Camp Housing Information

Many of Christikon’s facilities are log buildings constructed for what was once a guest ranch. The main Lodge has a dining area and meeting space. There are four bath houses shared by guests. Our Living Center was built in 2001. Four types of housing are available during family/adult camps:

Living Center

Built with “adult” comfort in mind, the Living Center has six sleeping rooms (each with a queen and two single beds), four bathrooms, a Great Room with fireplace and piano, and a kitchen/dining area. Bedding and towels are provided. The building can accommodate a maximum of 24 people.

Bedding and towels are provided.

Living Center is available on a first come first serve basis.

Christikon’s Living Center is available for congregational retreats, for family/adult campers, and for adult advisors in youth camp sessions.

The Living Center may be utilized by congregational groups from June 17 through November 13 (as space is available, when the facility is not being used for camp programs). Other camp facilities are also available for rental from mid-August through the end of September.

Adult advisors during youth camps who wish to stay in the Living Center during a camp session pay an additional fee per person over the regular camp fee. Depending on the number requesting this housing during a session, you may be sharing a room with other same-gender advisors. Advisors participating in the backpacking programs may request first and last night housing in the Living Center, as space is available.

To schedule a congregational group retreat, please contact us with the dates you wish to attend. Living Center reservations for adult advisors will be made on a first-come-first-served basis; but we cannot definitely confirm reservations until after April 15.

Log Cabins

Log cabins include 8 one-room cabin and 3 double-room cabins. Most have wood stoves.

Used for both youth campers and family/adult campers, these cabins sleep from six to ten people in bunk beds. One small cabin has a double bed.

You provide your own bedding, towels, etc.

Guest Rooms

There are 5 adjacent guest rooms that are used during family/adult camps, and during youth sessions for adult advisors.

Each room has electric heat, carpeted floor, a double or queen bed, and two single beds.

You provide your own bedding and towels.

Your Camper

You can also use your own camper, trailer, or tent. Though we have no dedicated tent/trailer sites, we reserve our limited number of level areas for those who bring their own housing with them during family/adult camps.

Electrical hook-ups are available.