The Coweeta Residence can accommodate up to 20 people in five four-person bedroom arrangements (see floor plan below). The twin-size beds in each room have a pillow and blanket provided. Visitors may bring their own linens or use pillow cases and sheets or use the pillow cases and sheets available in the supply closet. However, visitors are required to wash, dry, fold, and return used sheets and pillow cases to the supply closets (laundry facilities are available). Each bedroom is furnished with a desk with Wi-Fi and ethernet connections available. Detailed instructions on connecting to the internet are posted in each kitchen.
The Coweeta Residence has two fully furnished kitchens, including complete food preparation areas, appliances, and utensils. Each kitchen area seats 12 people. Utility areas on each end of the building contain laundry appliances (clothes washer and dryer) and additional refrigerator and freezer space.
Women's and a men's handicap accessible restrooms, including showers, are located on the main floor of the building. Visitors need to provide their toiletries. An additional restroom with no shower is located in the lower level of the building.
The Callahan Room
The social room in the Coweeta Residence is named in honor of Dr. Tom Callahan. The Callahan room is located in the lower level of the building, and includes a seating area with tables and chairs. A television with satellite service, DVD, and VCR are provided. A desk, computer, internet connection, and additional internet ports provided. Outside of The Callahan Room is a cement patio with a picnic table that provides an additional relaxation area.
The Callahan Room Dedication
Wayne Swank (Coweeta Project Leader Emeritus), James Callahan (son of Tom Callahan), Anne Callahan (wife of Tom Callahan), and Brian Kloeppel (Previous Coweeta LTER Site Director), presenting the plaque that names the Social Room in honor of Tom Callahan.