Cast Away Lakefront Lodge

Home sits 60 feet from the water.
Home sits 60 feet from the water.4 BedroomsEnjoy all the outdoor living space.Your family will enjoy the game room.The hottub overlooks the lake.The kitchen is fully equipped.Sit back and enjoy the view.Beautiful lake views.Boone Lake SunsetsDuring the summer we provide a paddle boatThe Living room is a large open areaThe dining room table seats 14Plenty of seating areas with great lake viewsCome spend the holidays at Boone LakeBring a boat or rent one, the ramp is 5 minutes

From $164 / night

Boone Lake, TN 37615
Cast Away Lakefront Lodge
4 bedrooms
16 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.5
Sleeps: 16
Type: Home
Per week: $1,150 - $2,150
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Boone Lake vacation home rental
Now is the time to reserve your family summer vacation. Cast Away Lodge is great lakefront vacation home located in Gray Tennessee in the Tri-cities area of Kingsport, Bristol and Johnson City. The house is a large 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath. The house sits on a lakefront point, with 155 feet of shoreline.
The 18 foot high vaulted wood plank ceilings and ceiling to floor stone fireplace give the open living area a warm and inviting feeling. The lare open room includes the living area, kitchen and dining area, The dining area has a table that seats 14.
The large walk out deck has a patio set that seats six, bar area that seats four, 2 gas grills, outdoor swing and fantastic unobstructed views of the lake. You can sit up on the deck and watch the kids play in the water, or you can go to one of the two lower decks perched on the water both have patio furniture to sit and relax as you enjoy the lakeside breeze.
The home has a floating dock is where we provide a 4 person paddle boat for your family's enjoyment. This house also has a 6 person outdoor hot tub that overlooks the lake, game room with pool table. If you want to be on the water this is the place for you. Rent a boat or bring your own the boat ramp is 5 minutes away, making easy access to put your boat in the water. You can leave your boat tied to the dock during your stay and the yard has plenty of room to park your boat trailer. This home is great for family vacations, girls weekends or guys golf trips. Johnson city was rated #2 in the country by Golf Digest. If you want to set up a golf trip, please inquire about our great golf packages

Sharron Goodrich

Area Information
A Full Week of Kids Adventures:

Day One:
Start your day at Hands On! Regional Museum with interactive exhibits Located one block from I-26. Hands On! Regional Museum is a unique environment for children of all ages, designed to make learning fun imagination is the only limitation. Programs and activities in the arts, sciences, and humanities are offered daily. Open: Tues.-Fri. 9am-5pm; Sat. 10am-5pm; Sun. 1-5pm. Mon. 9am-5pm (Jun.-Aug. only). Closed holidays. Spend some time at the Fun Expedition: Located 1 mile from I-26. Among the activities you'll find at Fun Expedition is mini golf, batting cages, climbing wall, laser tag arena, state of the art arcade gallery, indoor and outdoor go-kart track, bumper cars, bowling, and toddler/soft play area. Our all-you-care-to-eat Box Car Buffet boasts over 30 varieties of piping hot pizzas made throughout the day in addition to a generous salad, pasta and dessert selection. If your destination is FUN, then get on board at Fun Expedition. Open Mon. - Thurs. 11am - 9 pm; Fri. & Sat. 10am - 11

Day Two:
Travel down I-26 to the Gray Fossil Site & Museum.
this is the worlds largest Miocene Fossil Site where you will experience new species of fossils never seen before up to 5 million years old. Watch the paleontologist dig for bones at the observation area or join in the fun and dig for some in the kids dig area. Enjoy a simple lunch at the fossil site or stop by one of the areas many restaurants.

Day Three:
Visit Bristol Caverns is the largest in the Smokey Mountain Region. Beautiful and majestic Bristol Caverns! Far below the earth's surface, in the timeless beauty of Bristol Caverns, a strange and exciting experience awaits you. Paved, well lighted walkways wind through the vaulted chambers and along the banks of the ancient Underground River that carved these remarkable caverns from the hard core of the earth 200 to 400 million years ago. In the frontier days, Indians used the Underground River as an attack and escape route in their raids on settlers. Stealing into the area by way of the Underground River and the caverns, they swooped down on unsuspecting families, then disappeared as if swallowed up by the earth.

