Please report all emergencies to camp personnel immediately
Office Number: 423-234-0833
Address: 2240 Van Hill Road, Greeneville, TN 37745
If you need assistance in an emergency, there are sirens located throughout the property. Sirens are located at the office, the tavern, the third level bathhouse, and the lodge. You can also continuously blow a loud whistle.
Most power outages at camp last only a few hours. Water will work on the first levels however on our upper level sites use pumps and will stop working. This goes the same for toilets.
The closest hospital is Greeneville Community Hospital. The hospital address is 1420 Tusculum Blvd., Greeneville, TN 37745.
There is no swimming allowed in any of our ponds. In the event that a water rescue is required, there are life rings is available at the shore of the pond. Some of our ponds reach 40 feet in depth. For pool emergencies, a life rink is located pool side.
Face Pace Urgent Care is located at 3430 E Andrew Johnson Hwy Suite 1, Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 820-0033
In the event of a major emergency please rather at the front entrance. The safest place in the event of a wind emergency is the annex bathroom.
Greene County provides service to Timberfell. Call 911 to dispatch.
Medical conditions should be recorded on your camp account. We will only disclose this information to medical personnel in the event you cannot communicate with them. You can add this information by logging into your account or just stop by Guest Services.
In the event of a fire, dial 911 immediately — every second counts. Baileyton has a Volunteer Fire Company. Dial 911 and alert the office. Fire extinguishers can be found at each building. Please make a mental note of their locations as you stroll through camp. In the event of a fire please activate all sirens.
In the event of an emergency we will use the ID numbers from your wristband to give information to emergency responders.
The best place to be is in your vehicle. Download a weather app to your phone and allow weather alerts to inform you of dangerous oncoming storms.
The main camp roads are the best way to exit the camp. If exiting on foot, head north to the nearest public road (Van Hill Road)