Campers live in cabins of four to ten people. Counsellors live in a separate room within the cabin, next door or nearby. Indoor showers and flush toilets are also nearby.
The Museum, once the home of a heritage canoe collection, now houses arts and crafts, pottery, woodworking and leathercraft, the elevated entrance to our high ropes course, and an indoor climbing wall.
Our infirmary is fully equipped and staffed by nurses on a full-time basis. A doctor lives on-site and holds regular clinics.
The dining hall, named for long-time director Kirk Wipper, holds much of the camp’s heritage and tradition. And the food is great, with lots of variety to meet every need.