The Lodge (also known as the Resource Center) is ideal for small classroom settings, group meetings or cozy (indoor) fireside chats. It includes solar-powered outlets for plugging in equipment for work meetings, though “unplugged” retreats are far more popular.
Built in 2017, the pavilion is a perfect setting for activities needing shelter from the rain or the heat of the sun. Its thoughtful design invites anything from simple classroom activities to wedding reception dance parties.
Two separate cabins can sleep up to 10 individuals per cabin. Cabins are divided in half, with two sets of bunk beds and a single bed on each side. Each cabin has a lighted outhouse facility and shower house adjacent.
Camp cooking takes place in a well-equipped kitchen including a propane Camp Chef barbecue, stove and two refrigerators. Campers can enjoy their meals in a covered eating area. Washable silverware is provided in an effort to reduce plastic waste.
A covered firepit area is the perfect location for s’more-making, storytelling, fireside chats and fabled “hootenanny” sing-a-longs. Camp users often reflect that the best memories are made around the fire.
A covered archery area helps provide safety boundaries and weather protection for practicing archers. Users are encouraged to provide their own archery equipment and targets.
Other amenities include: Cook’s Cabin – A small, private bunkhouse to house the cook or other special guests; Activity Shed – Home to a variety of sports equipment including volleyball, soccer, frisbee golf, hula hoops and more; a Solar Shed – providing solar power to the Lodge and Gazebo.
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