Gathering CenterThis modern, carpeted dining and meeting facility seats about 200 at round tables. It has restrooms, a gas fireplace, a large screen and AV equipment for viewing various types of presentations, and a fully equipped kitchen. Please allow at least ½ hour at the beginning of check-in time for training on the commercial kitchen.
 
Cedar Creek Cabin – This modern air-conditioned facility features bunk beds for 24, two modern kitchenettes complete with microwaves and restroom facilities with showers. This building is completely accessible to persons with disabilities. This facility may be reserved as one large cabin or half of the facility. One end features a fireplace; and the other has a door that leads onto a deck overlooking the ravine. Deck side now has a new outdoor fire ring. Pots, pans, and dishes are provided for indoor kitchen cooking, pudgie pies and roasting forks available for outdoor cooking. If other outdoor cooking gear is needed, please request at the time of reservation. There are picnic tables on the deck.
 
Friendship House – This building has overnight accommodations for 30 in bunk beds and is completely accessible for persons with disabilities. This location features a large kitchen, tables and chairs, a fireplace, a covered deck, and an outside fire ring. There is a separate leader bedroom for two, and two bunk rooms. Pots, pans, and dishes are provided for indoor kitchen cooking, pudgie pies and roasting forks available for outdoor cooking. If other outdoor cooking gear is needed, please request at the time of reservation. The basement is a multipurpose room with a concrete floor. Tables and chairs for up to 60 are available.
 
Hostel – A carpeted, heated, overnight facility with sleeping mats, tables, and chairs for 20.  It has electric lights, one flush toilet, showers and sinks. The kitchen has an electric stove, a refrigerator, double sink and workspace. There are camp cooking pots and utensils. Silverware and dishes are provided. There is an outdoor fire ring across the road for campfires. A pit latrine is also located across the road. There is also a flagpole outside.
 
Lodge - This heated and cooled building has a spacious kitchen and a large meeting room with tables and benches as well as sleeping mats for an overnight capacity of 20. Restrooms are pit latrines located just outside. The kitchen has a gas stove, a refrigerator, triple sink and work space. There are camp cooking pots and utensils. Silverware and dishes are provided. The beautiful field stone fireplace features a wooden mantel with a carved inscription. There is also an outside fire ring for campfires.
 
Whispering Pines, Sycamore Hollow, Whippoorwill Units - Each unit has screened platform tent cabins with four cots and mattresses in each.  There is running water, a shelter with picnic tables, a fire ring and latrines.  The shelter cupboard has fire buckets, pots and pans, utensils and a propane camp stove upon request.  There are no dishes or silverware.
 
Day Use and Primitive Areas - The following areas may be used for either day use or primitive campsites: Pioneer, Wide Meadows, and Whipporwill.  Day Camp Units: Tulip, Oak, and Hickory may be used for only day use.  All of these areas have a fire circle, picnic table, and a latrine/greenie and water nearby.  The Day Camp Units and Pioneer have a shelter and a unit box. The Pioneer unit box is complete for cooking.  Please request any equipment that you may need.