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South Campus

The South Campus has many original turn-of-the-century buildings surrounded by a large lawn dotted with aged apple trees, a rose garden, fish pond, volleyball court and lots of running room. The camp is delightfully situated among the tall pines, white aspens, blue spruce, mighty oaks, shady cottonwoods and a variety of fruit trees, which bring different colors to camp with the changing seasons. To the north and south are majestic forested mountains with a river running through the valley from east to west.

The South Campus has two dormitories with bunk beds, and there are 7 newly remodeled cabins. The South Campus will sleep 130 people.