The camp has dining, sleeping and activity areas available for over 300 people. Insulated redwood cabins with indoor bathrooms provide amply for sleeping space, in cabin groups of 4 to 8, depending on age. The buildings are rustic but well-constructed. Electric power and hot water are supplied. Cabin Villages are organized by age and separated by gender, with a single seating in the dining hall, maintaining the “family feeling” essential to the camping experience.
A sanitary, modern kitchen serves delicious meals family-style in the Dining Lodge. The Kiva is where arts, crafts, gymnastics, dance and drama activities take place, and frequently is the site of evening activities. The Infirmary, where a camp nurse is always on duty, offers a bright and cheerful retreat if first aid or bed rest for minor indisposition is needed. Emergency paramedics are just a few blocks away at the Groom Creek Fire Station and the physicians and hospital of Prescott are only a fifteen minute drive away. The Log House provides for staff housing and meeting space.
There are separate Western, English, and pony-cart riding arenas, and corrals for our 50+ head of horses. We have 3 secure ranges for our riflery, BB, and archery programs. Our own deep wells supply us with fresh, clean water. We also have a private and secluded swimming hole at Hidden Canyon on the Hassayampa River, several miles away. It’s a great place for an overnight camp-out.
We think our facilities are unmatched in the state. You’ll think so too, once you have come to see them for yourself. Visitors are welcome at any time year-round (with prior appointment). Come up for a picnic, or to play in the snow in the winter… we’ll be glad to show around! If you are looking for information about renting our facilities during the non-summer months you can find it here.