Resident campers live in rustic screened cabins with a trained counselor and 5–7 other campers in their age group. Two cabins make up a family unit that participates in activities together: swimming, archery, rappelling, rock climbing, arts and crafts, nature discovery, ropes challenge course, Bible study and spiritual formation, canoeing, sharing homemade family-style meals, and more. The family unit structure (called small group camping) is an important foundation of our summer camp program. Negotiating the selection of the daily activities, asking someone to "please pass the green beans," and cleaning the cabin with your bunkmates all help teach campers how to live in community together and help them develop confidence, independence, and self-esteem.
We also have cabins with AC and bathrooms that we call the "duplex cabins". These cabins are usually reserved for the youngest campers in any session.