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Shelters 1-3

Surrounded by both trees and open spaces, this location is ideal for pitching a tent. It has a standard open floor plan that is perfect for sleeping and large group activities. Along with the main door entrance there is a large garage door that opens onto a spacious front porch for added activity space and ventilation. These shelters are an excellent shelter for groups that are looking for an outdoor adventure with indoor space in case of inclement weather.

Potential Uses

General Camping

Scout Fees

$90 for a weekend

Capacity

Sleeps 24

Special Features

Standard open floor plan, sleeping on the floor

Restroom Facilities

Nearby latrine

Cooking Facilities

2 Burner Hotplate

Heating

Gas

Distance from Parking

1320 feet

Unload at Building Site

No

What's Nearby?

Walking Trail

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