3 Camping Areas
Living as a Unit
Our 9 cabins and 8 tents make up 10 "units" spread across 3 areas of camp! Campers love finding out what unit they will be in year after year as many units have special traditions that girls look forward to participating in.
We live in our units as camp families where we work and play together! Every cabin and tent has to be cleaned each morning after breakfast and they are inspected every day by the nurse. Those with the highest scores are rewarded daily and at the end of the session!
Units rotate through their daily schedule together, spend Rest House relaxing together, and rewind at the end of the day together during Our Time. Some of the best camp friendships are made with your cabin and tent-mates!
While Units do spend a lot of time together, there are just as many opportunities throughout each day and session to meet other campers - like during meals, swim class, evening programs, choice activities, free periods, and more.
Girls are placed in units in age order and reviewed for compatibility and mix of new and returning campers. While we allow bunk requests for first-time campers, and we do our best to honor those, we strongly encourage new campers to arrive ready to make new friends!
Please see the Ma-He-Tu Manual for more information about bunk requests.
Cabins and Tents
Our youngest campers live in our three double-sided lower camp cabins. These cabins house 6 campers on each side with 3 counselors in a middle cabin. The cabins have cubbies, ceiling fans, and electricity. All of lower camp shares a large shower cabin with changing rooms, bathroom cabin, tether ball court, and plenty of picnic tables throughout.
Units in Upper Camp are made up of two standalone cabins. Each cabin houses 6 campers and 1 counselor. The cabins have ceiling fans and electricity. All of the cabins share a large bathroom and shower facility.
Our 8 platform tents make up 4 units of our oldest campers. Tents house 5 campers and 1 counselor. Tents do NOT have electricity, but do have the most airflow! Though tents can be intimidating at first, campers quickly fall in love with the openness that tents provide and the peacefulness of falling asleep under the stars. Tenters share a bathroom and shower building.