Tipton Lodge is the camp's dining facility with two dining halls - Bell and Oak Hall. A porch and surrounding gathering area serves as the center of camp activity.
Nickle Lodge is available year-round. The Lodge sleeps 60 people in 7 bunk style rooms. It has a large common/meeting room with a fireplace and a small kitchenette.
We have 11 cabins at camp separated into two cabin villages. One village has 4 cabins and the other has 7. Each of our rustic cabins has power, heat and air conditioning.
Each village has a shared bathhouse with separate sides for boys and girls. The bathhouse has showers and toilets.
The campfire circle is located in the heart of camp. It is across the creek from the dining hall and offers a wonderful outdoor setting for 200 people.
Overlooking the camp's lagoon, the pavilion provides a covered gathering space for groups of up to 200 people. The pavilion also has a stone fireplace, benches, chairs, and a screen for a projector.
The Gazebo is located right before your reach the camp pool. It is a small covered location that is perfect for a small group. There is also a small charcoal grill located here.
Porter Council House
Built in the style of the Cherokee council house, the Porter Council House offers a unique venue for up to 100 people. Seating is in the round and covered while still allowing for a campfire.
The pool is open June-Labor Day. It features an 11ft deep end and has the capacity for 75 people.
Located at the entrance of camp, Wesley Landing offers a grassy area with direct access to the Little River.