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When it's time to sleep, campers will retreat to their assigned cabin for a good night's rest!


Each of our rustic cabins houses 6-8 campers and 2-3 counselors/staff members. All cabins are  equipped with bunk beds and mattresses, so campers will just need a sleeping bag, a pillow, and a blanket to feel right at home. In keeping with our "unplugged" philosophy, our cabins do not have electricity, so we suggest packing a flashlight or small reading light, too!


No matter which cabin campers call home during their time at camp, they'll be just a short walk from a bath house, where they'll find sinks, toilets, and showers.

Cabin Placement

Campers will receive their cabin assignment upon arrival at camp. 

Cabins are generally shared by campers of similar ages/grades and the same gender identity. Depending on the size of your campers' session, their cabin group may span 1-3 grade levels (e.g. rising 3rd-5th graders).

We create our cabin groups with a great deal of care and consideration for each campers' interests and needs. Our top priority is always to foster inclusion, connection, and community. 

Note: we do accept requests to bunk with a specific friend or family member during the registration process and we do our best to fulfill these requests, but we cannot guarantee all bunkmate requests will be honored.

Have more questions about our cabins? Give us a call at 231-222-0005 or email

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