Cabins fit approximately 24 campers; residential cabins are set back from the rest of the camp and all residential cabins have showers and washrooms built in. These are shared with other campers in the same cabin. Camper sleep in twin size bunks and must bring their own bedding and linens.

Cabins are assigned by age. Unfortunately we cannot place younger children in the cabins of older children; however if friends or family wish to stay together we try to accommodate this within a few years of each other by placing the older children in the younger cabin. This is done, however, on a case-by-case basis and may not be possible due to capacity constraints or other reasons - there is no guarantee that campers will be able to stay together. Rather, we encourage meeting new friends all the time. In fact, many close friendships develop as a result of the camp experience.