Day Four:
Enjoy the day at Wetlands Water Park in Jonesborough, Tennessee's oldest town. At Wetlands Water Park, they can scream their way down a 200-foot fiberglass flume. Lounge in the lazy river, take a dive down a water slide and enjoy the kiddy-sized play areas with water fountains and shaded swimming. Wetlands water park in Jonesboro is located at 1523 Persimmon Ridge Road -

Day Five:
When you have had your fill of sun and excitement on Boone Lake, travel into downtown Jonesborough. Visit the International Storytelling Center, with daily matinees. You won't want to miss this three-day storytelling extravaganza featuring compelling performances by nationally-known tellers Enjoy shopping in Jonesboro. Jonesboro is 8 miles away and is the oldest town in Tennessee. Jonesboro has a storytelling festival yearly at the story telling center. Take a carriage ride around the town, enjoy unique shopping and treat the kids at the local sweets shops.

Day Six:
Enjoy a trip to Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium. Originally a tract of land bought to protect the source of Kingsport's water supply, Bays Mountain Park, at over 3,550 acres with a 44-acre lake in a natural valley between two ridges and 27 miles of hiking trails. It is one of the largest city-owned parks in the nation. Be sure to drop by the Nature Center and view the exhibits and visit the various wildlife habitats, including the famous wolves. There's also a planetarium and an observatory on the grounds. Located in beautiful Kingsport, Tennessee, Farmstead Museum, and a spectacular Planetarium Theater with a 40 foot diameter dome.

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Girlfriend Weekend:

Day One:
Begin your weekend of elegance by enjoying the beauty of the Northeast Tennessee countryside. First, visit the family owned and operated Countryside Vineyards in Blountville. Countryside Vineyards & Winery is dedicated to extracting some of nature's most enticing flavors and making them into award winning wines. The vineyard offers tours and sampling to enhance your visit. Located just 1.5 mile from I-81 exit #63. Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Countryside Vineyards in Blountville, Tennessee ripens a rich harvest of memorable flavors from the earth. Home to the several award-winning wines recognized throughout the state of Tennessee and other national competitions. Stop by for a free tour and taste of our award winning wines. Open Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm; Sun. 1-6pm. Call to confirm hours. Closed Christmas Day and New Years Day. Limited hours all other holidays.

Day Two:
Spend the day shopping! The Tri-Cities is a great place to shop with newly remodeled malls, strip centers, several shopping centers, and lots of antique stores. After a long day on your feet lugging bags around, pamper yourself in Johnson City at the Body & Health Mind Center, and indulge in their amazing menu of services. They have several spa packages to choose from and you're sure to find one that is perfect for you.

Day Three:
Head north to enchanting Abingdon, Virginia. Abingdon offers visitors great places to visit and shop. Be sure to go shop at Dixie Pottery where you can find interior decorations for your home.
Finally, take the night to enjoy a show at the famed Barter Theatre. Barter Theatre: Barter Theatre began in 1933 with one man's idea to have patrons pay with produce and has grown today into a year-round theatre with more than 160,000 visitors each year. Famous Barter Alumni include: Gregory Peck, Patricia Neal, and Wayne Knight. In addition to being the state theatre of Virginia, Barter has launched the careers of such celebrity performers as Wayne Knight, Gregory Peck, Patricia Neal, and Ernest Borgnine. Barter offers a wide range of performances including musicals, classics, comedies and dramas, all of which you are sure to enjoy.

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Group Trips:

Bristol Motor Speedway:
Located 8 miles from I-81. Known as "The World's Fastest Half-Mile," BMS annually hosts two NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series events. Bristol Dragway, better known as "Thunder Valley," hosts the NHRA Drag Racing Series, its own Bracket Series program and its popular street-legal racing series called Street Fights. Visitors also can share in the spirit of the holiday season during "Speedway in Lights" exhibit. Track tours available. Call for a complete schedule of events and tour schedule. Office hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-5pm.

Rocky Mount Living History Museum:
Located 4 miles from I-26 on Highway 11-E. The First Capitol of the Southwest Territory (1790-1792), now a Living History Museum. Interpreters invite you to become a guest of the Cobb family in 1791 and experience everyday life on American's first frontier. Open Mar. - Mid Dec. (first and second Fri. and Sat. in December). Tues.-Sat. 11a.m.-5 p.m. other times by appointment. Closed Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day.

Sonny's Marina Boat Rentals:
Located off Highway 36. One mile behind Zak's Furniture. Full-service marina, mechanics, ship store, gift shop, parts department, boat rentals and full service restaurant with live music during the summer months on site. Open seasonal April - Nov. 9am-6pm daily.

