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Wolverine Cabin (#5)

One of six identical sleeping cabins, this cozy facility is fifth down the trail from the Trading Post. Surrounded by trees with a fire pit nearby, Wolverine sleeps 14 in bunk beds, making it the perfect space for any small group outing. Use the kitchen-sized table with chairs for playing games or setting up snacks in the evening.

Potential Uses

General camping, Pack Family Camp, Retreats

Scout Fees

$75 for a weekend

Capacity

Sleeps 14

Special Features

Bunk Beds, table with chairs

Restroom Facilities

outdoor latrine

Cooking Facilities

N/A

Heating

Gas

Distance from Parking

900 Feet

Unload at Building Site

No

What's Nearby?

Conference Center (Gordon Hall/Fox Den), Yurt, Gaga Ball Pit, Numbered Sleeping Cabins

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