We are very proud of our modern, barrier-free cabins. Each 1600 square foot cabin has air-conditioning, private bathrooms and showers, a water fountain, semi-private bedrooms with comfortable twin mattresses, a large covered porch, and central meeting room. While campers spend most of their time away from the cabins, we think it's important that after a full, busy day of activities, campers are able to get a good night's sleep.
Each cabin sleeps 16 campers with 4 counselors, providing a 4:1 camper to staff ratio. A camper will share a bunk-room with one other camper during their stay at camp. Each bunk has a mattress and sheets provided, but you are welcome to bring your own sheets with you if you would like. We suggest a sleeping bag as an option for a "comforter" or for campers to sleep in on their bunks. All cabins have two indoor showers and two restrooms, a water fountain, a large common area, and a large front porch.
We try to honor every Cabin Request for all campers who wish to share a cabin together while here at camp! During the registration process, we ask if your camper has any other campers who they would wish to share a cabin with. In order to honor requests, both campers who wish to share a cabin with each other should have each other written as "Cabin requests". Because cabins are organized to have ages within a year of each other, your cabin requests should be within a year of each other. If they are more than a year apart, no worries! We are happy to work that out! The older camper should know that they will be living with campers younger than them, as we typically move campers down in age range to accommodate a cabin request.
We do not reserve bunk-beds in cabins, as to allow all campers to have the chance to choose where they sleep. If you wish to share a bunk bed with someone, we suggest that you plan to arrive together to select bunks together.
If you are coming to camp without a bunk request, please do not worry! We are trained and ready to help all campers make friends here at camp! Help your camper be open-minded in this experience and support them in know that they are going to make friends! We do believe that it is important to get to know others during a camper's stay at camp! We encourage group activities and getting-to-know-you games. All campers should feel welcomed here at camp, so it is our goal to always promote inclusion for all campers.