395 Riversedge Rd, Brevard, NC 28712
Phone (828) 201-2615
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Coyote Lodge is the largest and most grand cabin on the Deerwoode Reserve property. Soaring two stories tall, Coyote Lodge has great room, with an impressive stacked-stone wood-burning fireplace adorned by original wooden canoes from when this property operated as a summer camp in the 1930s. The living room, dining area, and kitchen share the open floor plan in the center of the cabin.
Four private bedrooms, two upstairs and two downstairs, each have their own private bathroom. Kitchen remodeled with reclaimed wood from original camp cabins, new granite top, and complete with full-size oven/range, side by side refrigerator, toaster, drip coffee pot, and microwave. The kitchen is stocked with cookware, dishes, silverware, cups, utensils, gadgets, and spices. A custom wood bar top and four picnic-style tables offer plenty of seating. Balcony upstairs provides additional gathering and quiet spaces for card games or reading. The Deer Room has two queen beds and bunk beds (sleeps 6), while the other three rooms – Bull, Panther, and Fox – each have a king bed and bunk bed (each sleeps 4).
Comfortable seating in the living room with three leather sofas and four big boy chairs and ottomans offers plenty of room to spread out. There’s one TV in the living room and all 4 bedrooms. Bedrooms have electric heaters and window a/c, and bathrooms have heaters. Spend time relaxing on the porch swings and rocking chairs on the front covered porch. Second-story rooms also have balcony access.
Views of the ponds and meadow with trees and mountains in the background provide a breathtaking, natural setting where you may find some wildlife passing through. Outside has lawn space for games, a private charcoal grill, and 3 picnic tables perfect for a cookout. Close to the Swimming Hole, walking trails, and the big lake for fishing and kayaking. Gather around the large community firepit for some storytelling and making smores. Bring your extended family or vacation with your friends in the Coyote Lodge for an experience like no other and make memories that will last a lifetime!
Ready to reserve Coyote Lodge? Here are some things to know before you book.
Four-bedroom cabin (sleeps 18) – Deer room has two queen beds and bunk beds (sleeps 6), Bull, Panther, and Fox – each have a king bed and bunk bed (each sleeps 4).
4 Bathrooms with Walk-In Shower
Side by side refrigerator/freezer with ice maker
Wood-Burning Stone Fireplace
Electric Heaters in living room, bedrooms have window A/C & electric heat, bathrooms all have heaters
Microwave, Drip Coffee Maker, Keurig coffee maker, & Toaster Oven
Dishes, Cups, Serving Trays & Bowls, Cookware & Utensils
Iron & Ironing Board
TV in each bedroom and living area & Wi-Fi
Large covered porches (first & second stories), rocking chairs, and porch swings
Charcoal Grill (charcoal not provided)
Fire pit with the first bundle of wood provided (additional bundles $10/each)
Three picnic tables
Provided: Linens, towels, travel-size toiletries, dish soap, hand soap, cotton balls, Qtips, coffee filters, salt & pepper, spices, starter supplies of toilet paper, paper towels, garbage bags, creamer, and sweetener.
“Incredible getaway just outside of Brevard. We had a group of 16 and were easily accommodated in the lodge. Had a blast roaming the 175 acres, the bamboo forest (yes you read that right), and hanging in the house on the porch stargazing. Was only 20-30 minutes from a list of waterfalls, and was able to find a swimming hole at the base of High Falls, which made for an incredible day. Would highly recommend staying on this property.”
“This was the *perfect* stay for our large group! We stayed in Coyote Lodge and absolutely adored it. The lodge was charming, comfortable, well-stocked, well-decorated, and delightfully rustic. The property was spectacular, with many miles of trails and of course the beautiful French Broad River. Lastly, our hosts were so helpful throughout the entire weekend! I hope to come back and stay again. Thank you, Dionne and Scott!”
*Carol was the one who attended Camp Deerwoode for Girls in the 1950’s* Favorite memory: Family discussion in two’s and three’s in the Lodge, on the porch, taking hikes, exploring the roads with Scott as driver, remembering old camp experiences (I was a camper 70 years ago! Lots of change!) Saw frogs, deer, heron, dragonflies, hawks, one small snake, fish, turtle, geese…white squirrels. We went on the Brevard walking tour, tax office, toy store, library, etc. Sliding Rock and all over Deerwoode, especially the lake and Bamboo Forest.
Where we went: Asheville, Brevard, canoeing & hiking. Favorite Memory: Dungeons & Dragons for DAYS, and helping Sam fix the pond sprinklers! Wildlife we saw: Rabbits, Herons, Cranes, Redwind Blackbirds, Deer, Bullfrogs, Butterflies, Dragonflies, snakes and Swallows.