DuBose Conference Center

DuBose Conference Center
635 College Street, Monteagle, TN  37356

Originally built in 1872, DuBose Conference Center sits amidst sixty-five acres of mountain woodlands and open fields atop a narrow stretch of the Cumberland Plateau, colloquially known as “Monteagle Mountain”. This stretch of plateau is approximately 2 miles wide and Monteagle lies at an elevation of just 2,000 feet above sea level.  On the National Registrer of Historic Places, DuBose offers space for year-round camps, conferences, and retreats.

Lodging

All pricing is inclusive of negotiated Group Room Rate plus all applicable State, City, and occupancy tax.

Lodging Options include Four (4) Nights for arrival on Wednesday 9/18/19 (check-in time 12:00 pm) and departure on  Sunday 9/22/18 (check out by 12:30 pm -this is an extended special check out time exclusively for Monroe Mandolin Camp.)

Children who are staying with their guardian will need to be registered and counted as “Double Occupancy”.

**IF ADDITIONAL NIGHTS ARE REQUIRED, PLEASE EMAIL HEIDI  monroemandolincamp@gmail.com to arrange for additional nights.

Bishops Hall

Built as a hotel-style addition in 1975, and with some recent renovation, Bishop’s Hall rooms provide comfort and convenience. Each room has one or two double beds, and is ensuite with a private bathroom, tub/shower.

There are two levels, with the ground level access a few stairs down.  Bishops Hall has close proximity to the majority of meeting spaces often makes Bishop’s Hall preferred by individuals with mobility needs. Please note: There is no elevator access.  If reserving a room in Bishops Hall and are unable to walk down/up a few stairs, please make note of this in your reservation, and we will make sure to put you on the upper floor.

There are 20 SINGLE OCCUPANCY rooms available, and 11 DOUBLE OCCUPANCY rooms available in Bishops Hall.

Claiborne Hall

Built in the 1920’s to originaloy house a girls’ boarding school, Claiborne Hall is on the National Register of Historic Places. One of the most unique places around, the red Spanish-style roof and tall windows are instantly recognizable. Its halls seems to echo with the laughter of generations of campers and students and retreat-goers who’ve found a haven here.

Claiborne Hall dormitory-style lodging facilities offer single- and double-occupancy rooms. At the end of each hall are shared bathrooms with stalled showers and restrooms (one set of bathrooms is designated for males, one set of bathrooms is designated for females.)

Claiborne Hall rooms are very economical and are ideal for most retreats. Please note that most Claiborne Hall rooms require access via a staircase.

There are 20 SINGLE OCCUPANCY rooms available, and 6 DOUBLE OCCUPANCY rooms available in Claiborne Hall.

Camping

DuBose has plenty of room for those who would like to bring their own tents and camping gear and spend their nights under the stars! Lots of flat area to spread out and within easy walking distance to bathrooms and showers and included.

Prices

Bishops Hall:

Single Occupancy: $ 375.00
Double Occupancy: $ 175.00 per person ** PLEASE NOTE: If there is not another person who signs up for double occupancy to share the space, you will be responsible for a ‘single occupancy’ rate.

Claiborne Hall:

Single Occupancy: $ 210.00
Double Occupancy: $ 100.00 per person ** PLEASE NOTE: If there is not another person who signed up for double occupancy to share the space, you will be responsible for a ‘single occupancy’ rate.

Camping:

On site camping is $10.00 per night.

RV Camping:

RV Camping is available at BAGGENSTOSS FARMS, 7.4 miles away from DuBose.  Accommodations include RV water and dump stations, 30/50 AMP hookups, more than 15 onsite camper hookups and bathhouse with showers. MonManCamp is still working on securing group rates.  Please contact monroemandolincamp@gmail.com if interested in off-site RV Camping prices.

Things To See and Do Nearby

  • Louvin Brothers Country Music Museum
  • The Caverns
  • Fiery Gizzard Trail Hiking
  • Grundy County Historical Society Heritage Center
  • The Amish Hippie