Divisions are based on a grade-completed system. These 10 groups bear unique names that were created over 100 years ago.
|Juniors||1st-2nd grades completed|
|Inters||3rd grade completed|
|Debs||4th grade completed|
|Sub-Seniors||5th grade completed|
|Senior-A’s||6th grade completed|
|Clubhouse 7||7th grade completed|
|Annex||8th grade completed|
|ROMREC||9th grade completed|
|Trainees (CIT)||10th grade completed|
|Floaters (CIT)||11th grade completed|
Our distinctive bunks are constructed using bark-on-hemlock logs that beautifully complement our rustic surroundings. Inside, campers enjoy clean, comfortable and well maintained living accommodations.
Knotty-pine construction lines each bunk’s walls and ceilings, surrounding newly installed windows complete with bug screens. Campers enjoy modern shower and toilet facilities, custom-designed bed frames, and individual cubby space for personal belongings. While they may look old-fashioned, each bunk has electricity and a separate closet area with open shelving and drawers for smaller items. Trunks and duffels are unpacked on opening day and stored elsewhere.
Juniors through Senior-A’s (grades 1 through 6) live in beautiful log cabins with 6-9 other campers and 2-3 staff members. Older campers (grades 7 through 11) live together with their entire age group and their counselors “under one roof” in large, state-of-the-art bunks.
Trainees & Floaters (CITs) live together without campers while they develop the skills required to become counselors.