Reserve Bunkhouse (Beaver Lodge)
The Beaver Lodge is nestled into the woods halfway down the hill on the left as you enter camp. With a full kitchen, 4 separate sleeping rooms and a sitting area, this family-style cabin has all that you'll need for any type of overnight outing. Isolated from the rest of the buildings in camp, this cabin is sure to help your group or family feel right at home.
General Camping, Pack Family Camp, Trainings, Retreats
$100 for a weekend, plus $5 per person
Separate sleeping rooms with bunk beds, sitting area, small kitchen
Indoor restroom with shower
full kitchen with range, oven and refrigeration
Dining Hall, Sledding Hill, Activity Fields, Climbing Tower, Archery Range, BB Gun Range
Kiwi Huts (3)
If you like sleeping in a tent but wish you had a hard roof and doors these screen cabins are a perfect option. With bunks for four, and plenty of ventilation you'll be able to enjoy all the benefits of sleeping outdoors but still be inside four walls! Act while the weather is good as the Kiwi Huts can only be rented September to November and March to May!
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This one of a kind experience is like sleeping in a tent with all the advantages of a building! Complete with doors, window panes, a skylight, electricity, brick floor and bunk beds this 30ft diameter tent will comfortably sleep a group of 10! Act while the weather is good as the Yurt can only be rented September to November and March to May!
Wolverine Cabin (#5)
One of six identical sleeping cabins, this cozy facility is fifth down the trail from the Trading Post. Surrounded by trees with a fire pit nearby, Wolverine sleeps 14 in bunk beds, making it the perfect space for any small group outing. Use the kitchen-sized table with chairs for playing games or setting up snacks in the evening.
Otter Cabin (#6)
One of six identical sleeping cabins, this cozy facility is sixth down the trail from the Trading Post. Surrounded by trees with a fire pit nearby, Otter sleeps 14 in bunk beds, making it the perfect space for any small group outing. Use the kitchen-sized table with chairs for playing games or setting up snacks in the evening.
Complete with a large brick fireplace and log siding, Gordon Hall looks and feels like a historic camp building. With several sets of french doors that open onto a wrap around deck, your next meeting will feel like you're outdoors with the comfort of being inside. As the larger of two meeting spaces in the Conference Center you'll be able to fit up to 100 people at once. Indoor restrooms are only a few steps away in the hallway that adjoins with the nearby Fox Den. We recommend renting this facility with nearby sleeping cabins for your next conference.