Warriors' Path State Park:
Located 2 miles off I-81. Warriors' Path State Park was named for the park's proximity to the ancient war and trading path used by the Cherokee. Since that time, the parkland has known a long history of travelers, and is still a pathway for modern-day outdoor enthusiasts. Park features hiking, picnicking, horseback riding, bike trails, boating, water skiing, fishing, boat ramps, 18 hole golf course, playground, swimming pool, 22 hole disc golf course and pets welcome. Fishing boats, paddle boats, and canoes rentals available. Open year round.

Netherland Inn And Boatyard: The Netherland Inn is the nation's only registered historical site which was both a stage stop and a boatyard. The restored Netherland Inn and section of the Old Boatyard are a great place to visit and learn the history of the region.

Appalachian Ghost Walks: cordially invites you and your family, friends,or tour group to join us as we explore the history and mystery of our mountain heritage. Our lantern-lit tours bring our region's Cherokee Indian, Frontier, Revolutionary and Civil War History to life for all ages.

Winged Deer Park: Phone:
Located 4 miles from I-26. 200-acre municipal park. Featuring .5-mile flat walking/jogging track and a 1.5-mile paved lighted nature trail in the wooded section of the park. Handicap accessible fishing along our lighted boardwalk on the lakefront. Multi-use picnic tables, playground area, batting cage, sand volleyball courts, historical section featuring the Robert Young Cabin, Massengill Monument and Quillen Historical Tree Museum, grass amphitheatre, and a 9-hole disc golf course. Open to the public daily

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An Entire Week of Outdoor Adventure:

Day One:
To start your adventure trip, head to Blountville to explore the Appalachian Caverns. These caverns have served as a hide out for Indians, Civil War soldiers, and moonshiners over the years and you can discover why by taking the 3 and half hour "Wild Trip" through the underdeveloped parts of the cave. The caverns are also home to several species of bats including the endangered Grey Bat. Appalachian Caverns. here you will take a one hour guided tour savoring the breathtaking beauty the labyrinth of corridors and rooms have to offer. Almost one mile of walkways, some winding through great rooms with ceilings reaching an impressive height of 135 feet, provide a full hour of excitement and adventure

Day Two:
Hop on I-81 and head north to Abingdon, Va. to the Creeper Trail. The Virginia Creeper Trail, which was formerly a railroad, offers 35 miles of scenic and serene biking, hiking, or horseback riding and is a great way to spend the afternoon. The Virginia Creeper Trail stretches 35 miles from Abingdon Virginia thru Damascus Virginia to the NC State Line near Whitetop Virginia. The Virginia Creeper Trail is open to hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The former rail bed passes through the back country of Southwest Virginia. The Virginia Creeper Trail is rich in beauty and regional history. This is a biking adventure that you and your friends will talk about for a long time.

Day Three:
Take an exciting rafting trip down the Nolichucky through the deepest gorge in the Eastern United States with Cherokee Adventures or Mountain Adventure Guides/USA Raft. You will experience class II-IV rapids as you wind through the steep cliffs and towering forests. Those who want more of a challenge can opt for an individual duck if the water levels permit. Cherokee Adventures Whitewater Rafting Located 1.4 miles from I-26. Our specialty is the scenic Nolichucky River. The Nolichucky, winding through both North Carolina and Tennessee, offers a variety of whitewater rapids (guided class III and IV) that cut their way through a beautiful 3000' gorge. We don't just do whitewater rafting trips: we also offer Funyaks, riverside camping, mountain-biking tours, ropes courses, family fun, Full service restaurant and hot showers. No experience needed. Operating: Mar.-Oct.

Day Four:
Dress a little warmer before you reach the breathtaking views from Roan Mountain. At 6,285 ft., Roan Mountain is one of the area's tallest mountains and offers spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding peaks and valleys. While atop Roan Mountain State Park be sure to walk through the beautiful Rhododendron gardens that are at peak bloom in late June. Before you leave Roan Mountain, drive to nearby Elk River Falls for a swim and a view of one of the areas most powerful falls. Roan Mountain State Park Located 20 miles off I-26. 6,285 ft. elev. and the "world's largest natural stand of Rhododendron gardens" picnic tables, charcoal grills , playground,, pets welcome, fishing, swimming pool, and tennis.

