Accommodations at Cohutta Springs run from private chalets to tent camping and everything in between. For recreation, guests can meander through the forest on foot or on horseback, take a placid canoe trip or strap in to zip over the 55-acre lake on the resort’s 1,100-foot zipline. Volleyball, tennis, bird watching, a petting zoo, biking, boating, star gazing, swimming, a 150-foot water slide, and a challenging ropes course are just a few of the outdoor ways to play at Cohutta Springs.
The full-service Cohutta Springs Conference Center includes a 400-seat auditorium in the lodge and a 200-seat meeting room at the camp facility. All the modern technological amenities are available, including audiovisual and satellite downlink capabilities, multimedia presentation equipment, video conference capabilities, and more.
The Cohutta Springs Conference Center is owned and operated by the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Cohutta Springs is a smoke-free facility, and alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the property.
Cohutta Springs Conference Center
1175 Cohutta Springs Road, Crandall, Georgia 30711, (706) 695-9093