Cabin B has three bedrooms and will sleep a total of 12 campers. The building is in need of repair and has a damaged roof and walls. Renovation will begin in summer 2016.
Renovation will include new windows, new electrical, new steps and gutters, a new roof and repaired walls. New furniture will complete the renovation. Naming Rights for this cabin are available. Please contact Dan Rogers.
This cozy little cabin has 2 bedrooms which will sleep 6 people each. The cabin is equipped with 6 bunk beds, shelving for gear storage, electricity, screened windows and a wonderful covered front porch.
Funded by a grant from the Quigley Family Foundation.
The Staff cabin will sleep 6 - 8 people. It is a rustic cabin with electricity. Renovations funded by the Daniel Boone Council.
The renovation of the caretakers home was completed in February 2014, and was funded by Outward Bound Alumni and Daniel Boone Council. The resident caretaker is Jim Fox.
The McGlammery Center is completely renovated. The facility will serve as the Camp Office and may also be used for training. The facility is equipped with a kitchen, main office, an upstairs with lodging for 2. The facility also has 3 porches, 2 of which are fully screened in.
Many thanks to the Glass Foundation for their support of this project.
This quaint cabin can sleep 4 with 2 bedrooms.
Named for Pid Ballew who helped build the Adirondak style shelter in 1985. It is a great place for troops and packs to camp.
This facility will host a camp health lodge and conference center. This project will be partially funded by a grant from the Glass Foundation.
Litten Lodge has four bedrooms and will sleep a total of 24 campers.
The building is equipped with 12 bunk beds, screened windows, electricity, a covered front porch and shelving to store your gear. Project funded by a gift from Bob and Gwen Litten.
The bath house has men's and women's facilities. The ladies side has 3 sinks, 3 toilets, 2 showers. The men's side has 3 sinks, 2 toilets, 1 urinal and 2 showers. The facility is heated and uses a forever hot water heater so hot water is never an issue.
This project was funded by the Lumpkin Trust and the Daniel Boone Council.