Lodging: Cabins and tent-cabins are nestled among the trees or overlooking Spanish Creek. Each sleeps up to four adults in cots or beds with a table, bench and shelves for your convenience. Stay in lower camp with electricity or upper camp, where the only lighting beside the moon is path markers to help you find your way at night.
Rest Rooms/Bathing: Each area in camp has communal restroom and bathing facilities for men and for women. There are showers with private changing stalls and outlets at the sinks for your convenience.
Meals: Enjoy three healthy, delicious meals served buffet style. Vegetarian entrees and a salad bar are available daily. Early risers may want to have a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate. Meal times are: Breakfast is at 8:30am, Lunch is at 12:30pm and Dinner is at 6:00pm. Each week also includes a special "Date Night for Adults" dinner. Activities will be provided for children. There is a separate mini-kitchen for campers use, including those campers with special dietary needs.
Common Space: In addition to the dining hall and patio, the veranda is a place where campers can gather for dancing or games. We also have courts for basketball, tennis and volleyball and a softball field. There are evening activities planned each night. They include: Two Campfires, Disco Bingo, Movie Night, a Talent Show and Games Night.
Swimming: Our on-site swimming hole has a family beach and lifeguard on duty. You can also rent inner tubes and float your way down stream.
Horseback Riding: Trail rides are available Thursday - Saturday. Morning and evening rides are just over an hour while the mid-day ride is almost two hours.
Camp Store: The store is open daily and sells ice cream, candy, film, batteries, personal items, necessities and camp memorabilia.
Laundry Facilities: There is a laundry room with coin-operated washers, dryers and a wash sink.
Medical Services: There is a nurse in residence for 24-hour first aid. Extensive hospital services are minutes away in Quincy.
Disability Access: Camp is accessible to campers with disabilities.