Lodging

Lodging Information Summer 2013 

Campers are housed on campus in either our main “Chinook” lodge or the “Coho” lodge.  The Chinook lodge sleeps about 55 kids and Coho sleeps around 45 kids.  Starting with the youngest campers, the majority will stay in one of our two on-campus lodges. We recommend that the younger kids stay in Chinook, our main lodge.  Older teens really like staying in Coho, our newer lodge. Other’s may opt to stay in condos in Govy.  For those who wish to be sure they stay in Government Camp (Govy), campers will have a housing upgrade option.  We will be renting additional units in Govy about 5 miles from our campus.  Campers that want to be sure they will stay there can pay an additional fee of $300 per session to confirm their reservation. *We need a minimum of 5 campers committing to the Golden Poles lodging for it to happen in any particular session.  Generally we recommend that the younger kids (15 and younger) stay at the camp lodges. Older campers may opt to upgrade to Govy.  Supervision occurs at all sites.

CHINOOK LODGE
Main camp lodge

COHO LODGE
Coho Lodge sleeps approximately 40-45 people, putting our total on-campus bed total to around 100 campers. Coho has a meeting room, 7 sleeping rooms, a relaxing porch area and a basement area with air hockey and video stations.

Coho Lodge

Coho Lodge living room

GOLDEN POLES CONDOS
With this additional on-campus housing, we will have fewer campers staying/sleeping in the rented Golden Poles Condo’s in the town of Government Camp (5-miles west of our campus).  For those of you that wish to insure their stay in the Golden Poles Condo’s, there is an additional reservation charge of $300 per session, per camper and only available duringsessions 5 thru 8. *We need a minimum of 5 campers committing to the Golden Poles lodging for it to happen in any particular session.

Golden Poles  is located within walking distance of the village of Government Camp.

Golden Poles condos