Shelters and Outdoors

Barbara Emmans Adirondack Shelter

The Barbara Emmans Adirondack Shelter sleeps 12 and is ideal for three season camping. The cabin was built to honor Barbara Emmans, a long time Camp Fire volunteer.

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Jeremiah’s Cabin Adirondack Shelter

Jeremiah’s Cabin Adirondack Shelter sleeps 20 and is ideal for three season camping. The shelter was built as an Eagle Scout project in the memory of Jeremiah Sobecki.

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The Meadow

The Meadow is the central open grassy area on the south side of the creek. It is a perfect place for games and recreation and a picturesque site for weddings.

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The Pavilion

New at The Res. This shelter sits on the edge of the secluded Meadow and offers a great gathering and eating location for family picnics or group events.

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Fire Bowl and Amphitheater

The Fire Bowl and Amphitheater area is a multifunctional amphitheater area complete with a large central raised fire ring, terraced bench seating and electric and a permanent projection screen. The amphitheater was rebuilt in 2012 and dedicated to former Ranger Dave Norris.

 

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