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Families each stay in their own cabin, which has:

  • A large sleeping room with several single-person bunk beds (cabins are spacious, so most families will be able to have one set of bunk beds per person)

  • A private full bathroom with shower 

  • A coffee maker

  • Most cabins have lovely screened porches as well!

Children/babies of any age are welcome, though our supervision and programming is not available for kids under age 3, so parents are required to supervise those very young campers at all times. We can provide infant beds when needed.

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Family cabin

  • Parent discussion groups

  • Swimming

  • Kayaking/canoeing

  • Stand-up paddle boarding

  • Tennis

  • Archery

  • Arts & crafts

  • Basketball

  • Kickball, soccer, and other field sports

  • Ga-ga ball

  • Nature walks

  • Yoga

  • Evening activities, such as: talent show, family karaoke, campfire with s'mores, kid-only and parent-only hangouts, and much more!

Daily Activities

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Paddle boarding on the lake

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Family-friendly kickball

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Archery range

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Field, cabins, and lake

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Canoeing, kayaking, & paddle boarding


Eating well is essential for a great camp experience!

All family campers eat in the camp dining hall during our three daily meal times, which are complete with salad bars. Coffee, tea, and healthy snacks are available to campers all day long.

We can accommodate the following diets: vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, and dairy free. We do not use nuts in any food we serve; if someone in your party has a nut or other allergy we ask that you contact us for more information. Please  feel free to contact us with any questions about food at camp.

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Dining hall 

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