BUILDINGS

Amphitheatre
Auditorium
Cantina
Community Dining Hall
Covered Pavilion
Disco Barn
Game Room
Group Dormitory Style Cabins
Infirmary
Leather Shop
TV Lounge 

GROUNDS
WIFI Available
Basketball Court
Campfire Ring
Comfortable Lounge Chairs
Gazebo
Lap / Lounging pool
Nature & Hiking Trails
Olympic Sized Swimming Pool
Open Air Pavilion
Over 200 Rolling Grassland and Wooded Acres
Parking
Public Telephone
Susquehanna River
Sand Volleyball Court
Small Lake
Tennis Courts

MEETING AREAS

The Dining Hall offers a place to enjoy your meal while talking about the day's events or discussing a group issue. A large stone fireplace at the back of the hall creates a stunning effect, giving it the feel of a Norse longhouse. Past the fireplace is another large room, complete with a big-screen TV and VCR. This room is ideal for seminars, viewing videotapes, or watching movies. This room overlooks the swimming pool and sits above the snack bar. For giving lectures or staging outdoor performances, the camp offers an outdoor Amphitheatre. The Amphitheatre's location provides privacy from the other areas. The open-air pavilion is a wonderful spot for dancing, concerts, or whatever else your imagination desires. The Barn Theater, is a great place for music. Acoustics in this building are wonderful for practicing any type of instrument, and has plenty of seating for giving a performance on the raised stage. The Auditorium/Rec Hall is the largest single indoor meeting area at the campground. With over 10,000 square feet of sprung-wooden flooring and a raised stage, this building was designed for large dances. It makes an excellent site for large group meetings, with seating for hundreds of people. The Auditorium/Rec Hall also doubles as an indoor basketball court, and has a number of small side rooms for arts and crafts, cooking demos and classes as well as a designated area for IMEN massages. The White House is a historic building dating back to the eighteen hundreds. For those who like a bit of history, this building was used as part of the Underground Railroad for those escaping the slavery of the south. Although it is currently closed off, the building has a tunnel in the sub-basement used during the Underground Railroad effort.