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Infirmary - Two nurses live on site and provide medical care to campers around the clock.
CommTech Department - Here campers learn Radio Broadcasting, Sports Broadcasting, Computer Programming and Web Design, Electronics, and Video Production.
Working Senior Cabin - Working seniors are the oldest campers in camp and are among the few campers who do not live on “The Hill”.
Dining Hall - Everyone eats meals family style in the dining hall together with six campers and two counselors at each table.
“The Hill” is the cabin grove where the majority of campers and counselors live. It is also the center of camp where just about everything begins and ends.
“The Hill” is the cabin grove where the majority of campers and counselors live. It is also the center of camp where just about everything begins and ends.
Riflery
Campfire - Weekly meetings are held at the campfire on Sunday nights for fun and games, traditional camp songs and skits, and awards for camper of the week.
Camp Office
The “Waterfront” is set on beautiful 70 Acre Lake Greeley and is large enough to allow for instructional swim, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, and rowboating. No motorboats are allowed on Lake Greeley, so the waterskiing and tubing are done on
The “Waterfront” is set on beautiful 70 Acre Lake Greeley and is large enough to allow for instructional swim, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, and rowboating. No motorboats are allowed on Lake Greeley, so the waterskiing and tubing are done on
Single Tennis Court
The “Rec Hall” hosts dances with our sister camp, Friday night movies, and is home to the Woodshop, Silver Shop, and the Rocketry Room.
Archery Range
Soccer Field - The larger of the two fields on camp property, the soccer field is also home to flag football, lacrosse, rugby, ultimate Frisbee and more.
Camp Shohola Stables - Instruction is available in English Saddle Riding and is one of the few activities in camp which carries a small extra fee.
The “Baseball Field” is the smaller of the two fields on Shohola property and is also home to golf, rugby, and ultimate Frisbee at times.
The “Ropes Course” features several high and low ropes elements, a climbing tower with beginner and advanced faces, and a zip line. Climbers can also choose to go on optional rock climbing trips as part of our trips department.
Nature Cabin - Here campers can learn about local plant and wildlife, feed the lizards and snakes, learn outdoor cooking, and embark on nature trips.
The “Pavilion” hosts dances with our sister camp and activities such as marshall arts, wrestling, and conditioning.
Double Tennis Courts
Senior Cabins - Seniors are the second oldest campers in camp and are among the few campers who do not live on “The Hill”.
Lighted Hockey Rink and Basketball Courts
Arts & Crafts Department - Here campers learn pottery, stained glass, drawing and painting.

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