This pavilion, located on the upper level near the cabin area, provides a sheltered area for outdoor cooking with its central fireplace. There is electricity and water is available nearby. The pavilion can accommodate groups of approximately 50 with its picnic table seating.
Nestled in the woods, this shelter built in 2004 provides a unique gathering area for those camping on the lower level. Picnic tables can seat approximately 50, and make it an ideal area for meals, nature & craft projects, or Scout merit badge activities.
Located near the lodge and camp office, Founders’ Pavilion is a large and spacious area for groups of all sizes, with a seating capacity of up to 150 in this 40’ x 80’ space. Restrooms and a playground area are nearby and make the shelter convenient for family reunions and other gatherings as well as regular camp activities. The Pavilion has running water and a kitchen equipped with two gas stoves, a refrigerator, and a freezer for guest use. The Founders’ Pavilion was completed in 2007 and was built in honor of the camp founders, Nate Miller, LeRoy Mullet, and Ken Stoltzfus, Sr.