocking chairs on the hotel’s deck to enjoy the lake and fresh, green mountain views. Rates include a continental breakfast at The Terrace Hotel dining room with scenic indoor and outdoor seating, and access to many lakeside amenities. Read more about The Terrace Hotel and check availability online now.

Detail of columns on exterior of The Lambuth Inn
Lambuth Inn

The historic Lambuth Inn sits high on a hill above the lake with a “national park lodge” feel. Built in 1921, the Lambuth Inn has undergone recent renovations that have added modern guest comforts while preserving the charm of the beloved landmark. Adjacent is Inspiration Point with the best views overlooking the lake and Great Smoky Mountains. Read more about Lambuth Inn and check availability online now.

Rosebush with buds

Upcoming Spring Events

Wildflower Walk

Date:
May 24, 2022
Time:
10:00 am
Location:
Garden entrance below County Road
Categories:
Gardens

Corneille Bryan Native Garden volunteers will host a wildflower walk at the garden led by Sarah Workman, Forest Ecologist, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 24.

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Easter Sunrise Service

Date:
April 9, 2023
Time:
7:00 am
Location:
Amphitheater
Categories:
Spiritual Renewal

Celebrate Easter with a powerful outdoor Sunrise Service at the Amphitheater below the Lake Junaluska Cross.

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Mother’s Day Buffet

Date:
May 14, 2023
Categories:
Dining Events

Lake Junaluska will host a special Mother’s Day Buffet.

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Yellow swallowtail butterfly on a butterfly bush in springtime

Spring Specials & Packages

Lake Junaluska Golf Course Package

Enjoy a round of golf for two people including cart at the Lake Junaluska Golf Course plus lunch at the golf course and two nights at The Terrace Hotel with continental breakfasts each morning.

  • Nights lodging at The Terrace Hotel at Lake Junaluska
  • Continental Breakfast
  • One round of golf for two people, including cart
  • Lunch for two at the golf course
Availability:
Fall,
Holidays,
Spring,
Summer,
Winter
Pricing Information:
Package pricing for two people starts at $378 for stays Sunday-Thursday and $398 for stays on Friday and Saturday. Package is available year-round. Rate is based on double occupancy. Taxes apply.
Booking Details:
To book, email reservations@lakejunaluska.com or call 800-222-4930 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Father and son walking down the fairway of a Lake Junaluska Golf Course hole.

Explore the longtime mountain resort town of Maggie Valley with several miles of local shops, restaurants and things to do. It’s just a few miles from the hotel.

Stroll the historic Main Street of downtown Waynesville filled with galleries, boutiques, restaurants and Mast General Store. It’s just 4 miles away.

Make a day trip to downtown Asheville or the famous Biltmore House, just 30 minutes east.