Camp Agnes S. McMillen includes 103 acres of wooded ravines, meadows, and trails in northern Allen County in northeast Indiana. This property offers many different levels of outdoor experience, from Cedar Creek Cabin and the Friendship House, modern climate controlled troop houses to screened platform tent/cabins providing a more primitive experience. There are numerous hiking trails throughout the property. One favorite hiking destination is a sycamore tree on the banks of Cedar Creek thought to be the second largest in the state of Indiana. Unique to this property is the climbing tower and zipline as well as an extensive low ropes course. The Gathering Center is a dining facility that seats 250 and can provide indoor programming space for inclement weather as well as meeting space for larger groups. This site serves throughout the summer as a day camp. They enjoy cookouts, nature activities, and utilizing the climbing tower and zipline. Camp Agnes S. McMillen is proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association.