Depending on grade level and specific camp program, campers live in cabins, longhouses, or platform tents. During the week, campers may have the opportunity to sleep out in a tent, a treehouse or “under the stars.” Accommodations are rustic. Our cabins and longhouses are simple wooden structures with screened windows, 7 or 8 beds, electricity, ceiling fans, and air-conditioning. Pathfinder Village does not have electricity or air-conditioning. Platform tents are more primitive and do not have electricity. Bathrooms and showers for each campsite are located nearby. Wise Lodge (our main dining facility) and our Health Care Center are air conditioned to give campers some respite from the summer heat.
Where will I sleep? What about bathrooms? Is there air-conditioning?
Doug Walters2021-03-03T14:21:56-05:00Comments Off on Where will I sleep? What about bathrooms? Is there air-conditioning?
About the Author: Doug Walters
Doug is passionate about Presbyterian camp ministry and brings with him a wealth of experience and creativity in his role as Executive Director. It was at summer camp, as a Counselor-in-Training many years back, that Doug came to understand that God gives each of us special gifts and talents and calls us to serve as Christ’s hands and feet in the world. In addition to his passion for “all things camp,” Doug has a passion for pizza, and makes a pretty mean homemade, from-scratch pie that rivals any you’d find at your local pizzeria.