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The Kaycliff Center at Boone Lake is a multi-faceted facility located on the shore of Boone Lake in Washington County, Tennessee established to fulfill the educational, training, and recreational mission of the Kaycliff Foundation.
Kaycliff Foundation was established in 2002 by Judge Clifford E. Sanders and wife Kay as a not-for-profit corporation to maintain their extensive big-game trophy and anthropological artifacts collection in a museum-like setting for the use and benefit of the public for educational, training, and recreational purposes.
Due to the persistence of COVID-19 in our area, and executive actions taken at the State and County level, our Board of Directors has decided to require our guests to take additional steps at events until further notice:
1. Guests at Kaycliff will be required to wear masks or face coverings, except for persons aged 12 and under and as provided for by exemptions in accordance with CDC guidance.
2. Guests at Kaycliff must, to the greatest extent practicable, maintain social distance of 6 feet from members outside their household.
3. Kaycliff is limiting all in person attendance at events and meetings to no more than 10 guests inside our main building.
We will not be booking additional events for the foreseeable future.
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P: (423) 429-3916
Kaycliff Center at Boone Lake
212 Spurgeon Gap Road
Gray, TN 37615