Camp Gailor-Maxon is hosted on the grounds of DuBose Conference Center, Tennessee's historic Episcopal conference center in beautiful Monteagle, Tennessee.
DuBose is home to major annual Episcopal church programs including Camp Gailor-Maxon, the Episcopal Churchmen's Conference, Winterfest youth retreat, All Women Are Daughters women's retreat, and the Sewanee Church Music Conference, where generations of Tennesseans have enjoyed DuBose's peaceful grounds and warm hospitality.
What makes having Camp Gailor-Maxon at DuBose special?
- 65 acres of mountain woodlands and open fields
- A history of friendships made, spirits renewed, and faith strengthened
- A rich heritage of service to the Episcopal Church
- Beautiful foliage and peaceful setting
- Originally built in 1872, DuBose is on the National Register of Historic Places
Female Cabins (Winterized Cabins)
Cabins 5 and 6 are two of DuBose's newer cabins. Each cabin sleeps 24 people—12 people per side—with separate bathrooms with showers on each side. A cozy living area with couches separates the two sides and provides ample space for conversation and relaxation.
Male Cabins (Rustic Cabins)
Cabins 1, 2, and 3, and 4 offer barracks-style accommodations for up to 14 people, including a small private sleeping room for two (traditionally for CGM counselors) and a shared bathroom with showers. If the walls and rafters of these cabins could talk, they'd tell marvelous stories of games, pranks, pillow-fights, and long talks by generations of campers.