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Camp Location

The main lodge is the center of activities at camp and contains the kitchen and dining room.

There are 20 cabins on camp that can each sleep 10 people. Each cabin has an indoor bathroom with a shower, toilet and 2 sinks. All cabins are heated and air-conditioned.

All cabins have 5 bunk beds in one large room. The floor is sealed concrete and the walls are finished wood. Some cabins have dressers.

There are several areas on camp for games and activities. Pictured here is the "sport court" with equipment for basketball and volleyball. There are also areas for fishing, hiking, and campfires.

One of camp's most popular features is the waterslide. At 25 feet high it is the main attraction during each summer session's water party.

The camp also has ranges for archery and riflery. Campers can practice target shooting with recurve bows, compound bows, and pellet guns.

The TRUST course gets everyone in the group involved through both low and high elements (activities). Low elements challenge groups by completing team building initiatives which are 3-10 feet above the ground (or less) and do not require the use of belays or ropes.

High elements require the use of ropes, belay equipment and other saftey gear as participants climb to heights greater than 10 feet. As their experience evolves, participants can navigate across the high wire/pole course, climb the tower, repel, or zip down the zip line.

The Odyssey Course is a unique high element challenge course that provides groups with an intense teambuilding experience which highlights the objectives of cooperation, trust, communication, and adventure. The Odyssey Course represents the next generation in challenge course design and adventure based programming.