Where you will stay

Housing is assigned by camp managers to meet the needs of campers and the camp. Requests for specific cabins or accommodations are honored when possible, but cannot be guaranteed. If you have special needs, please include that information in your registration.

Housing includes several small cabins that house from 1-8 people. A few of these cabins have their own 3/4 bath (shower, no tub), while others have sleeping quarters only. The cabins that do not include a washroom are situated near a separate shower house. The shower house has women’s facilities on one side of the building and men’s on the other side. Each side includes multiple showers and toilets. The shower house also has a small laundry room with washing machines and dryers.

There are two larger cabins, the Alice and the Mule Barn. These cabins have some family sleeping rooms accessed from a shared hallway, as well as some bunk-beds arranged in dormitory-style sleeping for larger groups. There are multi-stall men’s and women’s washrooms in both the Alice and the Mule Barn. These two large cabins are used during youth camps to house the girls (in the Alice) and the boys (in the Mule Barn), with teachers and support staff housed in the other cabins or in the dorms as chaperones.

Finally, there are several sites on the campground for camper/RV parking. Most of these sites include standard RV hookups. There are usually enough sites for everyone who requests a site, but please don’t arrive without checking. Your registration includes a place to indicate your desire for RV hookup. Generally, your registration date will be used to determine ”first-come, first-served” on RV reservations, but camper or RV sites are limited and must be arranged with the camp manager.