Most available camping space is in shelters called adirondaks, which are 3-walled cabins with 4-8 bunks each.

The adirondaks vary in size. Some have walls that are more exposed to the outdoors. In case of rain, a tarp will be useful!  You will likely share your shelter with other campers, so bring a good attitude, a willingness to share space, and earplugs.

Bring a sleeping pad, as these bunks have no mattresses or padding. 

Each camp area has two rustic outhouses. There are also two shower house facilities on site with flush toilets.

There are picnic tables at each site for preparing and enjoying meals!

Tents are not necessary. In fact, there is very limited flat ground amongst the campsites and tent space is limited. A few of the campsites have tent platforms.

Arrive early Thursday if you are set on tent camping! The platforms and flat ground spaces fill quickly. However, there is plenty of adirondaks and shelter space for all participants.

There is no car camping on site and since we do not allow cars to drive to the campsite, we provide on-site shuttle that will take you from the gate to drop off zones near your desired campsite. Be prepared to wait for the shuttle when you arrive!