Property Descriptions

To learn more about each property including community resources, program resources and facility descriptions click the links on the left.


If you are ready to check for availability and/or make a reservation for a specific site - click the links below. If a property is not listed below you must complete a paper  Site Reservation Request Form.




Rolling Hills










Platform Tents
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Wooden platform with canvas tent and rain fly that sleeps 4 (cots & mattresses provided). Water is available in tent units from the third weekend in April through the third weekend in October. Tents are taken down during the winter season.​

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Wooden bunkhouses that contain 2 bunk beds (4 beds) and mattresses. Adirondacks can be used all year, but there is no water in the unit from mid-October to mid-April.​

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Heated building with indoor cooking, restroom and shower facilities. Each lodge has beds (usually bunk beds) and mattresses provided and are heated making them ideal in winter months for camping.​

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Building facility which provides some but not all amenities. Some cabins may not have electricity, water or bathrooms in building but have them located nearby.​

Tree Houses
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Three or four sided structures that are elevated among the trees.​

Covered wagons
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Sleeping structures designed to look like old pioneer conestoga wagons. Each wagon sleeps five people and provides a unique experience.​

Primitive Units
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A basic camping area typically accessible by foot and wheeled carts. Covered kitchen shelter, latrines and running water are provided.​