Day Five:
Take a break from all your adventures and chill out on the water. On Boone Lake you can fish, Rent jet skis, Personal Water Craft Jet Ski Rentals. Rent a boat from Sonny's, Lakeview Marinas, or just soak up the sun. Be sure to hit up some of the waterfront cafes and bars for some food, drinks, and live music. Spend the day fishing on Boone Lake Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency Fishing Regulations: Non-resident licenses: Junior (ages 13-15) $9.00; Adult (no trout) 3-Day $16.50; 10-Day $25.50; or Annual (no trout) $41.00; Adult All fish including trout: 3-Day $33.50; 10-Day $50.50; or Annual $81.00; No licenses needed for children under 12 years of age. Fishing license can be purchased at Kenny's bait shop, or Wal-Mart sporting goods dept.

Day Six:
AVT & Motorcross: Muddy Creek Moto Cross
Muddy Creek Raceway is a 14 year old facility that got its start as a practice track on Sunday afternoons. The rider's numbers got so great that the idea of scoring came into play. The rest is history. Muddy Creek Raceway was rated by Motocross Action as one of the top 3 tracks in the United States. The only fault they could find with the track was that it was not located next to their office!

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Guys Golf Weekend:
Want to get in more golfing while your here...Northeast Tennessee offers beautiful championship quality golf courses. For an unforgettable round of golf try one of the following courses:

Tri-Cities Golf Club :
Located 3.4 miles from I-81, exit 69. Tri-Cities Golf Club has been a key venue for public golf for over 30 years. We offer the best value for golf in the region providing 27 holes with a variety of conditions. With our convenient and easy to get to location, you can be here in minutes from Bristol, Johnson City, Elizabethton or Kingsport. You will use every club in your bag when you decide to play all 27 holes. If you are a local golfer who has not played here, or are in town for a race, vacation, or just passing through, stop by for a great golfing experience. We look forward to seeing you!

Cattails at Meadow View: Cattails at Meadow View, a Denis Griffiths design, originally opened in 1998 and has quickly become recognized as one of the top golf courses in a Tennessee region that was recently named the second best golf city in America by Golf Digest magazine.

Graysburg Hills Golf Course:
Located 5 miles from I-81. Graysburg Hill's 27 hole family owned and operated course opened for play in 1978. Rees Jones designed the Knobs and Fodderstack Nines. The Chimney Top Nine was designed by Edward Lawrence Packard and opened for play in 1994. Nestled in the foothills of one of east Tennessee's most scenic regions. The course is highly respected for its grooming and maintenance standards, friendly atmosphere and reasonable rates. No pretension here, just great golf at an affordable price. 4 Star Rating Places to Play Guide published by GOLF DIGEST MAGAZINE. Tee times required. Pro shop, snack shop, golf club rentals, practice facilities and putting green. Golf packages and lessons available. Open year round. Chimney Top Nine offers home sites from beautifully wooded lots to panoramic views of the mountains and the golf course.

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Aug 22 2016 Nov 07 2016 - - $1,725 - 1 Week
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Lodging tax: 9.5%
Deposits: CAST AWAY LODGE RATES Nov 7-April 30, 2010 7 nights $1,150 Nov 7-April 30, 2010 3 nights $ 575 May 1-Jun 11, 2010 7 nights $1,725 May 1-Jun 11, 2010 3 Nights $ 875 Jun 12-Aug 20, 2010 7 nights $2,150 Weekly during summer Aug 21-Nov 5, 2010 7 Nights $1,725 Aug 21-Nov 5, 2010 3 nights $ 875 NASCAR 3 night rate Spring Race $2000, Fall Race $2400 Add 9.5% for Tax and $100 Housekeeping $350 damage deposit added to total and returned after departure.
Payment Options: Mastercard, Visa
Other Fees: CAST AWAY LODGE RATES Nov 7-April 30, 2010 7 nights $1,150 Nov 7-April 30, 2010 3 nights $ 575 May 1-Jun 11, 2010 7 nights $1,725 May 1-Jun 11, 2010 3 Nights $ 875 Jun 12-Aug 20, 2010 7 nights $2,150 Weekly during summer Aug 21-Nov 5, 2010 7 Nights $1,725 Aug 21-Nov 5, 2010 3 nights $ 875 NASCAR 3 night rate Spring Race $2000, Fall Race $2400 Add 9.5% for Tax and $100 Housekeeping $125 Pet fee Pets must be pre-arranged with owner
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