Our 234-acre property has facilities perfect for Youth Groups, School, Church and Community Events
As a non-profit organization not only are we affordable, but by letting us host your event you know you are helping us serve children in need with our programs.
We have two adjoining properties that are great for many types of youth events or hosting your next community event. Take a look at our facilities for your spring and fall youth group events.
Typical events that we can accommodate:
- Scout groups
- Community Service Groups
- Church groups
- Youth sports groups
- Community events such as BBQ, Bingo
Sorry we are unable to host weddings or similar types of event.
Because of our summer camp programs, there are no rentals from June 1 – August 25
We have so much space and so many options available; chances are we can customize our activities and spaces to meet your goals and fit your needs…
Overnight Camp Property:
If you need overnight accommodations for your event, we are a unique and affordable option.We have cabin accommodations that can hold up to around 100 people. Living quarters consist of lodges with two open dorm rooms, each sleeping eight to twelve people, one bathroom and shower area shared by all members of that lodge, and a staff sleeping area.
Cabins consist of lodges with two open dorm rooms, each sleeping eight to twelve people in bunk beds, one shared bathroom and shower area, and a staﬀ sleeping area. Total occupancy of the Upper Cabins is 82 and 72 for the Lower Cabins.
Tween Creek Cabins can sleep up to ten people each of the six cabins. They are situated in a separate village on the camp property and include access to a covered pavilion complete with ﬁreplace, electrical outlets and picnic tables, as well as an adjacent basketball/play-court area. The Tween Creeks cabins are all wheel-chair accessible.
These cabins are not winterized therefore are only available April -June through and September-October by special request.
Davies Hall is a modern, three season dining area and kitchen that can accommodate up to 147 people (main room) and a total of 179 people (when also using the screened porch). Meals are served family style at round tables. This building is a multi-purpose facility and is often used for evening programs or in the event of inclement weather. It is equipped with a large movie screen, sound system and DVD projector. The building is available from March-June and September-November.
Our five pavilions (two being added spring 2019) are covered structures that are used for lessons and activities. All pavilions have electrical supply.
Tennis, four- and nine-square, basketball, gaga and hockey
The EC houses equipment for science and nature activities, and an indoor animal collection; and also features an outdoor animal collection and campers’ gardens.
This 4-acre pond is used for fishing, aquatic study, bird and bat watching. Our boating (row boats and paddle boats), canoeing and kayaking are not available during spring and fall.
Day Camp Property:
65 acres of fields and woodlands, a large main open field area, and a playground and hard top play court.
Day Camp Activity Hall (Available for Youth Group rentals only) The day camp activity hall is a place where up to 200 people can gather together in one place in the large common room. The building also has the following features:
- Audio visual projector and screen
- Changing area with cubbies
- Stage (portable)
Arts and Crafts Buildingl The old dining hall has been converted to an arts and crafts building provides additional shelter on rainy days.
Our two day camp pavilions offer rainy day cover for outdoor activities are available each accommodating up to 50 people.
Tennis, four- and nine-square, basketball, gaga
- Group challenges, low ropes course, team building, survival/shelter building
- Environmental Day trip (9:00 AM — 2:45 PM); up to 100 people
- Extended (10:00 AM – 7:00 PM)
We can design a program to bring your participants a fun and valuable experience. Water coolers will be provided during activities on warmer days.
Group Challenge Course:
Typically, groups spend two hours out on the challenge field, and can work through 5 to 7 challenge activities.
Low Ropes Course:
The Low Ropes Course is an excellent follow-up to the Group Challenge Course. These activities require more careful supervision and more cooperation between the participants.
We are a non profit organization. Our rental fees go back into supporting the educational and camp programs that we run throughout the year.