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Lodging

We have Outpost and Inpost lodging options available.

Outpost sites are located a quarter mile away from the main camp and are primarily used for summer camps. Campers staying here will cook 2 meals a day over the fire and will go to the main camp for lunch daily. View our Outpost lodging below >

Inpost Cabins are located near the main camp and are used year-round. Campers will go to the dining room for their meals.
View our Inpost lodging below >

Outpost

  • Ranch
  • Homestead
  • Farm
  • Broken Arrow
  • Blue Heron Bay
  • Pioneer One
  • Pioneer Three
  • Ponderosa

Ranch

This home is a 1918 Sears Roebuck house and is used for horse camps throughout the summer. The house has four bunk rooms for campers and two rooms for counselors.


Homestead

Site is nestled in the trees near the horse barn. Campers sleep in covered wagons. Wagons are equipped with mattresses and stay cool during even the hottest days.


Farm

Granary barn remodeled for housing campers. While staying here campers will have a chance to feed the animals and do chores daily. This site is used primarily for Furry Farm Friends.

Broken Arrow

Campers will stay in tepees placed on wooden decks close to the edge of Broken Arrow pond. They will have a chance to enjoy tremendous fishing in Lucy's and Horseshoe ponds. This site is used primarily for camps focused on mud and fishing adventures. It is the closest of all the Outpost site to the main camp area.


Blue Heron Bay

Campers stay in large platform tents with cots to sleep on. Normally travel to/from the site is by canoe with two portages or bike. Site is along the edge of Blue Heron Lake. Site is used primarily for the more adventurous and physical camps.

Pioneer One

Beautiful site located near the high ropes course with two Pacific Yurts. Campers sleep on bunk beds and enjoy a peaceful wood chipped campsite.

Pioneer Three

Campers stay in large platform tents or in the Log cabin with cots to sleep on. Site is located about halfway between the Equestrian Center and the main camp. Campers will enjoy being nestled in the side of the hill and having good shade cover throughout the day.

Ponderosa

Wood building with two bunkrooms and a middle run to provide protection from the weather. Campers sleep on bunk beds. Site is used primarily by horse camps.

Inpost

  • Asbury
  • Buxton
  • Cabins
  • Timber
  • New Life

Asbury Inn

At one time a manager's residence, Asbury Inn is a favorite of many families and small groups. It has 2 rooms of 4 and one room of 6. There are shared bathrooms, a living room, and small kitchen. It is linked with a walking bridge to Timber Lodge.

The inn is located on the main campus within easy walking of dining halls, pool, ropes course, basketball court, sand volleyball, Sunset Chapel and Activity Center. Asbury is heated and air conditioned.


Buxton Lodge

Completed in 2004, Buxton Lodge includes 6 motel-type rooms on the upper level and a meeting space on the lower level. The lower level also includes a shower and bath center used by the south cluster of rustic cabins. Enjoy sitting on the gazebo out front or the new deck on the back of the building.

The lodge is located on the main campus within easy walking of dining halls, pool, ropes course, basketball court, sand volleyball, Sunset Chapel and Activity Center. Buxton is heated and air conditioned.


Cabins

Beacon and Crestwood cabins are double cabins with a meeting space between two sleeping rooms. They sleep a total of 24 each. Shower house is within easy walking distance. A cluster of 3 one room cabins southwest of the pool use the private showers and baths in the lower level of Buxton Lodge.

A cluster of 3 one room cabins nestled in the woods north of the pool use the nearby North Shower house (usually closed December-March; check for availability on your preferred date).

The cabins are located on the main campus within easy walking of dining halls, pool, ropes course, basketball court, sand volleyball, Sunset Chapel and Activity Center. All Main camp Cabins are heated and air conditioned.




Timber Lodge

A year round adult friendly lodge with nine bedrooms, each with its own bath. Meeting rooms with kitchenette on each level. Close to Methaqua dining halls and other amenities of our central campus. Timber Lodge houses 44 and is our most popular building.

The lodge is located on the main campus within easy walking of dining halls, pool, ropes course, basketball court, sand volleyball, Sunset Chapel and Activity Center. Timber is heated and air conditioned.


New Life

A year round adult friendly lodge with four bedrooms, sleeping four in twin over full bunk beds (TOTAL of 16). The meeting room has a kitchenette. Bathrooms are located in the back corner of the building and consist of three separate shower rooms with a locking door and two separate toilet rooms with sink and mirror. The building also has a handicap accessible bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. Close to Methaqua dining halls and other amenities of our central campus. New Life houses 16 and is our newest retreat lodge.

New Life is located on the main campus within easy walking distance of dining halls, pool, ropes course, basketball court, sand volleyball, Sunset Chapel and Activity Center. New Life is heated and air conditioned.