Cabin at sleepaway camp in north carolina.png?ixlib=rails 2.1

Camper Q&A

What Are the Cabins Like?

Cabin at boys summer camp.jpeg?ixlib=rails 2.1

One of our cabins will be your home at camp. You and seven or eight other boys will live together with one or two of our counselors. However, you won’t spend much time in your cabin! Only wake-up, rest hour, and bedtime.

The cabins have metal roofs, screen windows, and a porch. Some of our cabins are singles, while others are “duplex style”, where they share a roof and porch with the cabin next door. There is nothing like falling asleep to the sounds of crickets and bullfrogs, or enjoying the patter of rain on the roof during a rest hour shower! The beds are bunks, and we will have sheets and blankets ready for you. Don’t forget to bring your pillow though! It’s an easy thing to forget.

Yes, each cabin has it’s own bathroom. It is a simple bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. Don’t worry, there is hot water in the showers (but a cold shower can also feel great on a hot summer days!) There is also a door to the bathroom for privacy.

When you are packing, it is a good idea to bring all your bathroom items in a small container or dopp kit, so they are organized and easy to store in the shared bathroom.

Best summer camp for boys.jpg?ixlib=rails 2.1
Friends at summer camp for boys.jpg?ixlib=rails 2.1
Summer camp cabin.jpg?ixlib=rails 2.1