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Rothrock Lodge:

 

Large single room bunk house - ceiling fans to circulate air - wood burning stove - Separate, enclosed kitchen area (recently remodeled) with a 4 burner gas grill, large griddle, two bay stainless steel sink, hot water, refrigerator - Large common bunk/activity area plus two small sleeping rooms (one at each side of back of main room). Additional room with hand washing sinks but no inside toilet facilities. Outdoor latrines near by. (Capacity 32)

Rothrock is located across from Roberts Lodge and near the road into camp. This cabin is just a short walk from the Rifle Range and C.O.P.E. Course. Rothrock Adirondack site is located just beyond the lodge and can be reserved for overflow with large groups.

Roberts Lodge:

Roberts is virtually identical to Rothrock Lodge. Large one room bunk house, wood burning stove. Separate, enclosed kitchen area (recently remodeled) with a 4 burner gas grill, large griddle, two bay stainless steel sink, hot water, refrigerator - Large common bunk/activity area plus two small sleeping rooms (one at each side of back of main room). Additional room with hand washing sinks but no inside toilet facilities. Outdoor latrines near by. (Capacity 32)

Roberts is located behind McIlvaine Lodge and across from Agechetum Circle and Rothrock Lodge. Roberts Adirondacks is located just beyond the lodge and can be reserved for overflow with large groups.

(FYI) this building serves as the nature lodge during summer camp.

McIlvaine Lodge:

Main room has bunks, an open hearth fireplace and wooden floor. Second room has concrete floor with a wood burning stove, activity/dining area. Remodeled separate kitchen with four burner stove. griddle, sink, hot water, full size refrigerator - no cabinets. Inside bathroom. No Showers (Capacity 24)

This cabin is located nearest to the parking lot as you come into camp.

Browning Lodge:

A three story lodge - The second level has a 4 burner gas stove and griddle with a cooking/food prep area adjacent to a large common activity/dining area. Hot water, two bay stainless steel sink and a refrigerator. Heat is provided by a wood burning stove. Upper level contains bunk beds. Bathroom and showers are located in the lower level of the building. You must go outside to reach it. (Capacity 30)

Schramm Lodge:

Single level, large three room lodge building has a dining room with a wood burning stove. The kitchen, renovated in 2007,  has a 4 burner gas stove and large griddle with a cooking/food prep area, refrigerator, hot water and a two bay stainless steel sink. Bunkroom is a split-level and has wood burning stove. Inside bathroom. No showers. Campfire circle located out back. (Capacity 36)

  • NOTE: Browning and Schramm are located very close to each other (just past the dinning hall and the White House near "The Bend"). Units often utilize these cabins together as they are excellent for large groups requiring additional space.

Adirondack Sites:             

These are large, three sided wooden shelters with 4 wooden bunks. Campsites have a flagpole, fire ring and latrine. The Rothrock Adirondack site has a large open air shelter.

Roberts Adirondack site (Capacity 36 + 8 tents)
Rothrock Adirondack site (Capacity 36 + 8 tents)
Timberline Adirondack site (Capacity 12 + tent space)

Stockades:                 

Picture a small, open air shelter with built in, wooden bunk beds and you'd be looking at the popular HSR stockades (You may want bring tarps to fasten on the sides to provide extra protection during the winter months.)

Boonesboro (Capacity 26)

Carson (Capacity 26)

Sherwood (Capacity 26)

Crockett (Capacity 26)

Taylor (Capacity (26)

Clifton Lisle

Tent Sites:

Schramm - Dan Beard - Conestoga - Lenni Lenape - Octoraro - Campcraft (Closest tent site to the parking lot, campcraft has open air shelter plus a smaller sheltered "HQ" program area).

Trailblazer:

Added in 2007-2008 for weekend use, Trailblazer has a large shelter area, latrine and campfire area. It is one of only two campsites where potable water is available within the site during the winter months. Located right next to the main parking lot.

Campcraft Area:

A super location for large units camping in tents. This site is located right off of the main parking lot and has two shelters along with a potable water spigot available throughout even the winter months.

See maps for locations

 


- NOTE -

All bunks have mattresses in both Camp Ware and Camp Horseshoe lodge buildings during the winter camping season

All units must provide their own tents, sleeping bags (or blankets), food, paper products, toilet paper, trash bags and cooking equipment for weekend camping

 

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