Camp Wyandot is located on over 100 acres of prime nature. Expect hilly terrain and rustic facilities! Be prepared to walk to the cabin and carry whatever you bring with you to camp. Our facilities are considered rustic, which is a step above primitive and below modern. Although a few cabins have electricity and plumbing, camper cabins do not. Bathroom and shower facilities are within walking distance of all cabins.
Camp is located in a valley running North to South divided by Lake Atagahi. On the West side of the lake is Cabin Row and our health center. On the East side are our Advanced Units and the Dining Hall.
Cabin Row is made up of 12 rustic cabins along the banks of Lake Atagahi and on the hill above it. Cabins are open-windowed with screens and have 8 beds. There is a small back room for luggage and changing. Campers have nearby access to our recently renovated Egypt Showerhouse. Our Health Center is also on Cabin Row, along with access to our pool, lake and the Staff Lodge.
Shawnee and Sioux Units are our cabin-tents, or “Tebins.” Sturdy roofs and floors keep you protected from the elements, with tent flaps in place of screens and doors. These cabins do not have electricity or plumbing, but share a community shelter with electricity and there are 2 showerhouses nearby. Kiowa is our treehouse unit, made up of 4 small treehouses and a shelter with no electricity.
Our Dining Hall is a beautifully spacious log cabin with a modern kitchen, maintaining all state and local codes. It is the beloved hub of summer camp. The Dining Hall also houses the open and airy Craft Room. All meals are prepared and served in the Dining Hall aside from lunch hikes and cookouts. It also serves as a shelter for rainy day activities and various evening programming.