DINING:

The Bearstooth just underwent a massive makeover! Now known as the Beartooth Lodge, this building has a warm rustic feel that is welcoming as a dining hall and chapel location. With a fresh coat of paint, wooden accents and a fireplace this is the place to be for every meal. With a new drink station in across from the serving windows allows for lines to move quickly and swiftly.

 

 

GATHERING PLACES:

The Bearstooth just underwent a massive makeover! Now known as the Beartooth Lodge, this building has a warm rustic feel that is welcoming as a dining hall and chapel location. With a fresh coat of paint, wooden accents and a fireplace this is the place to be to hang out, worship together, or just enjoy a fireside coffee!

 

 

 

LODGING:

Gemstone:

Gemstone is the first housing unit you see upon entering camp. Located just across from the Beartooth Lodge with an incredible view of the mountains behind it. It has 5 bedrooms that house 6-10 people. Each bedroom has it’s own bathroom equipped with double sinks, a toilet, and shower. It also has a living room and kitchen! This is a great place for families or small groups!

 

Copper King:

Copper King is our biggest housing unit. Located at the north end of camp, it sits along the upper road and has a deck that looks out over camp. The downstairs contains a living room, kitchen, and 2 bedrooms. Bathrooms are located in the building on each floor. Showers and toilets are separate from each other and sinks are located in each bedroom. The upstairs is similar and has 4 bedrooms. Bedrooms house 6-10 people. Copper King is also equipped with a washer & dryer! In late 2016 and early 2017 Copper King went through a remodel. With new flooring, bunks, lighting, sinks and a fresh coat of paint, this housing unit is warm and inviting!

 

Minor Shacks:

Designed after a traditional cabin, each minor shack is designed to bunk 10 campers. They very in height as some are single level units and others are dual level units. They are equipped with heaters for the winter time as well as lots of windows to allow the cool summer breeze through.